The Ape Man1943
Released on March 05 of 1943 in the USA, "The Ape Man" (also known as "Uomo scimmia, L'") is a Horror/Science Fiction film directed by William Beaudine, and written by Barney A. Sarecky (screenplay) . Bela Lugosi is starring, alongside Louise Currie, Wallace Ford, Henry Hall, Minerva Urecal and Emil Van Horn.
No one is safe from the cruel desires of this inhuman fiend!
Who directed "The Ape Man":
The Ape Man was directed by William Beaudine, an American director, writer, producer, and actor.
Before making The Ape Man, William Beaudine had directed The Living Ghost, released in 1942, One Thrilling Night (1942), Men of San Quentin (1942), The Panther's Claw (1942), The Miracle Kid (1941), and Desperate Cargo (1941). Since, he directed Clancy Street Boys, released in 1943, Ghosts on the Loose (1943), Voodoo Man (1944), Follow the Leader (1944), Oh, What a Night (1944), and Bowery Champs (1944).
What was the release date of "The Ape Man":
The Ape Man was initially released on Friday, March 05, 1943, in the United States. Another film released on Friday, March 05, 1943 is Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (dir. Roy William Neill). This was seventy-six (76) years ago.
Who is at the casting of "The Ape Man":
At the casting of The Ape Man we find Bela Lugosi, previously seen in Bowery at Midnight (1942) and Night Monster (1942); Louise Currie (The Bashful Bachelor (1942), Look Who's Laughing (1941)); Wallace Ford (The Mummy's Tomb (1942), Inside the Law (1942)) [ more... ]
- Ralph Littlefield and Bela Lugosi, Louise Currie, Henry Hall have all also be seen in Voodoo Man, released in 1944.
- Bela Lugosi, Minerva Urecal, Wheeler Oakman and Jack Mulhall can be seen in Ghosts on the Loose, released in 1943.
- Bela Lugosi, Wheeler Oakman and Ralph Littlefield also worked together in Bowery at Midnight, released in 1942.
- Jack Mulhall and Wheeler Oakman also appeared in Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars, released in 1938.
What is the Storyline of "The Ape Man":
Dr. James Brewster (Bela Lugosi) and his colleague Dr. Randall (Henry Hall) are involved in a series of scientific experiments which have caused him to transform into an ape-man. In an attempt to obtain a cure Brewster believes that it will be necessary to inject himself with recently drawn human spinal fluid. When Randall refuses to help him by providing the fluid, Brewster and his captive Gorilla must attempt to find an appropriate donor.
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