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Added by manpen
Cover by thepenguin

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 28/08/2023
User updates processed: 6

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Edgar Wallace Collection: The Human Monster/Chamber of Horrors (1940) [RGL9603]

Country  USA  
Released  06/08/1996
Publisher  ROAN Group
Price  69.95 USD

UPC  785604960362UPC=785604960362
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  Horror
Rating  Not rated

Color  Black & White
Length  162 min.
Sides  3
Chapters  46
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  (see notes)
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Gatefold
Rot status  Low probability [?]
Manufactured by  PDO UK



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
RGL 9603
RGL 9603
RGL 9603

 Additional Information by admin (410)   06/12/2004 

Contains both:

  • The Human Monster (1940) Internet Movie Database LaserDisc Database
  • Chamber of Horrors (1946) Internet Movie Database LaserDisc Database

 Additional Information by dnelms    04/07/2007 

Liner notes are by Tom Weaver.

Jacket states that the laserdisc is presented in the windowbox format to preserve the entire 35 mm image. Both features are windowboxed.

The Human Monster transfer is from a British 35mm nitrate negative owned by Blair and Associates. Both the British and US titles were restored to the 76 minute British version - The Dark Eyes of London. The sound was digitally processed from the 16mm magnetic tracks.

Chamber of Horrors transfer was also a British 35mm nitrate negative owned by Blair and Associates, except for reel six (6) which had noticeable signs of nitrate decomposition. A 35mm fine grain was used to replace the lost segments. Both the US and British title sequences were found and restored to the 86 minute uncut British negative - The Door With Seven Locks. The sound was digitally processed from 16mm magnetic tracks.

Both were supervised by Cary Roan.

  • Chapter 24: The Human Monster preview
  • Chapter 46: Still gallery

 Additional Information by laserking (40)   03/10/2020 

In addition to the "rings of dashes" in the inner and outer blank areas which are normally seen on PDO UK products, there are also simple mint markings with only the reference number on each of the three sides with program material. There are no mint markings on the "dead side".