Invisible Ghost 1941 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

Invisible Ghost 1941 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer
Taglines: THE PHANTOM KILLER STRIKES! Only a terrified woman knows the secret of this
ghostly murderer…who strikes in the night and leaves no clues—but his victims!
Out of the darkness comes the ear-piercing cry of a terrified girl…

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IMDb Rating: 5.3 out of 10

The town’s leading citizen becomes a homicidal maniac after his wife deserts him. —S. Campello

Rating Rotten Tomatoes: Tomatometer: NR
Audience Score: 29%

Dr. Charles Kessler (Bela Lugosi), a well-to-do physician who shares his mansion with his daughter, Virginia (Polly Ann Young), has been depressed ever since his wife (Betty Compson) left him for another man, only to later die in a car accident. That’s not all Kessler has to worry about, however. Unexplained murders have begun to occur around town, eventually claiming members of his house staff. Making matters worse, the authorities suspect Kessler may somehow be involved.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
Mr. Kessler (Bela Lugosi) comes downstairs and greets the butler Evans (Clarence Muse). Looking at a portrait of his wife (Betty Compson) on the wall, he is informed that dinner is served. Kessler speaks to an empty chair at one end of the table (as addressing his wife) and sits at the opposite end of the table. Evans comes to serve soup to him but is told to always serve Mrs. Kessler first. He apologizes and goes to the empty chair, pretending to serve. Then looking for approval from Kessler, he returns and serves him soup. As he leaves the room he is approached by Kessler’s daughter Virginia (Polly Ann Young) who asks how he is taking it. She is told he is taking it well when the door buzzer sounds. Virginia announces she will answer it. Ralph (John McGuire) enters and she tells him he was told not to come. She takes him into the library to explain, but he notices Kessler speaking to an empty chair and observes. She joins him and they go into the library where she tells him that this happens once a year. Looking up, Ralph sees the maid Cecile (Terry Walker) standing with a coat. His expression reveals recognition of Cecile. She gives the coat to Virginia, who leaves with Ralph. Cecile enters the kitchen and begins asking Evans about Ralph and Virginia. She is told to mind her business. She asks about the unsolved murders and Evans tells the gardener Jules (Ernie Adams) he opened his mouth too much. Evans takes Cecile out of the room and Jules takes something from the refrigerator and places it in a bag. Going to the gardening shed, he enters and lights a lamp. He raises a trap door and descends to a room below where Mrs. Kessler has been staying. Urging her to eat her supper, she rises and recalls a car accident, saying she cant go home. He tells her he must go home and leaves.

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Plot: Spoilers?
The home of Charles Kessler (Bela Lugosi) is beset by a series of unsolved murders. Kessler, who lives with his daughter and servants since his wife left him, is shown to be the murderer, unbeknownst to himself. His wife (Betty Compson), who became brain-damaged in a car accident not long after leaving him, has been visiting the grounds of the house and the sight of her through his window puts Kessler into a trance-like state which makes him homicidal. Ralph Dickson, the fiancée of Kessler’s daughter, is convicted and executed for one of the murders. His twin brother Paul arrives and, through a series of events, including Kessler’s wife finally entering the house and being seen by others, Kessler is seen to go into the trance and the mystery is revealed.

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