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A young woman in a creepy old house is terrorized by a killer and an ape-like monster.

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Leslie King ...
John Massey
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Mrs. Massey (as Nyrida Mantez)
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Jimmy, the Chauffeur (as Reed Brown)
Ilene Myers ...
Marie, the Maid
John Gray ...
Massey's Butler (as John Grey)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gus Alexander ...
Unconfirmed Unknown (uncredited)
Jimmie Kelo ...
Unconfirmed Unknown (uncredited)
Bud Pollard ...
Narrator-1944 Version (uncredited)
Raja Rabold ...
Unconfirmed Unknown (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bud Pollard

Written by

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Basil Smith ... (story)
 
Basil Smith ... (scenario) and
Bud Pollard ... (scenario)

Produced by

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Bud Pollard ... producer

Music by

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J.L. Merkur
Lee Zahler ... (music score)

Cinematography by

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Dal Clawson

Film Editing by

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Bud Pollard

Art Direction by

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Sam Corso

Set Decoration by

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John Alsteadt

Sound Department

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Verne T. Braman ... sound technician
Lyman T. Wiggins ... sound technician

Music Department

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William David ... musical director
Lee Zahler ... musical director (uncredited)

Other crew

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Joe Bannon ... assistant to producer
Frank Passar ... assistant to producer

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Storyline

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Taglines CHILLS AND THRILLS IN A DRAMA OF MYSTERY AND MADNESS! (original poster-all caps) See more »
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Also Known As
  • John the Drunkard (United States)
  • Jumen (Japan)
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  • 70 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia In 1944, eleven years after its original release, director Bud Pollard drastically re-cut the film, reshaping it from a horror film into a temperance film titled "John the Drunkard." Bud Pollard himself narrates this version to "fill in the gaps," as he puts it. This shortened version survives in the collection of The Library of Congress. See more »

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