Stars: Lon Chaney Jr., Max
Stars: Lon Chaney Jr., Max Showalter, Marian Carr
Director: Jack Pollexfen
Scientific experiments accidentally revive an executed criminal and make him impervious to harm, prompting him to seek revenge on his former partners.
They should do a remake update of this great classic movies ☺️ and the cast was excellent ???
Captain. Bingington from Mcales Navy moonlighting as a evil scientist! Love the film!
I saw this when I was six. Some aspects were too "adult" for me, but I recall enjoying Lon Chaney Jr. In this, his characters demeanor was my version of criminal evil for some time after that. It also spurred me to become a policeman. That dream didn't last, but my enjoyment of this movie did. After more than fifty years, I still enjoy watching, at the very least, a small part of my childhood that did actually spur me to become one of "the good guys."
19:30 She; "For the past months, all I've ever called yo is Lt Chasen. Do you have a first name?"
He; "Mmm hmm.... DIck"
She; Give me 10 minutes for a quick change, because you jst made yourself a deal, Lt....I mean, Dick"
Gotta give it to girlfriend, knows what she wants, no BS. Don't make too many like that nowadays...
As a kid I watched Superman. I thought it was strange when the crook emptied his revolver into Superman’s chest then Superman jumped out of the way when he threw the gun at him.
In 1956, Lon Chaney, Jr.
In 1956, Lon Chaney, Jr. starred as "Butcher Benton", condemned killer...
...who, after his execution, is accidentally revived by two scientists.
Now almost indestructible, he seeks revenge against those who double-crossed him.
But his crooked lawyer, Paul Lowe, gets himself arrested to ensure police protection.
In the final version of the film, Lowe escapes Benton's wrath.
But production stills exist of a scene that was filmed but not used...
...in which Benton launches a deadly assault on the police station, "Terminator"-style.
This scene would've made a fairly good low-budget thriller even better...
...and fans of the film can only wonder what might have been.
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I saw this for the first time on FB just a while ago. Someone posted it from your channel.
According to horror historian Tom Weaver who he interviewed the director and asked about the scene, he said it was deleted because the producer noticed the leading lady had changed from high heels to more comfy shoes. Lame
You'd think losing my job
You'd think losing my job would allow me to upload more frequently. You'd be wrong.
The world premiere!
This is from the second year of Comedy Central. In its prime. Listen for the husky, bloated voice of Penn Jillette talking loudly over the credits!
Aired August 15, 1992 at 7:00 pm.
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FYI, I'm always on the look-out for taped episodes with their commercials intact. Preferably March 1991 and earlier or July 93-October 93. I'll even pay for the things. Interested? Drop me a line! My email address is in my profile.
Oh also do you have any more BBI vault tapes?
Indestructible Man is one of my favorites! Thanks for the excellent uploads!
You’re on a roll! I love every post you upload.
Is there something wrong with the audio? Doesn't sound too good.