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The Curse of the Wraydons


Bruce Seton, Tod Slaughter, Henry Caine, Pearl Cameron View All


George Owen (Screenplay), Victor M. Gover (Director) View All

Release: Dec. 16th, 1946
Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes
Tod Slaughter goes about the countryside strangling everybody. His evil scheme is to destroy the family who wronged him. He secret lab is complete with a torture chamber, featured in the films climax. Probably the most maniacal portrayal Tod ever gave.
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