In this week's show, Adam is revolted by Orson Welles' attempt at an Irish accent in 'The Lady From Shanghai', but manages to find two worse examples (if such a thing is possible). He tells Lon Chaney (a very unsuitable Dracula indeed) to man up, and directs your attention to a classic collection coming soon to Blu-Ray.Reviews this week are 'Horror Island', 'Night Has A Thousand Eyes', 'The Devil-Doll' and the sublime Val Lewton production, 'The Leopard Man'.Edward G. Robinson stars in this week's radio play, courtesy of the Screen Director's Playhouse.Links:Night Has A Thousand EyesThe Devil-DollThe Leopard ManHorror IslandA Brief Look: The Screen Director's PlayhouseTo donate to the upkeep of the show, click hereCredits Get it from iTunesListen on StitcherDownload (Right Click & Save)TuneIn Radio. . .
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