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Fog Island (15-Feb-1945)

Director: Terry Morse

Writer: Pierre Gendron

From a play: Angel Island by Bernadine Angus

Keywords: Mystery

Businessman Leo Grainger is suspected by many of having swindled them out of their investments, when in reality the money was lost by bad investment. Grainger knows he will be never rid of this albatross. He invites all those who had a stake in the business to settle accounts at his mansion on Fog Island, hoping that perhaps their collective greed will lure his guests into a physical trap he has rigged.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Atwill
Actor
1-Mar-1885 22-Apr-1946 The Ghost of Frankenstein
Veda Ann Borg
Actor
11-Jan-1915 16-Aug-1973 The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Ian Keith
Actor
27-Feb-1899 26-Mar-1960 It Came from Beneath the Sea
George Zucco
Actor
11-Jan-1886 28-May-1960 Fog Island

CAST

George Zucco   ...   Leo Grainger
Lionel Atwill   ...   Alec Ritchfield
Jerome Cowan   ...   John Kavanaugh
Sharon Douglas   ...   Gail (stepdaughter)
Veda Ann Borg   ...   Sylvia Jordan
John Whitney   ...   Jeff Kingsley (investor's son)
Jacqueline DeWit   ...   Emiline Bronson
Ian Keith   ...   Dr. Lake (accountant, cellmate)
George Lloyd   ...   Allerton (butler)

REVIEWS

Review by Steven DiGaetano (posted on 9-Jul-2007)

No matter what movie that Lionel Atwill is in, they maybe cornie with todays standards, but I find them very enjoyable and have also every movies made by my "crazy four", Lionel Atwill, George Zucco, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.


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