Invisible Ghost

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Invisible Ghost
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A promotional film poster for "Invisible Ghost."
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis
Produced by Sam Katzman
Pete Mayer
Written by Al Martin
Helen Martin
Starring Bela Lugosi
Polly Ann Young
John McGuire
Music by Johnny Lange
Lew Porter
Cinematography Harvey Gould
Marcel Le Picard
Edited by Robert Golden
Distributed by Monogram Pictures
Release dates
  • April 25, 1941 (1941-04-25)
Running time 64 min
Country United States

Invisible Ghost (1941) is a horror film starring Bela Lugosi, shot in black and white, and directed by Joseph H. Lewis.

Plot[edit]

Charles Kessler (Bela Lugosi), a man controlled by homicidal impulses beyond his control. He is being controlled by his wife, Betty Compson - Mrs. Kessler who had left him for another man. She was involved in a car accident that has left her brain damaged and is kept in the basement, in secret, by Kessler's gardener. When an innocent man is executed for a murder done by Kessler in the house, his twin brother visits and tries to unravel the mystery. In the end it ends up that Kessler really is the killer and he doesn't know it. Kessler looks at the painting of his wife (that is stabbed on the throat) and then walks out to be arrested.

Cast[edit]

L. to R.: Polly Ann Young, Bela Lugosi, and Clarence Muse in Invisible Ghost - cropped screenshot

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