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Quote:Think of it - how many other roles would Lon have been cast - astronaut? Gormet chef? Semi-pro boxer? Milk delivery man?
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Quote:I only hope that Universal remembers the fact that they cleared the rights to "Strange Confession", though I can well imagine them consulting an old memo about the legal controversy and leaving it out of the Chaney box.
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"Conjure Wife" has been adapted three times before: in 1944 as "Weird Woman," starring Lon Chaney Jr.; in 1962 as "Night of the
Eagle"/"Burn, Witch, Burn!"; and in 1980 as "Witches' Brew," starring Richard Benjamin and Teri Garr.
Nah, they'll never top "Witches Brew" no matter who's in the lead role. Richard B was one of the great dramatic actors of our time, I just
loved him doing Hamlet...
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I didn't know (or don't remember) that the great George Turner wrote an article about the Inner Sanctum series; does anybody here have the computer skills to access and post it?http://www.questia.com/re...the-inner-sanctum-movies
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Dec 19 12 8:54 AM
nightmarekey wrote:Quote:I only hope that Universal remembers the fact that they cleared the rights to "Strange Confession", though I can well imagine them consulting an old memo about the legal controversy and leaving it out of the Chaney box. I hope they remember as well, because Chaney's performance is every bit the equal of Claude Rains' in the earlier film on which it was based... and puts the lie to those who would say Lon Jr. lacked "dimension". Next to his 1941 WOLF MAN, STRANGE CONFESSION is his finest work for Universal.
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