The Mad Magician

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The Mad Magician is a 1954 film about a magician who is driven to commit murder.

Directed by John Brahm. Written by Crane Wilbur.


The Great Rinaldi: [about Ormond] You had every reason to hate him. What did you do with him, Gallico? How did you get rid of it? [indicating Gallico's furnace] Was this thing already built and hidden away, waiting for a job like that?
Don Gallico: Ormond was seen alive two weeks ago, The Prentisses identified him.
The Great Rinaldi: That didn't have to be him.
Don Gallico: Who else could it have been?
The Great Rinaldi: It could have been you, Gallico. From what Ormond told me you are a clever man, developed a wonderful new makeup, something new in the theater. Something that might be used offstage too. Only a man who dreams up illusions would think of such a thing, and only people of the theater would know it was possible.


  • 3D THRILL! Fuel for the human bonfire!
  • Astounding! Astonishing! Amaazing! So different you'll hardly believe your eyes!


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