Two classic dramas directed by Bernard Vorhaus and Henry Edwards.
The Ghost Camera (1933) When a photograph is taken at the scene of a murder, the camera is tossed out of a castle window to destroy the evidence but lands in the back of a passing car belonging to chemist John Gray. John then becomes an amateur sleuth after developing the film and goes in search of the woman captured by the photograph. This was Ida Lupinos' first full feature. Juggernaut (1936) Victor Sartorius (Boris Karloff) is an ailing doctor working in Morocco. He teams up with Lady Yvonne Clifford (Mona Goya) in a plot to poison her husband, Sir Charles Clifford (Morton Selten), so he can collect the 20,000 pounds necessary to save his experiments and his funding. Roger Clifford (Arthur Margetson), the son of Sir Charles has also been marked for death. The only one who can stop the murder plot of Sartorius is Nurse Eve Rowe Goan Wyndham). Bonus Short Feature: The Haunted Palace (1949) Shaw Desmond, (1877-1960) Irish novelist, poet, founder of the International Institute for Psychical Research in 1934, and author of many works on the afterlife and several Scientific Romances. In this documentray he as the expert on ghosts, attempts to explain ghostly appearances with reconstructions of allegedly true legends.