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West Of Zanzibar (1928) + Kongo (1932) on DVD

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Get the original film, West Of Zanzibar (1928) and Kongo (1932) for 20% off their individual prices!

West Of Zanzibar (1928)

 Starring Lon Chaney, Lionel Barrymore, Mary Nolan, Warner Baxter, Jacquelin Gadsdon
Directed by Tod Browning

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: Drama

Revenge is a dish best served cold in director Tod Browning's lurid tale of love and vengeance starring Lon Chaney, Lionel Barrymore and Mary Nolan. When his dying wife returns with a baby girl a year after leaving him for Crane (Barrymore), the ivory trader who crippled him, a Limehouse magician named Phroso (Chaney) vows to get even. Placing the baby in a Zanzibar brothel, Phroso spends the next 18 years living with cannibals while he waits for the child to come of age. Summoning the debauched young woman to his jungle lair, Phroso plans to reunite the girl with her long-lost father, after which he'll order the natives to kill the trader and burn Crane's daughter alive!




Kongo (1932)

Starring Walter Huston, Lupe Velez, Conrad Nagel, Virginia Bruce, C. Henry Gordon   
Directed by William Cowen

Print: Black & White
Runtime:142 min.
Genre: Drama

Some eight months after the release of Freaks, another bizarre and unforgettable movie stunned screen audiences – the feverish tale of black magic and sadism called Kongo. Reprising his stage role, dynamic Walter Huston stars as wheelchair-bound Flint, a ruthless, would-be jungle chieftain who uses the bullets of “boom sticks” and the deception of parlor magic he calls juju to keep African locals in his thrall while he carries out a long-festering plan of revenge against the man who beat and crippled him. Brutality, sexuality, depravity – all are at the forefront of this disturbing yet transfixing pre-Code shocker previously filmed as the Lon Chaney-Lionel Barrymore silent West of Zanzibar.

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