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Spooks Run Wild
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Directed By
Phil Rosen

Written By:
Carl Foreman

Cast:
Huntz Hall, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Dave O'Brien, Dennis Moore, Bela Lugosi, Sammy Morrison


 
Spooks Run Wild (1941)
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Movie Review by Derringer
April 25th, 2010

LET'S HUMILIATE BELA LUGOSI FOR LAUGHS

Released in 1941 - SPOOKS RUN WILD really is pretty dumb.

In this lame-brained Comedy we find BELA LUGOSI in yet another one of his many silly movie-roles. (This guy was notorious for appearing in all sorts of junk)

LUGOSI plays Nardo (a suspected "monster") who lives with his faithful servant, Luigi, in the old Billing's mansion, which is believed to be haunted.

Now into the story enters those aging wise-crackers, The East End Kids. These morons take every possible opportunity that's available to verbally humiliate LUGOSI's character, over and over and over again, until it just isn't the least bit funny anymore (which actually doesn't take very long to happen, at all).

SPOOKS RUN WILD might have been funny back in 1941, but it sure ain't in the least bit funny now. In fact, it's really quite a pathetic, little movie in many ways.

If you miss seeing this one, then you haven't missed a thing.

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