The Leopard Man

The Leopard Man

DVD - 2016
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Ghost ship: Tom Merriam signs on the ship Altair as third officer under Captain Stone. At first things look good, Stone sees Merriam as a younger version of himself and Merriam sees Stone as the first adult to ever treat him as a friend. But after a couple strange deaths of crew members, Merriam begins to think Stone is a psychopathic madman obsessed with authority. He tries to tell others, but no one believes him, and it only makes Stone angry.
Leopard man: a seemingly tame leopard used for a publicity stunt escapes and kills a young girl, spreading panic throughout a sleepy new Mexico town.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], [2016]
Branch Call Number: LEOPARD MAN
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,rda
1 videodisc (135 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in


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Out of these 2, low-budget, Suspense/Thrillers from 1943 (both filmed in b&w and produced by Val Lewton) - It's, without question, The Leopard Man that's the real stand-out, in my books, here.

If nothing else - (Without having buckets of blood and gore ground into your face) - These 2 tales-of-the-unusual (and their high production values) are both perfect examples of the eerie atmosphere and mounting terror that can be created by a truly gifted and skilled director even when working with a limited budget.

Feature #1 - The Leopard Man (66 minutes) - As castanets wildly clack - An escaped leopard provides the catalyst for a paralysing fear and panic that quickly spreads, like wildfire, throughout a sleepy New Mexico town..... (*Watch movie-trailer*)

Feature #2 - The Ghost Ship (69 minutes) - All aboard! - Veteran actor, Richard Dix plays the sinister Captain Stone whose port of call may very well be "madness".


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