SUTS DAY 4-FAY WRAY

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Another SUTS newbie 16 films including two TCM premieres: 1928’s The Wedding March and 1929’s Thunderbolt.  Here are a few of my picks:

 

Doctor X (1932)

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One of the last films made in the two-Technicolor process.  Fay is a young woman who is trying to prove that her mad scientist father is not responsible for a series of gruesome murders.  A horror with comedy in it.


The Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933)

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The very last film made in the two-Technicolor process.  A sculptor (Lionel Atwill) who runs a wax museum is badly burned in a fire.  He rebuilds his museum and suddenly people and corpses are disappearing.  Who is responsible?


The Wedding March (1928)

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A prince (Erich von Stroheim, who also directed) loves an innkeeper’s daughter (Wray).


King Kong (1933)

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Fay Wray screams her way into history.


The Most Dangerous Game (1932)

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This girl cannot catch a break!

Wray portrays a character exclusively created for the movie adaptation of the short story by Richard Cornell.

 

 

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