Night Monster (Universal Pictures, 1942)

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Night Monster One Sheet

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Advocate, November 6, 1942

Night Monster - The Wolf Man*

The New York Times, November 30, 1942

THE SCREEN

T.M.P

The mortality rate in “Night Monster” is pretty high, even for the type of chiller drama the customers of the Rialto have become accustomed to over the years at the self-styled “house of horror.” Before this potpourri of occult mumbo-jumbo runs its tedious and fantastic course no less than eight normally healthy looking actors wind up as corpses. Perhaps Lionel Atwill and Janet Shaw were the most fortunate of the victims, meeting their demise early in the proceedings before the audience became inured to such violence.

Among the quaint characters one meets in the spooky Ingston Mansion are Nils Asther as a yogi who can pull skeletons out of the air; Frank Morgan as a hopeless cripple who has a way of getting around when he wants to; Fay Helm as a perplexed young lady who is not quite sure whether she is sane and the rest of the world mad, or vice versa, and last but not least, Bela Lugosi as the butler with the evil eye. When all these characters get going, is it any wonder strange things begin to happen?
High Death Rate
NIGHT MONSTER, from a screen play by Clarence Upson Young; directed and produced by Ford Beebe for Universal Pictures. At the Rialto.
Rolf . . . . . Bela Lugosi
Dr. King . . . . . Lionel Atwill
Laurie . . . . . Leif Erikson
Dr. Harper . . . . . Irene Hervey
Kurt Ingston . . . . . Frank Morgan
Dick Baldwin . . . . . Don Porter
Agor Singh . . . . . Nils Asther
Margaret Ingston . . . . . Fay Helm
Dr. Timmons . . . . . Frank Reicher
Miss Judd . . . . . Doris Lloyd
Dr. Phipps . . . . . Francis Pierlot
Cap Beggs . . . . . Robert Homans
Millie Carson . . . . . Janet Shaw
Jeb Harmon . . . . . Eddy Waller
Torque . . . . . Cyril Delevanti

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The Montreal Gazette, February 13, 1943

Night Monster, The Montreal Gazette, February 13, 1943*

he Times-Picayune, March 5, 1943

Night Monster, The Times-Picayune, March 5, 1943*

The Milwaukee Journal, April 23, 1943

Night Monster, The Milwaukee Journal, April 23, 1943 b

Night Monster, The Milwaukee Journal, April 23, 1943 a*

The Sunday Morning Star, April 25, 1943

Night Monster, The Sunday Morning Star, April 25, 1943*

The Sydney Morning Herald, May 3, 1943

Night Monster, The Sydney Morning Herald, May 3, 1943*

The Sunday Morning Star, August 8, 1943

Night Monster, The Sunday Morning Star, August 8, 1943*

The Age, June 23, 1944

Night Monster, The Age, June 23, 1944 b

Night Monster, The Age, June 23, 1944*

The Canton Repository, October 31, 1944

Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman, Night Monster, The Canton Repository, October 31, 1944*

The Owosso Argus-Press, October 29, 1949

Night Monster, The Owosso Argus-Press, October 29, 1949*

The Deseret News, February 13, 1953

Night Monster, The Deseret News, February 13, 1953*

Sarasota Herald-Tribune, May 21, 1955

Night Monster, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, May 21, 1955

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Posters

Night Monster InsertInsert

Night Monster Midget Window CardMidget Window Card

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release One Sheet1949 Re-Release One Sheet

Night Monster 1950s Re-Release One Sheet1950s Re-Release One Sheet

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Lobby Cards

Night Monster Title Lobby Card

Night Monster Lobby Card 2

Night Monster Lobby Card 7

Night Monster Lobby Card 3

Night Monster Lobby Card 5

Night Monster Lobby Card

Night Monster Lobby Card 6

1949 Re-Release Lobby Cards

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 1

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 6

Night Monster Lobby Card

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 2

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 3

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 4

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 5

Night Monster 1949 Re-Release Lobby Card 7*

Pressbook

Night Monster Pressbook*

Stills

Night Monster 3

Night Monster 2

Night Monster 1

Night Monster Screen Gems Still

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