LikeTelevision proudly presents - a terrific 1960 film directed by Fritz Lang called the 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse. Fritz Lang was one of the greatest directors in the history of film is in charge, best known for his masterpieces - Metropolis, about a bleak technolgical future, and M a remarkable psycholgical crime thriller about a child murderer, played by Peter Lorre. The film was released in 1960, and it was Lang's last film. Everyone who reviewed it at LikeTelevision just loved this movie - it kept you on the edge of your seat, the cinematography was stunning, and the story was nothing short of riveting. If you like Alfred Hitchcock psycho thrillers like Vertigo and Rear Window, you'll love this movie.
1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse
Directed by - Fritz Lang
(1960) - B&W - 104 min
Gert Frobe, best known for his role as the notorious Goldfinger in the debut movie of the James Bond series, plays inspector Kras - the quintessential cop seeking to solve this complex case delivers a terrific performance. Also excellent is Dawn Adams as Marion Menil, the troubled battered wife to the mysterious club footed man.
Intro, B&W, credits, etc. Well folks - there's just too many spoilers, too many twists and turns and we don't want to spoil it. We'll talk about the stars instead. Dawn Adams as Marion Menil is near perfect as the very confused woman in love. Is she in on it - or is she in love? By the way, you can also see Dawn Adams in the trailer for Vampire Lovers.
Gert Frobe, best known for his role as Goldfinger - as Inspector Kras
Marion Menil (Dawn Adams) and Henry Travers (Peter Van Eyck) go out on a date
Werner Peters plays the pushy insurance salesman, Hieronymus B. MIstelzweig - who tells everyone he meets, that the B stands for belly. If you recognize his face, it is probably because he played General Kohler in The Battle of the Bluge.
Werner Peters as Hieronymus B. Mistelzweig the insurance salesman. B stands for belly.
Peter Van Eyck plays the fat cat American industrialist Henry B. Travers. He falls in love with the beautiful rich woman Marion Menil, who happens to be married.
1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse
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Blind man, Peter Cornelius, played by Wolfgang Preiss during the seance
Gert Frobe plays inspector Kras, a man who doesn't believe in ESP, but ends up asking Peter Cornelius, the blind pyschic for help on a difficult case - a man was murdered by shooting a tiny needle into his head with a fancy gun that is a stolen secret weapon.
Dawn Adams as Marion Menil, a confused and disturbed woman in love. Whoa - what a combo.
The blind psychic Peter Cornlius is played by Wolfgang Preiss. Most of the time, he wears sunglasses - but when he takes them off... ahhhh. But he certainly is talented in telling the future.
The control room at the Luxor Hotel
1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse goes through so many twists and turns as the movie unfolds... it will always keep you guessing. And it all comes together in part six - watch the exciting conclusion to the wonderful Fritz Lang film.
Peter Cornelius takes off his glasses and oh my!
Look out - he's got a knife
Dawn Adams as Marion Menil at the seance