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Shadow of Chinatown, Vol. 2 [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Starring Bela Lugosi

Synopsis

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 10 - The Bomb
Wong (James B. Leong) saves Martin Andrews (Herman Brix), Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay) and Willy Fu (Maurice Liu) in the nick of time from Victor Poten's strange gas but Poten (Bela Lugosi) and the still catatonic Sonya Rokoff (Luana Walters) manage to escape in the ensuing confusion. Revived, the latter is able to disembark in Los Angeles wearing a blonde wig but Martin, Joan and Willy manage to trail her to a hotel. Disturbed by Poten's increasing madness, Ms. Rokoff is about to rat on her boss when the zombified Grogan (Charles King) attacks the party with a hand grenade. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 11 - Thundering Doom
In the opening of chapter 11 of Shadow of Chinatown, Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) catches Grogan's (Charles King) hand grenade and smartly tosses it out the open window, once again defying certain death. After learning that Andrews is bringing the catatonic Sonya Rokoff (Luana Walters) back to San Francisco to see a psychiatrist, Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi springs Grogan from an insane asylum and follows Martin's vehicle. Heading north on the inland route, Martin and Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay) suffer a blowout and Poten manages to catch up. As the chapter reaches its conclusion, Poten's automobile forces Andrews' vehicle over a steep cliff and into a ravine. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 14 - The Fatal Trap
Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) manages to grab hold of the fire escape and only Grogan (Charles King) is killed from falling off the rooftop to Sonya Rokoff's apartment. On the run, Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi decides that Andrews' home will be the least likely hiding place and after tying up Willy Fu (Maurice Liu) and Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay), the madman and his henchman Healy (William Buchanan) turn a chandelier into a deadly weapon awaiting Martin's arrival. As Sonya (Luana Walters) screams in terror, Andrews enters and the chandelier explodes. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 15 - The Avenging Powers
Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) manages to grab hold of the fire escape and only Grogan (Charles King) is killed from falling off the rooftop to Sonya Rokoff's apartment. On the run, Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi decides that Andrews' home will be the least likely hiding place and after tying up Willy Fu (Maurice Liu) and Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay), the madman and his henchman Healy (William Buchanan) turn a chandelier into a deadly weapon awaiting Martin's arrival. As Sonya (Luana Walters) screams in terror, Andrews enters and the chandelier explodes. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 12 - The Invisible Gas
Both Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) and Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay) are thrown clear as their vehicle crashes into the ravine, emerging slightly shaken but unhurt and able to continue their journey to San Francisco. There, the psychiatrist Dr. Zander (Henry Hall) brings Sonya Rokoff (Luana Walters) out of her trance and the assembly learns of Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi) and his fiendish plan to destroy both the white and the Asian races. Sonya warns Martin et al. that Poten is able to place a new invention, a dictavisa television, at any location he wishes to monitor. "He may have one in this very room," Miss Rokoff adds ominously. Grateful for being saved, Sonya leads the way to Poten's secret laboratory but the madman has set yet another trap: an invisible and odorless gas. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 13 - The Brink of Disaster
A wilted flower in Joan Whiting's (Joan Barclay) lapel reveals the presence of the invisible gas and Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) and his friends are able to get out of the laboratory in time. Following an old Chinese proverb, Andrews deduces that Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi) is holed up in Sonya Rokoff's (Luana Walters) apartment. But Poten and henchman Healy (William Buchanan) manage to escape over the rooftops, however, and Martin faces a furious but still zombified Grogan (Charles King). As chapter 13 concludes two bodies are seen hurtling from the roof. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Shadow of Chinatown: Chapter 09 - The Last Warning
While the prostrate body of Grogan (Charles King) is carried away, Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) finally learns from Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay) that Sonya Rokoff (Luana Walters) is behind the ruination of the San Francisco tourist trade and that Rokoff is planning to also destroy the Los Angeles Chinatown. Having listened in on this conversation, Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi) quickly puts Sonya in a trance lest she reveal his own involvement. As Martin, Joan and Willy Fu (Maurice Liu) examine the catatonic Sonya, Poten fills the stateroom with a mysterious gas. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

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