|Product Name||Black & Blue Collection (3 films} Bluebeard, Black Dragons, & The Black Raven|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B0002T7YXA|
|Long Description||An incredible collection of classic 1940s films, on one DVD! Bluebeard (1944): John Carradine, in one of his best roles, stars in Edgar G. Ulmer's film, as a 19th Century Parisian artist who strangles his beautiful models after painting their portraits. When his latest vicitm is recognized in one of his artworks, an inspector sets out to trap him. Black Dragons (1942): In the dawn of World War II, an expert plastic surgeon and the world's most dangerous terrorist (Bela Lugosi) flies to Japan to transform six Japanese people into identical likenesses of six Americans, only to discover he is to be incarcerated in order to be silenced as to his role in the plot. The Black Raven (1943): Before Psycho or Identity, this film tells the story of the proprietor of a hotel called The Black Raven, one with a checkered past. One night, when a thunderstorm has flooded out the roads and bridges, a group of weary travelers are forced to stay at the inn. When a murder takes place and $50,000 goes missing, it seems it is anyone's guess whodunnit! Included with this Black and Blue Triple Feature is an episode of the classic 1940 serial Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe, plus backgrounds on all three films, The Radiation March and much more!|
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