The Bat 1959 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

The Bat 1959 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

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A killer called “the Bat” has claimed many lives in the small town inhabited by novelist Cornelia van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) and her maid, Lizzie (Lenita Lane). As Cornelia implores Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price) to help her ailing maid, $1 million in the town’s bank goes missing. With greed and fear reaching new heights, police Lt. Andy Anderson (Gavin Gordon) goes to Cornelia’s house to investigate additional murders committed by the Bat.

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Murder-mystery writer Cornelia van Gorder [Agnes Moorehead] has leased a large country house called “The Oaks”. After being in the house for only a few days, Cornelia’s longtime maid, Lizzie Allen [Lenita Lane], informs her that the servants are upset over rumors they have heard about the murders committed in the house last winter by the archcriminal who goes by the name of The Bat. They fear he is back, and they’re also concerned about rabid bats that have supposedly been released by The Bat. That’s hysterical nonsense, Cornelia says as she heads into Zenith to conduct some business at the Zenith City bank. She has another surprise when vice-president and head cashier of the bank, Victor Bailey [Mike Steele], mentions that the bank president and owner of The Oaks, John Fleming [Harvey Stephens], once said that he would never rent the house. Again, Cornelia is not concerned since she rented the house from his nephew, Mark Fleming [John Bryant].

As Cornelia chats with Victor’s wife Dale [Elaine Edwards] and Lieutenant “Andy” Anderson [Gavin Gordon],a detective with the Zenith City Police Department and a member of the board of directors of the Zenith Bank, Victor is informed that the bank has been looted of over $1,000,000 in bonds and negotiable securities. Since the only two people with access to the vault are Victor himself and bank president John Fleming, who is currently away on a hunting trip in the Northwoods, Victor is arrested and attempts are made to contact Fleming.

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Cornelia Van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) is a mystery author who rents a summer home in a small town from local bank president John Fleming (Harvey Stephens). Over $1 million in negotiable securities is discovered missing from the bank while Fleming is on a hunting trip with his physician, Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price). In a cabin in the woods, Fleming confesses to Wells that he stole the securities. He offers to split the money with Wells in return for help faking his own death and threatens to kill him if he doesn’t agree to help. When a forest fire breaks out nearby, Wells shoots Fleming and uses the fire to cover up the murder.

Meanwhile, the town is being terrorized by a mysterious murderer known as “the Bat”. The Bat is said to be a man with no face who murders women at night by ripping out their throats with steel claws. Van Gorder’s maid Lizzie (Lenita Lane) tells her that most of the household servants have quit in fear of the Bat. As they lock up the house, Lizzie sees the Bat’s clawed hand reaching through an unlocked door. Van Gorder calls the police, who promise to send officers to investigate. The Bat breaks into the house and releases a bat, which bites Lizzie. Lizzie fears she may have contracted rabies. Van Gorder calls for Dr. Wells to treat the bite.

Wells is in his laboratory, doing experiments on bats. The local chief of detectives, Lieutenant Andy Anderson (Gavin Gordon), is watching through a window. When Wells leaves to answer Van Gorder’s call, Anderson breaks into the laboratory and searches it. Wells checks Lizzie’s wound and catches the bat that bit her. Anderson arrives shortly after and says an officer will watch the house for the rest of the night.

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