Hypnotized (1932 film)
Hypnotized is a 1932 American comedy film directed by Mack Sennett. The film presents various comic plotlines about a group of circus performers on a transatlantic crossing. The plots include a prize ticket winner being hoodwinked by a crooked hypnotist and his attempts to recover the winning ticket.
|Directed by||Mack Sennett|
|Produced by||Mack Sennett|
|Written by||Felix Adler|
Lewis R. Foster
|Distributed by||Sono Art-World Wide Pictures|
- Charles Murray, Charlie O'Brien
- Ernest Torrence, Prof. Horace S. Limberly a crooked hypnotist
- George Moran and Charles Mack blackface minstrel performers the Two Black Crows
- Wallace Ford, as Bill Bogard, the prize ticket winner
- Maria Alba, Princess Mitzi
- Marjorie Beebe, Pearl, the maid
- Herman Bing, Capt. Otto Von Stormberg
- Matt McHugh, Drummer
- Luis Alberni, Hungarian Consul
- Mitchell Harris, circus ringmaster
- Nona Mozelle, as the captain's girl friend
- Alexander Carr, as Abe Shapiro
- Harry Schultz, as Ludwig, first mate
- Brent E. Walker Mack Sennett's Fun Factory: A History and Filmography of His Studio ... 2013 0786477113 "Also aboard the ship is Professor Limberly, a hypnotist played in extravagant glory by Ernest Torrence in top hat, cape ..."
- Michelle Vogel - Lupe Velez: The Life and Career of Hollywood's "Mexican Spitfire" 078646139X 2012 "Hypnotized (1932) On February 20, 1932, Hollywood Citizen News reported that Mack Sennett had been working on the script for Hypnotized since June 1931. Up to twenty writers had collaborated with him and at the time of the article it was estimated that $100,000 (approximately $1.6 million in 2011) had already been invested in the production. W.C. Fields and Charles Mack had been signed and"