Island of Doomed Men 1940 68 min Peter Lorre FULL MOVIE VERSION CLASSIC RARE



Island of Doomed Men 1940 68 min Peter Lorre FULL MOVIE VERSION CLASSIC RARE

Island of Doomed Men is a black-and-white 1940 film, released by Columbia Pictures, which was directed by Charles Barton from a screenplay by Robert Hardy Andrews.

Cast

Peter Lorre as Stephen Danel
Rochelle Hudson as Lorraine Danel
Robert Wilcox as Mark Sheldon
George E. Stone as Siggy
Charles Middleton as Cort
Don Beddoe as Brand
Kenneth MacDonald as Doctor
Stanley Brown as Eddie
Sam Ash as Ames
Eddie Laughton as Borgo
Earl Gunn as Mitchell
John Tyrrell as Durkin

Mark Sheldon (Robert Wilcox) is an undercover secret service operative. He is assigned to investigate a modern time slave organization on a desert island way out in the Pacific. The organization hires prison convicts on parole and puts them into hard labor on the island, where they are unable to leave when they wish. Sheldon’s partner on the case is just about to reveal that the head of the racketeering operation on the island is a man named Stephen Danel (Peter Lorre), when he gets murdered. Sheldon suspects that Danel has ordered the kill and decides to go on investigating on his own.

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28 Replies to “Island of Doomed Men 1940 68 min Peter Lorre FULL MOVIE VERSION CLASSIC RARE”

  1. πŸ‘€ at all the time dates response WOW 1-5 years. I’m in 2020. These great films n actors are still going strong. 79 plus years at least πŸ™€……😎cool ain’t it

  2. Interesting to see Kenneth MacDonald, seen in dozens of Three Stooges films as the villain, and Charles Middleton, villain in the Flash Gordon serials, in the same movie.

  3. Mr. Danel is a cruel man… fair… but cruel. If they gave awards for worst writing Robert Andrews certainly deserved one for this steaming turd… no real plot, no character development, and one of the lousiest climaxes to a story ever.
    Peter Lorre is the ONLY good thing in this stinker-roo of a movie… bad acting by 5th rate actors to go along with some of the worst directing and camera work I've ever sat through but at least it has Peter Lorre in it.

  4. Yeah, like, todays movies, todays movies man. They ain't the same as when I was a kid, man. You know? Like, I remember back in 2007, or 08, the movies were like……magical man. You know? Todays movies ain't diddly squat man.

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