Stephen Crane


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Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) She Struck Her Husband Down Joining the terrific commentary (voicing over historical footage) by tour guide John Abbott at a New Orleans occult museum, we get a look at top-billed Nina Foch in a painting, then we meet the janitor and the proprietor (Ivan Triesault, Fritz Leiber), then visit the real Nina, a gypsy princess, attended by Blanche Yurka, early in Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.
Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It Is Your Destiny We haven't seen top-billed Nina Foch for 20-plus minutes in this 63-minute feature but now she's back, as New Orleans metro-area Gypsy princess and pretty-sure werewolf Celeste, visited by janitor Jan (Ivan Triesault) whom the cops have all-but nailed for her last murder, leaving her little choice, with counsel from Blanche Yurka, in Columbia's Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.
Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Fresh Fire On The Grate Due to voodoo messages suggesting he might be on the verge of a discovery, Dr. Morris (Fritz Leiber) has entered a secret chamber at his New Orleans occult museum, leaving tour guide Peter (John Abbott) with the cat, while his assistant (Osa Massen) collects his son (Stephen Crane), whom he summoned home from a research trip, from the airport, in director Henry Levin's Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.
Face Of Fire (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Stephen Crane's Classic Tales An opening reference to the underlying Stephen Crane stories, as we meet James Whitmore as “Monk,” Miko Oscard as Jimmie, son of his employers, and the parents, Cameron Mitchell and Bettye Ackerman, in Face Of Fire, 1959, filmed in Sweden, released by Allied Artists.
Face Of Fire (1959) -- (Movie Clip) He Don't Know A Pig From A Horse Dr. Trescott (Cameron Mitchell), brings trusted employee Monk (James Whitmore), speaking here for the first time since he was horribly disfigured while rescuing his son from a fire, to stay with puzzled neighbors (Richard Erdman, Lois Maxwell), in Face Of Fire, 1959.
Face Of Fire (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Come On, Pollywog! A fire alarm raised in an American small town ca. 1906, handyman Monk (James Whitmore) trying to rescue the kid he calls “Pollywog” (Miko Oscard), son of his employers, the father, doctor-scientist Trescott (Cameron Mitchell) restrained outside, in Face Of Fire, 1959.
Cry Of The Werewolf (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Customs Of My People The undertaker (Milton Parsons) was about to introduce gypsy elder Bianca (Blanche Yurka) and princess Celeste (Nina Foch) to Bob (Stephen Crane), secretly investigating the murder-by-werewolf of his father, spooky stalking in Columbia's Cry Of The Werewolf, 1944.