Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Unknown (1927) (Review)

The Unknown is a silent film directed by Tod Browning who would go on to direct the 1932 Classic Dracula. The film stars the Great Lon Chaney Sr. as Alonzo the Armless, a circus freaks who shoots a rifle and throws knives with his feet. Alonzo is engrossed by the daughter of the circus owner. The daughter Nanon is played by Illustrious Joan Crawford. Nanon has a phobia to being touch by a man hands. So this makes her and Alonzo close because of course Alonzo can not touch her with his hands. But Alonzo is hiding a fiendish secret and he also has to deal with the circus strongman Malabar the Mighty played by Norman Kerry who is in love with Nanon. This is a great film so check out it. Stay nerdy people.  

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