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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Mark of the Whistler (1944) DVD-R

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Starring Richard Dix, Janis Carter, Porter Hall, Paul Guifoyle, John Calvert

Directed by William Castle



Print: black/white

Runtime: 60 min.

Genre: mystery

Print Quality: B



The Whistler, the unseen mystery-story narrator of radio fame, relates

another tale that he's gleaned from 'walking by night' in Mark of the

Whistler. Richard Dix stars as a drifter who poses as the owner of an

unclaimed bank account. Dix's new identity brings him nothing but misery

as he falls victim to the actual claimant's startling secrets, lost loves and

dangerous enemies-including one bent on killing for revenge. The

second of Columbia's Whistler series, Mark of the Whistler was an

enormous improvement on the first film, with a healthy number of

unexpected plot twists within its 60-minute time frame. Mark of the

Whistler was based on a story by Cornell Woolrich and directed by future

horror specialist William Castle.

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Starring Richard Dix, Janis Carter, Porter Hall, Paul Guifoyle, John Calvert
Directed by William Castle

Print: black/white
Runtime: 60 min.
Genre: mystery
Print Quality: B

The Whistler, the unseen mystery-story narrator of radio fame, relates
another tale that he's gleaned from 'walking by night' in Mark of the
Whistler. Richard Dix stars as a drifter who poses as the owner of an
unclaimed bank account. Dix's new identity brings him nothing but misery
as he falls victim to the actual claimant's startling secrets, lost loves and
dangerous enemies-including one bent on killing for revenge. The
second of Columbia's Whistler series, Mark of the Whistler was an
enormous improvement on the first film, with a healthy number of
unexpected plot twists within its 60-minute time frame. Mark of the
Whistler was based on a story by Cornell Woolrich and directed by future
horror specialist William Castle.

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