White Zombie (1932)
Young couple Madeleine and Neil are coaxed by acquaintance Monsieur Beaumont to get married on his Haitian plantation.
Beaumont's motives are purely selfish as he makes every attempt to convince the beautiful young girl to run away with him.
For help Beaumont turns to the devious Legendre, a man who runs his mill by mind controlling people he has turned into
zombies. After Beaumont uses Legendre's zombie potion on Madeleine, he is dissatisfied with her emotionless being and wants
her to be changed back. Legendre has no intention of doing this and he drugs Beaumont as well to add to his zombie collection.
Meanwhile, grieving 'widower' Neil is convinced by a local priest that Madeleine may still be alive and he seeks her out.
Bela Lugosi ... 'Murder' Legendre
Madge Bellamy ... Madeleine Short Parker
Joseph Cawthorn ... Dr. Bruner (missionary)
Robert Frazer ... Charles Beaumont
John Harron ... Neil Parker
Brandon Hurst ... Silver (the butler)
George Burr Macannan ... Von Gelder (a zombie) (as George Burr MacAnnan)
Frederick Peters ... Chauvin (a zombie)
Annette Stone ... Maid
John Printz ... Ledot (the witch doctor zombie)
Dan Crimmins ... Pierre (witch doctor)
Claude Morgan ... Zombie
John Fergusson ... Zombie
Velma Gresham ... Maid
Hans Joby ... Chauvin (a zombie) (as John S. Peters)