A Blind Bargain
A Blind Bargain is a 1922 American silent horror film starring Lon Chaney and Raymond McKee, released through Goldwyn Pictures. The film was directed by Wallace Worsley and is based on Barry Pain's 1897 novel The Octave of Claudius. The film, which features Wallace Beery in an unbilled cameo as an ape-man, is now considered lost.
The film is a contemporary (1920s, though the book was published in 1897) picture that takes place in New York City. The story involves a mad scientist who turns circumstances on a young man to do his bidding.
|contentLocation||New York City|
|genre||horror science fiction|
|keywords||bad luck dual role dying mother end jacqueline logan lon chaney sr. operating room publish raymond mckee rescue spending money time limit virginia true boardman warn write young man|
|theme||mad scientist monster movie science fiction horror|