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  1. LiamCasey

    My Top Ten Lionel Atwill Films

    I feel like I'm encroaching on Det. Jim McLeod's territory here, but TCM's airing of two Lionel Atwill movies this week as part of their Michael Curtiz spotlight put me in the mood to determine my ten favorite of his movies in order of preference. Plus it it gave me something to do during commercials while watching Dinosaurus! (1960): Captain Blood (1935) Son of Frankenstein (1939) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) Doctor X (1932) Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942) The Vampire Bat (1933) Mark of the Vampire (1935) Murders in the Zoo (1933) Man-Made Monster (1941)
  2. I've always thought wax figures are really's hard to believe this movie was made in 1933! It's super creepy... Keep an eye out for the next spooky review! It's going to be a really horrific one!

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