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The Lon Chaney collection.

Author: John BromfieldLon Chaney, Jr.Victor JoryW Lee WilderMyles WilderAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : Retromedia Entertainment, Inc., ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Full frame ed
Database:WorldCat
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Man-fish: An eerie tale inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's The tell-tale heart. Treasure seekers, native curses and the hideous haunting sound of a dead man's breathing conspire to drive a killer insane. -- container.

Golden junkman: Greek immigrant who enrolls in college to earn the respect of his grown sons. A touching performance on the long running series Telephone time. -- container.

Lock up: An excellent crime-mystery series starring MacDonald Carey, features Lon as a small-town sheriff determined to capture a killer who has murdered a straying wife. One of Chaney's simple-minded yokel roles at which he often excelled. -- container.

Indestructible man: A violent criminal is executed and brought back to life using electricity. He comes back to life with incredible strength but is mute. He now seeks revenge upon those responsible for his execution.  Read more...

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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Bromfield; Lon Chaney, Jr.; Victor Jory; W Lee Wilder; Myles Wilder; Joel Murcott; Macdonald Carey; John Nesbit; Jack Pollexfen; Sue Bradford; Vy Russell; Max Showalter; Marion Carr; Ross Elliott; Stuart Randall; Gary Graver; Edgar Allan Poe; Retromedia Entertainment.
OCLC Number: 69665059
Notes: "Four rare films"--Container.
Man-fish originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.
Golden Junkman originally produced as an episode of the television program Telephone time in 1956.
Lock up originally produced as a television program in 1960.
Indestructible man originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.
Special features: Remembering Lon with Gary Graver.
Credits: Man-fish: Produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder, story by Myles Wilder, screenplay by Joel Murcott, based on Edgar Allan Poe stories, The tell-tale heart.
Indestructible man: Produced and directed by Jack Pollexfen, written by Sue Bradford, Vy Russell.
Cast: Man-fish: John Bromfield, Lon Cheney, Jr., Victor Jory.
Golden Junkman: Hosted by John Nesbit, starring Lon Cheney, Jr.
Lock up: Macdonald Cary, Lon Cheney, Jr.
Indestructible man: Lon Cheney, Jr., Max Showalter, Marion Carr, Ross Elliott, Stuart Randall.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 2 videodiscs (approximately 4 hr.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Dolby digital, dual disc.
Contents: Man-fish --
Golden junkman --
Lock up --
Indestructible man.
Other Titles: Lock up (Television program)
Telephone time (Television program)

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Man-fish: An eerie tale inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's The tell-tale heart. Treasure seekers, native curses and the hideous haunting sound of a dead man's breathing conspire to drive a killer insane. -- container.

Golden junkman: Greek immigrant who enrolls in college to earn the respect of his grown sons. A touching performance on the long running series Telephone time. -- container.

Lock up: An excellent crime-mystery series starring MacDonald Carey, features Lon as a small-town sheriff determined to capture a killer who has murdered a straying wife. One of Chaney's simple-minded yokel roles at which he often excelled. -- container.

Indestructible man: A violent criminal is executed and brought back to life using electricity. He comes back to life with incredible strength but is mute. He now seeks revenge upon those responsible for his execution.

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