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The Phantom Creeps (1939)

aka The Phantom Creeps

Details: 265 mins · English


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Small Dr. Alex Zorka / Dr. Zane
Small Capt. Bob West
No_movie_poster Jean Drew
No_movie_poster Dr. Fred Mallory
Small Lt. Jim Daly
No_movie_poster Monk
Small Jarvis
No_movie_poster Ann Zorka
No_movie_poster Rankin
No_movie_poster Perkins
No_movie_poster Al
No_movie_poster Train Engineer
No_movie_poster Skipper
No_movie_poster Mac
No_movie_poster Signalman
No_movie_poster The Robot
Small Dr. Alex Zorka


No_movie_poster Ford Beebe Director
No_movie_poster Wyllis Cooper Story
No_movie_poster Saul A. Goodkind Director
No_movie_poster George H. Plympton Screenplay
No_movie_poster Basil Dickey Screenplay
No_movie_poster Mildred Barish Screenplay
No_movie_poster Henry MacRae Production
No_movie_poster Wyllis Cooper Story Contributor


Dr. Zorka, a rouge scientist, is the creator of various weapons of warfare, including a devisualizer belt which renders him invisible; an eight-foot tall slave robot (Ed Wolff), and he also has a deadly meteorite fragment from which he extracts an element which can induce suspended animation in an entire army. Foreign spies, operating under the guise of a foreign language school, are trying to buy or mostly steal the meteorite element, whilst his former partner, Dr. Fred Mallory, miffed that Zorka will not turn his inventions over to the U.S. Government, blows the whistle on him to Captain Bob West of the Military Intelligence Department. Tired of answering the door and saying no to the spies and the government, Zorka moves his lab. When his beloved wife is killed, Zorka, puttering around for his own amusement up to this point, is crushed and swears eternal vengeance against anyoneto try to use his creations to make himself world dictator. And would have if not for his assistant Monk, an escaped convict virtually enslaved by Zorka, who is cowardly, treacherous and totally incompetent, and whose accidental or deliberate interference with Zorka's efforts repeatedly frustrates his master's own plans...