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Midnight Menace (1946)

All black cast horror short about a strange voodoo man who can kill women and then move their bodies wherever he wants. This time out his just wants to torment Lollypop Jones with a body that keeps showing up no matter where he goes.

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Josh Binney

Writer:

Hal Seeger
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Cast

Cast overview:
Lollypop Jones Lollypop Jones ... (as Lollypop)
Robert Walker
James Dunmore James Dunmore
George Wiltshire George Wiltshire
Sybil Lewis Sybil Lewis ... (as Sybyl Lewis)
Harold Coke Harold Coke
Amos Austin Amos Austin
Alma Jones Alma Jones
Leon James Poke Leon James Poke ... (as Leon Poke)
James 'Chuckles' Walker James 'Chuckles' Walker ... (as James Walker)
Black Diamond Dollies Black Diamond Dollies ... Themselves
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All black cast horror short about a strange voodoo man who can kill women and then move their bodies wherever he wants. This time out his just wants to torment Lollypop Jones with a body that keeps showing up no matter where he goes.

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Spilling with Chills! Loaded with Laughs! Voodoo that is Hoodoo! Murder that Mystifies!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono
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Honeysuckle Rose
Performed by Lollypop Jones
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Two Race Horror shorts
29 February 2008 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Midnight Menace (1946)

* (out of 4)

Forgotten, all black cast horror short about a strange voodoo man who can kill women and then move their bodies wherever he wants. This time out his just wants to torment Lollypop Jones with a body that keeps showing up no matter where he goes. This ultra low-budget film really doesn't have anything going for it other than just being a curiosity. The comedy is really bad and the mystery isn't any better.

That's the Spirit (1933)

** (out of 4)

F.E. Miller and Mantan Moreland short has the two getting a job in a haunted pawn shop. There are are few laughs scattered throughout this thing, although I'm sure a lot of people will find the rather politically incorrect humor disturbing. The special effects are also quite nice for the period.


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