Island of Lost Souls (1932)

Island of Lost Souls
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TitleIsland of Lost Souls
Year1932
CountryUSA
GenreHorror (Movies)
CollectionH.G. Wells, Monsters
Run Time1h 10 min
Director

Shipwrecked traveler Edward Parker is rescued by a freighter delivering animals to an isolated South Seas island owned by Dr. Moreau. After Parker fights with the freighter’s drunken captain for his mistreating M’ling, a passenger with some bestial features, the captain tosses Parker overboard into Mr. Montgomery’s boat, bound for Moreau’s island .

When Parker arrives at the island, Moreau welcomes Parker to his home and introduces him to Lota, a young woman whom Moreau claims is of Polynesian origin, and who seems shy and withdrawn. When she and Parker hear screams coming from another room, which Lota calls “the House of Pain,” Parker investigates. He sees Moreau and Moreau’s assistant, Montgomery, operating on a humanoid creature without anesthetic. Convinced that Moreau is engaged in sadistic vivisection, Parker tries to leave, only to encounter brutish-looking humanoids resembling apes, felines, swine, and other beasts emerging from the jungle. Moreau appears, cracks his whip, and orders them to recite a series of rules (“the Law”). Afterward, the strange “men” disperse.

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Cast:

Richard Arlen Richard Arlen
Edward Parker
Leila Hyams Leila Hyams
Ruth Thomas
Bela Lugosi Bela Lugosi
Sayer of the Law
Kathleen Burke Kathleen Burke
The Panther Woman
Arthur Hohl Arthur Hohl
Mr. Montgomery

Shipwrecked traveler Edward Parker is rescued by a freighter delivering animals to an isolated South Seas island owned by Dr. Moreau. After Parker fights with the freighter’s drunken captain for his mistreating M’ling, a passenger with some bestial features, the captain tosses Parker overboard into Mr. Montgomery’s boat, bound for Moreau’s island .

When Parker arrives at the island, Moreau welcomes Parker to his home and introduces him to Lota, a young woman whom Moreau claims is of Polynesian origin, and who seems shy and withdrawn. When she and Parker hear screams coming from another room, which Lota calls “the House of Pain,” Parker investigates. He sees Moreau and Moreau’s assistant, Montgomery, operating on a humanoid creature without anesthetic. Convinced that Moreau is engaged in sadistic vivisection, Parker tries to leave, only to encounter brutish-looking humanoids resembling apes, felines, swine, and other beasts emerging from the jungle. Moreau appears, cracks his whip, and orders them to recite a series of rules (“the Law”). Afterward, the strange “men” disperse.

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