6 Masterworks of Terror...
Mark Of The Vampire (1935, 60 mins.): Are the bloodsuckers back? Bela Lugosi dons the dark cape, and Tod Browning (Dracula) directs with great style.
The Mask Of Fu Manchu (1932, 68 mins.): Beware of the death ray of evil Fu Manchu (Boris Karloff) and don't trust his temptress daughter (Myrna Loy)!
Doctor X (1932, 76 mins.): Science or madness? Lionel Atwill has a method for catching a killer. With scream queen Fay Wray and in rare two-strip Technicolor.
The Return Of Doctor X (1939, 62 mins.): Bogie needs blood! In his most famously atypical role, Humphrey Bogart is a once-dead fiend brought back to life.
Mad Love (1935, 68 mins.): Play murder for me! Surgeon Peter Lorre replaces a famed pianist's hands with the hands of a killer. Directed by Karl Freund (The Mummy).
The Devil-Doll (1936, 78 mins.): Meet the living terrors of Lionel Barrymore's toyshop. Tod Browning (Freaks) directs, Maureen O'Sullivan co-stars.
Doctor X/The Return of Dr. X
Mark of the Vampire/The Mask of Fu Manchu
Mad Love/The Devil Doll