The 1942 Universal production of “Night Monster” was directed by veteran studio director Ford Beebe. Beebe’s other productions include the latter Universal “Flash Gordon” serial adaptation installment with Olympic swimming champion Buster Crabbe, “Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe” (1940, co-directed with Ray Taylor) and the fifth entry in Universal’s classic mammoth “Invisible Man” monster masterpiece film franchise series, “The Invisible Man’s Revenge” (1944) with Jon Hall and Evelyn Ankers. The original screenplay for “Night Monster” (1942) was written by veteran screenwriter Clarence Upson Young. That same year, Young also wrote the screenplay for William Nigh’s classic Universal mystery-thriller masterpiece, “The Strange Case of Dr. Rx” (1942).
This will mark Sven’s fourth big broadcast of “Night Monster” (1942) on Me-TV. He previously showcased Beebe’s classic Universal mystery-thriller-horror masterpiece entry back in Oct. 2015 as a big broadcast premiere, Aug. 2016 and Aug. 2017.
Who was in Ford Beebe’s Universal production of “Night Monster” (1942)?
The players who appeared in Ford Beebe’s classic Universal thriller-mystery-horror masterpiece production of “Night Monster” (1942) were Bela Lugosi (as Rolf), Lionel Atwill (as Dr. King), Irene Hervey (as Dr. Lynne Harper), Leif Erickson (as Laurie), Ralph Morgan (as Kurt Ingston), Don Porter (as Dick Baldwin), Nils Asther (as Agor Singh), Doris Lloyd (as Sarah Judd), Frank Reicher (as Dr. Timmons), Francis Pierlot (as Dr. Phipps), Robert Homans (as constable Capp Baggs, Janet Shaw (as Milly Carson), Eddy Waller (as Jed Harmon) and Cyril Delevanti (as Torque).