Dead of Night

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Mario

This is a grab bag by definition, and most of it squeaks by on period charm. But "The Ventriloquist's Dummy" earns its legend--in no small part, thanks to Michael Redgrave's performance. Then there's the coda, which is both unexpected and the creepiest thing here.

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Paul

I've never seen this one before, it's pretty good.

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Daniel

An amazing movie considering its age.

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