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Die Toten Augen von London (Dead Eyes of London) (Dark Eyes of London) (1961)

Die Toten Augen von London (Dead Eyes of London) (Dark Eyes of London)

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Originally titled Die Toten Augen von London, this German melodrama is the second film version of Edgar Wallace's The Testament of Gordon Stewart. The story centers on a seemingly kindly blind man who covertly controls a sinister criminal organization comprised of sightless henchmen. Actually, he isn't blind at all, but the police are (figuratively speaking) until lovely Karin Baal foils the villain's scheme. Dead Eyes of London was released in the US in 1965 as Dark Eyes of London. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Horror, Musical & Performing Arts, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
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On DVD: Oct 18, 2005
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Cast

Eddie Arent
as Sunny Harvey
Karin Baal
as Nora Ward
Ady Berber
as Jack Farell
Dieter Borsche
as Paul Dearborn
Joachim Fuchsberger
as Inspector Larry Holt
Klaus Kinski
as Edgar Strauss
Wolfgang Lukschy
as Stephan Judd
Ann Savo
as Fanny Weldon
Franz Schafheitlin
as Sir John Archibald
Hans Paetsch
as Gordon Stuart
Harry Wuestenhagen
as Flicker-Fred
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Engrossing fast-paced black and white Gothic horror thriller.

Full Review… | September 9, 2015
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This was my introduction to the German krimi genre, sort of a combination of the Italian giallo (which succeeded it) and film noir. Oddly enough, it's set in London but most of the actors are dubbed in generic 1950s American accents. A young Klaus Kinski is in this; too bad he didn't get more screen time.

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