House of Secrets (1936 film)

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House of Secrets is a 1936 film about two men who stumble into an old mansion, and get involved with a crazed scientist, torture chambers and sinister medical experiment.

Directed by Roland D. Reed. Written by John W. Krafft, based on a novel by Sydney Horler.
Mysteries and thrills from cellar to garret...from start to finish it's the fastest, most furious, most gripping chiller you've ever seen!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Sir Bertram Evans: I think, sir, you have said entirely too much.
Tom Starr: You're right. From now on I intend doing something.

Taglines[edit]

  • A guest at the "The House of Secrets"...an adventurer finds plenty of excitement when Death plays host.
  • Mysteries and thrills from cellar to garret...from start to finish it's the fastest, most furious, most gripping chiller you've ever seen!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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