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The Undying Monster (1942) was a Drama - Horror Film directed by John Brahm and produced by William Goetz and Bryan Foy.

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The Undying Monster (1942)

on Oct 2, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film

Director John Brahms was best known for his sumptuously decorated murder mysteries, 1944’s The Lodger and 1945’s Hangover Square. Before he was getting A-list talent to go alongside his beautifully decorated costume dramas he crafted this mystery, itself a bizarre amalgamation of the dyi... Read full article


The Undying Monster ( 1942 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Oct 27, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

“ When stars are bright on a frosty night, Beware thy bane on a rocky lane ” Coastal England at the turn of the century…. High atop a cliff stands the Hammond estate, the ancestral home of the Hammond family. Legend has it that the family is cursed to falling prey to a flesh-eating... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE UNDYING MONSTER (1942)

By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 29, 2014 From Virtual Virago

At first glance, The Undying Monster (1942) looks like yet another routine programmer of its era, one of many low-budget B horrors churned out by various studios in the wake of the Universal monsters’ success. It clocks in at just over an hour, with a cast that most viewers are unlikely to kno... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE UNDYING MONSTER (1942)

By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 29, 2014 From Virtual Virago

At first glance, The Undying Monster (1942) looks like yet another routine programmer of its era, one of many low-budget B horrors churned out by various studios in the wake of the Universal monsters’ success. It clocks in at just over an hour, with a cast that most viewers are unlikely to kno... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE UNDYING MONSTER (1942)

By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 29, 2014 From Virtual Virago

At first glance, The Undying Monster (1942) looks like yet another routine programmer of its era, one of many low-budget B horrors churned out by various studios in the wake of the Universal monsters’ success. It clocks in at just over an hour, with a cast that most viewers are unlikely to kno... Read full article


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Walton, the butler: There are some things that are beyond the understanding of us that live on this Earth!


[last lines]
Robert Curtis: Don't worry, Christy; wolves will never bother you.


Mrs. Walton, the housekeeper: [hearing a howl] Sounds like a lost soul!


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Film debut of American tough guy Charles McGraw who ironically plays a British horse groom here.
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