Chandu the Magician (Blu-ray)
Directed by William Cameron
Magic, mirth and mystery highlight this tale starring horror legend Bela Lugosi (Dracula, White Zombie) as an evil lunatic set on destroying mankind with a gigantic death-dealing device. Mankind's only hope is Frank Chandler, a.k.a. Chandu The Magician (Edmund Lowe, Dinner at Eight), who calls upon mystical abilities to fight the megalomaniacal fiend. Adapted from the popular broadcast serial, this creepy classic conjures action and excitement at every turn. Co-starring Irene Ware (The Raven) - Directed by William Cameron Menzies (The Maze, Thing to Come) and Marcel Varnel (Convict 99).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Bela Lugosi Biographer Gregory William Mank, Masters of Magic: The World of Chandu Featurette, Restoration Comparison, Trailers
"I'd venture to say that this is one of Lugosi's best roles, and he throws himself into it with maniacal glee."
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