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Jack the Ripper


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  • Actors: Boris Karloff, Dorothy Alison, Morris Ankrum, Mae Bacon, Harry Bartell
  • Directors: David MacDonald, Frank P. Bibas, George Waggner
  • Writers: Hendrik Vollaerts, Jack Jacobs, Michael Plant, Sidney Morse
  • Producers: Frank P. Bibas
  • Format: Black & White, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Music
  • Release Date: Sept. 10 2003
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005MKNT
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,664 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Presented here are four tales of suspense that I believe were part of a ten episode series created by Hal Roach Studios called The Veil, a series that was never broadcast on television. The show stars Boris Karloff, who presents each story, and then appears at the conclusion to wrap it up. He also appears in three of the four stories available here.
The first episode deals with a bachelor who witnesses from his apartment window a crime that happens in the building across the way. When he contacts the police to investigate, they discover the apartment is empty, and no one has lived there for quite awhile. The police, thinking the man has a screw loose, take him to a mental hospital, where Karloff plays a psychiatrist. When the crime actually happens the next day, the man is considered the prime suspect, even though he can accurately describe the perpetrator to a tee. Can this man see events before they happen? Or is he the actually the man behind the crime?
The second story is about a family living on a farm and the father passes on. After his death, it is discovered that there are two wills, one leaving everything to the older, more responsible brother who wants to keep the farm and care for his mother, and a second that names the younger, reckless, self-involved brother who wants to sell the farm, keep the money, and put the mother into an old folks home. Which one is real? A spectral vision will tell for sure. Karloff plays the family lawyer in this episode.
The third episode tells the tale of a cold-hearted sea captain and his tumultuous relationship with his wife. The love has left the marriage, and the captain sees an opportunity to finance a new ship in the arms of another woman, one who has recently come into a large sum of money. If only he wasn't married...
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By A Customer on May 4 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Karloff's unsold TV anthology "THE VEIL" is where these 3 spine~tinglers originate from.Story One concerns a father,a son,a will & a message from beyond the grave!Story two (my favorite) Karloff is a sea captain who ignores his wife until,finally,he kills her but she gets revenge from the grave!Story 3 concerns a clairvoyant who can "see" Jack the Ripper's murders as they happen!LOTS OF FUN!
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By A Customer on Feb. 23 2001
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This was the best video I have ever seen in my life. A look at the notorious killer.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Four episodes of The Veil anthology March 27 2004
By cookieman108 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Presented here are four tales of suspense that I believe were part of a ten episode series created by Hal Roach Studios called The Veil, a series that was never broadcast on television. The show stars Boris Karloff, who presents each story, and then appears at the conclusion to wrap it up. He also appears in three of the four stories available here.
The first episode deals with a bachelor who witnesses from his apartment window a crime that happens in the building across the way. When he contacts the police to investigate, they discover the apartment is empty, and no one has lived there for quite awhile. The police, thinking the man has a screw loose, take him to a mental hospital, where Karloff plays a psychiatrist. When the crime actually happens the next day, the man is considered the prime suspect, even though he can accurately describe the perpetrator to a tee. Can this man see events before they happen? Or is he the actually the man behind the crime?
The second story is about a family living on a farm and the father passes on. After his death, it is discovered that there are two wills, one leaving everything to the older, more responsible brother who wants to keep the farm and care for his mother, and a second that names the younger, reckless, self-involved brother who wants to sell the farm, keep the money, and put the mother into an old folks home. Which one is real? A spectral vision will tell for sure. Karloff plays the family lawyer in this episode.
The third episode tells the tale of a cold-hearted sea captain and his tumultuous relationship with his wife. The love has left the marriage, and the captain sees an opportunity to finance a new ship in the arms of another woman, one who has recently come into a large sum of money. If only he wasn't married...What to do? Karloff stars in this episode as the sea captain.
The fourth and final episode is a story about a man who has dreams about Jack the Ripper. He sees the crimes before they occur, and can give great detail about the events. The police are skeptical, and then believe the man may be the Ripper due to his intimate knowledge of the crimes, but soon discover otherwise as the crimes continue despite the man with the visions being locked up. Do they discover the identity of the Ripper before he kills again? Karloff does not appear in this last episode at all, only prior to the story starting and then again at the end, to wrap things up.
This isn't a bad little collection of made for television stories with a slight, macabre twist. The stories aren't really all that shocking, but I suspect the passage of time may have lessened the overall effect. Of the four stories here, the first two are pretty tame, the third having a bit more juice, and the forth being quite tasty and atmospheric. I really enjoyed seeing Karloff, and he added much to those episodes he was in, always presenting a point of interest for the viewer. The title of this collection, obviously used for the sensational appeal, may be misleading to some thinking that this would be an entire movie or something about Jack the Ripper, but it isn't. Only the last episode deals with that subject. There is another release, one by Image Entertainment called The Veil (1958) that has all ten episodes of the unreleased television show, along with some extras worth looking into, and is available here, on this website. It cost a little more, but you get a whole lot more. Karloff fans and anyone else interested would probably be better off searching that out rather than settling for this partial release.
Cookieman108
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3 chilling tales from Karloff's TV show~ May 4 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
Karloff's unsold TV anthology "THE VEIL" is where these 3 spine~tinglers originate from.Story One concerns a father,a son,a will & a message from beyond the grave!Story two (my favorite) Karloff is a sea captain who ignores his wife until,finally,he kills her but she gets revenge from the grave!Story 3 concerns a clairvoyant who can "see" Jack the Ripper's murders as they happen!LOTS OF FUN!
BORIS AT HIS BEST!!!!! Aug. 19 2014
By Hoopty - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I own the complete series of The Veil and it is OUTSTANDING. These 4 stories plus the rest of the series are well worth the money
Treat yourself and purchase the complete set.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
review May 19 2008
By Marc A. Mallon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I was looking for something more historical but the product is as advertised, and came a little sooner than promised. So no complaints and a tip of the hat!!
1 of 13 people found the following review helpful
JACK THE RIPPER Feb. 23 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
This was the best video I have ever seen in my life. A look at the notorious killer.


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