Two-timer Tableaux in Wax!
We have a number of old stand-bys in our Monday night movie, Wax Museum, and all manage beautifully to create the spooky atmosphere of Dr. Cream's Museum of more than wax!
Backstage Cop (shoots Gravelle) in Charlie Chan at the Opera
New York Policeman in Charlie Chan at the Olympics
Line-up Officer in Charlie Chan in Reno
Bailiff in Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
Fingerprint Expert in Murder Over New York
Soldier in Charlie Chan in Panama
Edwards in Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
GORDON, C. Henry
John Ross in Charlie Chan Carries On
Van Horn in The Black Camel
Arthur Hughes in Charlie Chan at the Olympics
Prefect of Paris J. Romaine in City in Darkness
Dr. Cream in Charlie Chan in the Wax Museum
Thomas Mitchell in Charlie Chan on Broadway
Johnnie McCoy in Charlie Chan in Honolulu
Steve McBirney in Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
Lily Latimer in Charlie Chan in the Wax Museum
June Preston in Murder Over New York
Agnes, the Dresser, in Charlie Chan at the Opera
Mrs. Joe Rocke in Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
Smitty, Wire-photo technician in Charlie Chan at the Opera
Ship's Officer in Charlie Chan at the Olympics
Hotel Manager in Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise
Prosecuting Attorney in Charlie Chan in the Wax Museum
Mr. Hamilton in The Scarlet Clue
Henri Castanara in Docks of New Orleans
Doctor in The Sky Dragon
Willie Fern in Charlie Chan in the Wax Museum
Rausch in The Scarlet Clue*
*I recognize the actor who plays Willie Fern in Wax Museum when he's played in other movies like The Runt in the early years of Boston Blackie; but he just doesn't look the same as the guy playing Rausch in The Scarlet Clue.
I'd appreciate anyone who can correctly identify whether the other actor IS some other actor to post the comment here.
I'd like to recommend a Boris Karloff movie today for your Halloween pleasure. It's one that I hadn't been able to get my hands on until relatively recently . . . The Devil Commands.
Karloff plays a scientist who is researching an early device similar to what a lie dectector does today.
The Devil Commands starts off like You'll Find Out in every day life but soon gets down to spook business!
definitely one of Boris Karloff's best, at least in my humble opinion!