Phantom of the Opera

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Time Out says

Very pretty to look at, with lush Technicolor, handsome sets, and even a fetchingly sculptured mask to give Claude Rains' rather benign Phantom the look of a contented feline. The accent is more on musical extravaganza than horror, with endless operatic snippets for Eddy and Foster to warble, making it all a somewhat tiresome waste of Rains' performance.
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UK release:

1943

Duration:

92 mins

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