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The Invisible Dr. Mabuse (Die unsichtbaren Krallen des Dr. Mabuse)

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Lex Barker Lex Barker
FBI-Agent Joe Como
Karin Dor Karin Dor
Liane Martin
Siegfried Lowitz Siegfried Lowitz
Kommissar Brahm
Rudolf Fernau Rudolf Fernau
Professor Erasmus
Wolfgang Preiss Wolfgang Preiss
Dr. Primarius Krone / Dr. Mabuse
Kurd Pieritz Kurd Pieritz
Dr. Bardorf
Walter Bluhm Walter Bluhm
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Hans Schwarz Jr. Hans Schwarz Jr.
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Ladislas Fodor Ladislas Fodor
Artur Brauner Artur Brauner
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"First viewing - July 25th Super Krime Mabuse double feature According to the gentleman who introduced both films in this double feature, he opted for this film due to it being available in a 35mm print over Lang's sequel to the above film, The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse, which was only available in digital form. Given how average & dull this film was I'm kinda disappointed he made that choice. The cast is okay & the film has some decent moments, but it's more of a B picture in overall quality."