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Natalie Moorhead | The King Murder (1932)

Natalie Moorhead | The King Murder (1932)

Lugosi and Arlene Francis in Robert Florey's Murders In The Rue Morgue. Supposedly this film was the bone the studio threw to director Florey after losing out on Frankenstein to James Whale. Young and inexperienced Arlene Francis didn't do all that much more film work (any wonder why after this kind of experience?), but certainly became a familiar face to television viewers as a long running panelist on What's My Line.

Lugosi and Arlene Francis in Robert Florey's Murders In The Rue Morgue. Supposedly this film was the bone the studio threw to director Florey after losing out on Frankenstein to James Whale. Young and inexperienced Arlene Francis didn't do all that much more film work (any wonder why after this kind of experience?), but certainly became a familiar face to television viewers as a long running panelist on What's My Line.

Natalie Moorhead | The King Murder (1932)

Natalie Moorhead | The King Murder (1932)

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