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SECRET OF THE BLUE ROOM (1933). Early Universal Whodunit has a few eye raising moments (particularly Lionel Atwill offering Gloria Stuart Birthday sentiments) and a decent cast-Onslow Stevens is almost unrecognizable. There's an awful lot of padding and pretty easy to guess the wrap-up . Still worth a watch. **1/2
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Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
That's what I'm talking about!! One of the all time best!

IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA (1955).Standard Monster story with radiation being a probable cause with about as much narration/stock footage as THE DEADLY MANTIS. Kenneth Tobey and Faith Domergue good here, but in this MeToo age, I've noticed how darn HANDSY Ken . While the movie really isn't all that great, the Social effects by Ray Harryhausen certainly are. Especially the Monster's first visit to San Francisco:. **1/2
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