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Spooks Run Wild 1941 Bela Lugosi East Side Kids DVD, MP4, USB Drive

Spooks Run Wild 1941 Bela Lugosi East Side Kids DVD, MP4, USB Drive
Spooks Run Wild 1941 Bela Lugosi East Side Kids DVD, MP4, USB Drive
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The Boys Are Sent To A Mountain Camp Where Bela Lugosi's Up To No Good With A "Monster Killer" Roaming the Countryside! *Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Black/White, 1941, 1 Hour 5 Minutes.) #GhostsOnTheLoose #BelaLugosi #TheBoweryBoysRevisited #BoweryBoysRevisited #LeoGorcey #SlipMahoney #MuggsMcGinnis #HuntzHall #Sach #Satch #HoraceDebussyJones #BoweryBoys #DeadEndKids #EastSideKids #EastSideComedy #LittleToughGuys #Radio #OldTimeRadio #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Hollywood #ClassicalHollywoodCinema #ClassicalHollywoodNarrative #ClassicHollywoodCinema #GoldenAgeOfHollywood #OldHollywood #SilverScreen #MonogramPictures #MonogramPicturesCorporation #AlliedArtistsPicturesCorporation #PovertyRow #PeopleExcludedFromTheCoverOfSgtPepper #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Director:
Phil Rosen

Writer:
Carl Foreman, Charles R. Marion, Jack Henley

Cast:

Bela Lugosi ... Nardo
Leo Gorcey ... Muggs
Bobby Jordan ... Danny
Huntz Hall ... Glimpy
Ernest Morrison ... Scruno (as Sunshine Sammy Morrison)
Dave O'Brien ... Jeff Dixon (as David O'Brien)
Dorothy Short ... Linda Mason
David Gorcey ... Peewee
Donald Haines ... Skinny
Dennis Moore ... Dr. Von Grosch
P.J. Kelly ... Lem Harvey (as P.J. Kelley)
Angelo Rossitto ... Luigi
Guy Wilkerson ... Constable Jim


Spooks Run Wild is a 1941 American horror comedy film and the seventh film in the East Side Kids series, starring Bela Lugosi, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, and Bobby Jordan. Released in 1941, it was directed by Phil Rosen, in his first and only outing in the series, and produced by Sam Katzman (under the company name Banner Pictures). It is based on an original script by Carl Foreman and Charles R. Marion. Since the series inception in 1940, the East Side Kids films had been, for the most part, a well balanced mix between comedy, drama, and social relevance. Following Huntz Hall's introduction into the series with 1941's Bowery Blitzkrieg, which made famous the Gorcey/Hall banter, producer Sam Katzman decided that the seventh film in the series would not only be a change of pace, but, would also be one of the biggest East Side Kids extravaganzas yet. With that in mind, Katzman enlisted the screen writing team of Carl Foreman and Charles R. Marion to pen the screenplay, which would feature Monogram's two most popular draws for the first time together on screen: Bela Lugosi and the East Side Kids. Foreman was paid 25 USD for his original story an 200 USD for the script. The film was originally known as Trail of the Vampire then Ghosts in the Night.|In April 1941 Monogram announced that Lugosi would make two starring vehicles for the studio, The Night of Horror and Kiss of Death and would also appear with the East Side Kids in Ghosts in the Night. At the last minute, with Bowery Blitzkrieg director Wallace Fox already attached to Columbia's The Lone Star Vigilantes, Katzman hired Russian-born director Phil Rosen, who had just finished filming Monogram's "The Deadly Game" to helm the production. Angelo Rossitto was based on the strength of his performance in Hellzapoppin'. Ghosts in the Night began filming in early August 1941, around the same time as Bowery Blitzkrieg was making its way into theatres. By the time filming wrapped only a week and half later, the film's working title was changed to Spooks Run Wild and hit theaters on October 24, 1941, just in time for Halloween. East Side Kid Donald Haines' last film. Haines enlisted as an aviation cadet for the United States Army Air Forces during this period and was later killed in action in 1943.