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Appearing in "Terror Tale"

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Synopsis for "Terror Tale"

A vampire captures a fat man and takes his victim to display him to his brothers. They all agree that not even the Beast-Man captures such victims and ask the fat man his name. The fat man doesn't speak and instead transforms into the Beast-Man and attacks the vampires.

Appearing in "The Man Who Isn't There"

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Isn't There"

A thief comes into possession of an invisibility cloak and goes on a looting spree. Just as he is about to leave his run-down tenement, his landlady enters the room with the police, and he successful uses the cloak to disguise his presence from them. After they leave the room, they lock up the entrance to the building and fumigate it.

Appearing in "Brother of a Monster"

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Two brothers, a deformed one and handsome one, are situated near the occurrence of murders. People suspect the deformed one as the culprit, but it turns out to be the other one.

Appearing in "The Iron Lady"

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Synopsis for "The Iron Lady"

Elmer is a farmer who is impressed with the strength of Mr. Brewster's Agatha robot at the carnival and offers to pay Mr. Brewster for Agatha's assistance on the farm. Mr. Brewster agrees but with the condition he goes with Agatha, only he instructs her, and that she doesn't work at night. Elmer figures all he has to do to get more productivity out of the robot is to shoot Mr. Brewster but the rifle blast is ineffective because Mr. Brewster reveals that he is a robot also and breaks Elmer's neck.

Appearing in "What's New?"

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Synopsis for "What's New?"

Jim is interrupted in hanging himself and tells his rescuer why he tried to do it. Jim is a promoter who chased away the greatest act to ever audition for him: a time traveler from the twenty-fourth century who tells fortunes by using time travel. Jim's rescuer offers him the rope back.

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