The angels step in when an act of heroism brings a man fleeting fame and he struggles to remain true to himself. watch
Intoxicated Johnny (Jerome Eden) is separated from fellow Yankees (Yvonne Gilbert and Michael Korb) then loses a horse race staged by Rufe (Gary Bakeman) and Lester (Ben Moore) in Two Thousand Maniacs, 1964.
The writer-producer (David F. Friedman) as the carnival talker, teasing his main attraction, into a flashback introducing heroine Jade (Claire Brennen) and crude employer Greasy (Claude Smith), in She Freak, 1967.
Rufe (Gary Bakeman) in the tree and Lester (Ben Moore) at the crossroads are luring unsuspecting Yankees into town in the opening of Herschell Gordon Lewis' Two Thousand Maniacs, 1964.
Mayor Buckman (Jeffrey Allen) leads the citizens of Pleasant Valley greeting four waylaid Yankees for a centennial about which he won't get too specific in Herschell Gordon Lewis' Two Thousand Maniacs, 1964.
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From director Tod Browning comes this delirious tale of jealousy and murder starring John Gilbert, Renée Adorée and Lionel Barrymore. Welcome to the Palace of Illusions, a carnival show whose main attraction is a lurid performance of the Dance of the Seven Veils featuring Salome (Adorée) and Cock Robin (Gilbert), the philandering cad she adores. So when a jealous hoodlum (Barrymore) switches swords in a failed attempt to behead Robin, he hides out in Salome's room while his rival plots in the attic above to finish what he started. Hailed as the Edgar Allan Poe of cinema, Browning made his reputation through a masterful series of bizarre melodramas - dark, twisted movies that continue to shock and amaze. Thought lost for nearly 50 years, The Show is one of Browning's most unsettling films, made all the more powerful by his use of angles and light to create a stylish masterwork seething with mood and suspense.
John Gilbert stars in Tod Browning's lurid tale about a carnival barker whose ex-girlfriend's jealous lover (Lionel Barrymore) intends to behead him during the Dance of the Seven Veils.
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