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The Face Behind the Mask(1941)

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  • Excellent Film!

    • lorrenotgory
    • 6/22/15

    As Mr Osbourne stated,Peter Lorre griped constantly while filming this gem.He's wonderfully underacting,and Evelyn Keys is perfect as his lady love.Very sensitive performances by Lorre,Keys,George Stone,and Don Beddoe as Lorre's cop friend.

  • Scariest Movie I Ever Saw

    • John Wessler
    • 8/4/09

    When I was a very young boy, I saw this movie, mainly between the cracks of the seats in front of me. I was so scared. Peter Lorre was one heck of an actor and this film needs to be put on DVD so it will last through the ages for all to enjoy and....be scared out of their wits!

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    • jlseale
    • 6/25/08

    Bravo TCM- In NYC in the mid 1960's then independent TV station WNEW (Channel 5)used to show this movie. It was one of those movies that once you saw it you never forget it. I first saw it when I was about 11 years old. The scene where Janos (the great Peter Lorre) was caught in the hotel fire has been in my sub conscience ever since. It's a poignant, strange but good story. Oddly enough it seems like an almost true to life story in the world of the 1940's. With all that history bears as true about that time with the war in europe, the refugees coming to America or at least trying to come to America. I hope that this will soon be available for home viewing. If I could purchase it NOW I would. Thank you for having it as part of your programming. LJS

  • A long lost Gem...

    • FrankieCee
    • 12/4/06

    I first saw this movie many years ago. I had almost forgotten the emotional impact this movie packs. As fate sometimes has it, good things go terribly wrong and bad things happen to good people. A simple matter of circumstance and lives are changed forever. Though not necessarily happy to see this film again, I am pleased I had the chance to see it again. This is a movie worthy of an audience as it fades into movie history. I only wish the ending could have turned out differently. It made an impression on me then, just as it has now and again.

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