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chandu the magian
Topic Started: Aug 1 2017, 05:01 AM (240 Views)
copperhead
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this feature film from the 1930's is very entertaining and stars edmund lowe as CHANDU--HE STUDIES THE SECRETS OF YOGI MAGIC IN IN INDIA AND MASTERS IT. theres a great villian called ROXOR[BELA LUGOSI] that kidnapped a scientist who has created a death ray that can reach the entire globe. no fear, chandu is on the case!i believe after watching this that someone in marvel comics used chandu for the creation of dr. strange. great fun!
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Don Diego
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and it is part of the Kino sale
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Colorist
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I always wondered why a good guy scientist would want to invent a DEATH RAY?
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Chandu is the subject of some limericks at LimerWrecks, to which I sometimes contribute as Donald Benson:

http://limoday.blogspot.com/search?q=Chandu
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There's a lengthy essay on the radio and film versions of Chandu in my Cliffhanger Classics, Volume 2. It was originally published years ago in the tenth anniversary issue of Blood 'n' Thunder, but for the book publication I added a couple thousand words of behind-the-scenes information on the making of both the 1932 Fox feature and the 1934 serial.
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