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Lamont Cranston (Character)
from The Shadow (1994)

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Overview

Biography:
Lamont Cranston is an identity used by the popular 1930s pulp character... See more »
Alternate Names:
Lamont Granston

Filmography

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Feature:
  1. The Shadow (1994) Played by Alec Baldwin

  2. The Invisible Avenger (1958) Played by Richard Derr
    ... aka "Bourbon Street Shadows" - USA (reissue title)

  3. The Missing Lady (1946) Played by Kane Richmond
  4. Behind the Mask (1946) Played by Kane Richmond
  5. The Shadow Returns (1946) Played by Kane Richmond
  6. The Shadow (1940) Played by Victor Jory

  7. International Crime (1938) Played by Rod La Rocque
  8. The Shadow Strikes (1937) Played by Rod La Rocque (as Lamont Granston)
TV:
  1. The Shadow (1954) (TV) Played by Tom Helmore
    ... aka "The Case of the Cotton Kimona" - USA (DVD title)

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Quotes:
From The Shadow (1994)
Margo Lane: We need each other.
Lamont Cranston: No we don't.
Margo Lane: We have a connection.
Lamont Cranston: No we don't.
Margo Lane: Then how can you explain that I can read your thoughts?
Lamont Cranston: My thoughts are hard to miss.
Margo Lane: And why is that?
Lamont Cranston: Psychically, I'm very well endowed.
Margo Lane: I'll bet you are.
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