Meet...The CREEPER!


House of Horrors 
1946 | B&W |65 Minutes | 1.37.1 | NA | Horror | Mono | Universal Pictures

Director: 
Jean Yarbrough

Writers: 
George Bricker 
Dwight V. Babcock

Stars: 
Rondo Hatton
Robert Lowery
Virginia Grey

Marcel De Lange is a struggling sculptor whose work and sanity are derided by the New York art critics. After waspishly officious critic F. Holmes Harmon ruins a sale for De Lange by dismissing his expressionistic cubist work as "tripe" and later gloating about it in his column, the distraught artist goes to the river to drown himself. There he discovers the half-drowned body of the notorious serial killer, the Creeper, and takes him back to his studio to recover. Feeling empowered by the friendship of the acromegalic sociopath, De Lange tasks him with murdering the critics who have pilloried him in print. When successful commercial artist Steve Morrow is wrongly suspected of the crimes, his art critic girlfriend Joan Medford decides to follow her instinct about a mysterious bust De Lange has suspiciously covered in his studio, and she decides to snoop around.




There will be a lot of Sven shtick tonight, a song featuring  Doug Graves doing a trumpet solo and info about the creation and evolution of the brand new Sven dungeon set created by Acme Design Inc. company of Elgin, Il.- with a close-up look at some of the many unique features!

You’ll see all this and more in “House of Horrors” -tonight on MeTV at 10 pm Eastern and Pacific, 9 pm Central, or, check local listings for run time in your area. Chicago gets a second look -if they can see ‘em- at “Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man”- at 11 am on our sister station, WCIU, the U! Yes, that’s the show with the highlights of last year’s “Flashback Weekend” costume contest.

Also check out the Rodo Hatton award page made by fans for fans!










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