Arnaud D'usseau



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Lady Scarface (1941) -- (Movie Clip) His Yappin' Days Are Over Businesslike opening, Huntley Gordon as a banker likely up to no good on the phone when the cleaning lady (Judith Anderson, title character) and her gang (Arthur Shields, Harry Burns, Horace MacMahon, Marc Lawrence) turn the tables, in the RKO programmer Lady Scarface, 1941.
Lady Scarface (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Kennels Ain't Fit For A Dog! Eric Blore is a dog fancier, unaware he's answering the coded want ad for a gang meet-up, as the hotel dick (Andrew Tombes) greets cop Mason (Dennis O'Keefe), who tangles with reporter Ann (Frances Neal), while the mastermind (Judith Anderson) spots the message, in Lady Scarface, 1941.
Horror Express (1972) -- (Movie Clip) True And Faithful Account Framing for what seems like a Hammer film but isn't, Christopher Lee narrating as "Professor Caxton," soon in "Peking" meeting companions-to-be Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing) and Miss Jones (Alice Reinheart), in Horror Express, 1972.
Horror Express (1972) -- (Movie Clip) No Place For The Cross A thief has just been killed at a "Peking" rail station by what seems like a creature, in a crate belonging to Professor Saxton (Christopher Lee), cop Mirov (Julio Pena) and freaky Father Pujardov (Alberto de Mendoza) expressing their thoughts, early in Horror Express, 1972.
Horror Express (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Baggage Man On the train across Siberia, actor Victor Israel (known only as the "baggage man") gets no dialogue as he attempts to peek at the mysterious item hidden in the British professor's crate, in Horror Express, 1972, starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Horror Express (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Are You All Right? Passenger Natasha (Helga Line) taking a break from flirting with Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing) to do some thieving in the baggage car, he investigates, Inspector Mirov (Julio Pena) rescuing, Professor Paxton (Christopher Lee), proprietor of "The Beast," arriving later, in Horror Express, 1972.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Long-Haired Git! A perplexed "motorist" (Roy Evans) crosses "The Seven Witches" just as Tom (Nickey Henson) pops out of his biker grave, then rides on to do further damage in Psychomania, 1973.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Only Die Once The "Living Dead" gang, featuring Abby (Mary Larkin) and new leader Jane (Ann Michelle) discovers their departed leader Tom (Nicky Henson) has departed his grave, in Psychomania, 1973.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Mother Biker Tom (Nicky Henson) has been granted access to "the locked room" which holds "the secret" to his mother's frog-cult life-after-death business, in Psychomania, 1973.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Look, No Hands! Now un-dead biker Tom (Nicky Henson) visits live girlfriend Abby (Mary Larkin, in her jammies!) while also-dead Jane (Ann Michelle) helps with a prank, in Psychomania, 1973.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Little Green Friend Introductory frog worship as "Mother" (Beryl Reid) and aide Shadwell (George Sanders) are worried about the antics of Tom (Nicky Henson) and his biker gang in Psychomania, 1973.
Psychomania (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Hey Constable! Already dead Tom (Nicky Henson) and Jane (Ann Michelle) stand by encouraging other members of their gang (Miles Greenwood, Denis Gilmore) to join them via suicide, in Psychomania, 1973.


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