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The Devil-Doll (1936) - Trailer

The Devil-Doll (1936) - Trailer
Year: 1936
Genres: Horror, Drama, Sci-Fi
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M53S
Cast: Frank Reicher, Egon Brecher, Sherry Hall, Eily Malyon, Rafaela Ottiano, Lucy Beaumont, Rollo Lloyd, Henry B. Walthall, Robert Greig, Grace Ford, Pedro de Cordoba, E. Alyn Warren, King Baggot, Jean Alden, Claire Du Brey, Robert Du Couedic, Juanita Quigley, Paul Foltz, Lionel Barrymore, Christian J. Frank, Edward Keane, Mahlon Hamilton, Nick Thompson, Sydney Jarvis, Billy Gilbert, Gus Leonard, Frank Lawton, Wilfred Lucas, Robert Graves, Evelyn Selbie
Director(s): Tod Browning

Trailer: The Devil-Doll (1936)

Paul Lavond was a respected banker in Paris when he was framed for robbery and murder by crooked associates and sent to prison. Years later, he escapes with a friend, a scientist who was working on a method to reduce humans to a height of mere inches (all for the good of humanity, of course). Lavond however is consumed with hatred for the men who betrayed him, and takes the scientist"s methods back to Paris to exact painful revenge.

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The Devil-Doll Trailer - Directed by Tod Browning and starring Lionel Barrymore, Frank Lawton, Robert Greig, Henry B. Walthall, Pedro de Cordoba. An escaped Devil's Island convict uses miniaturized humans to wreak vengeance on those that framed him.

MGM - 1936 via Movieclips Classic Trailers

Synopsis:

Paul Lavond was a respected banker in Paris when he was framed for robbery and murder by crooked associates and sent to prison. Years later, he escapes with a friend, a scientist who was working on a method to reduce humans to a height of mere inches (all for the good of humanity, of course). Lavond however is consumed with hatred for the men who betrayed him, and takes the scientist's methods back to Paris to exact painful revenge.
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