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    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A nurse consoles herself with a box of chocolates as she reads a paper-back thriller. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1955




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    An American soldier taking a communist prisoner during the Korean war. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1952




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Diana Clarence on a diving board, part of a demonstration of the drug Methylpentinol which is claimed to dispel fear. (Photo by Stanley Sherman/Express/Getty Images). 24th June 1954




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A young couple ride on a ghost train at the Rockaway Playland, Belle Harbour, New York. (Photo by Orlando /Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1960




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Italian film star Sophia Loren cowers in her car as a crowd of ardent fans press around her, smashing the windscreen in their eagerness to see her. Sophia is taking part in the annual Rome to San Remo Cinema Car Rally. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 9th April 1956




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Jews from the Warsaw ghetto surrender to German soldiers after the uprising. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1943




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A little girl is not too happy about the crab she is holding. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images). 11th April 1936




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Joey, the chimpanzee on the right is tormenting Fifi by blowing up a balloon and then waiting for the bang, during the chimps Christmas party at London Zoo. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images). December 1955




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Two dodgem car passengers are surprised to see Susie the circus bear bumping into them at the fun fair attached to Bertram Mills Circus in Olympia, London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Getty Images). 1954




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    British comedian and director Charles Chaplin (1889–1977) shares his prison cell with a tough-looking character in a scene from the comedy [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin himself. (Photo by Max Munn Autrey/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    British actress Mabel Poulton (1901–1994) stars in [Murder in Motley] at the Winter Garden Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). April 1935




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Actress Honor Blackman being lowered by a ships windlass for a scene in the film [Green Grow The Rushes] (aka [Brandy Ashore]), directed by Derek N Twist and produced by British Lion. (Photo by Picture Post/Getty Images). 1951




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    American comedian Andy Devine (1905–1977) pulls the pin out of a grenade, to the horror of John Lester Johnson, in a scene from the film [Radio Patrol], directed by Edward L Cahn for Universal. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1932




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Stuart Erwin (1903–1967) receives the amorous advances of Susan Fleming in the Paramount film [He Learned About Women]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1933




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A German soldier takes aim as a British Army officer pleads for his life in the theatre production [The Conquering Hero]. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). 1924




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Donald Reed, Alice White (1907–1983) the American leading lady who played [flappers], Arthur Stonel and Lucien Prival, all First National players are looking rather nervous as they take a trip on the helter-skelter. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1930




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Young Jackie Coogan (1914–1984) guards a door, gun in hand, in a scene from the silent era film [Little Robinson Crusoe]. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). 1923




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A group of terrified citizens run away while a tentacled sea monster attacks a clocktower in San Francisco, in a film still from from [It Came From Beneath the Sea], directed by Robert Gordon, 1955. (Photo by Colombia Pictures/Courtesy of Getty Images)




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    American comedian Harold Lloyd (1893–1971) holds a barrel above his head in a scene from an unknown film. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1924




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Mexican actress Maria Felix in a scene from the film [La Corona Negra] directed by Luis Saslavsky and produced by Suevia Films. (Photo by Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1951




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Bernard Braden and Joan Miller look, with terrified amazement, at the telephone which has fallen on the floor, in a scene from an English production of the play [The Man]. (Photo by Haywood Magee/Getty Images). 1953




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Alexis France as Baba Laurence and Antoinette Cellier as Irene in the play [Sixteen], at the Criterion Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). 3rd April 1934




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Two frightened young children crying. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1950




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    British comic actor Will Hay (1888–1949) picks on young Tommy Bupp in a scene from the gangster comedy [Hey! Hey! USA], directed by Marcel Varnel for Gainsborough/Gaumont British. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1938




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Director of [Emma] Clarence Brown (1890–1987) takes Marie Dressler on a fairground ride during the filming of [Emma] for MGM. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1932




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    A small child sits crying amongst the rubble in Orleanville, Algeria, following an earthquake which killed 1,100 people. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 11th September 1954




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    British comic actor Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977) directs and stars in the United Artists film [Circus]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1928




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Too late, the victim realises he has been trapped a malevolent pair of hairy hands, in a scene from Paul Lenis [The Cat And The Canary]. (Photo by Henry Guttmann/Getty Images). 1927




    Simply: Fright. Part II


    Actress Iris Hoey, under attack from a model tiger in the play [Collusion], at the Ambassadors Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). Circa 1924



    PART I



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Simply: Fright. Part II


Simply: Fright. Part II


A nurse consoles herself with a box of chocolates as she reads a paper-back thriller. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1955




Simply: Fright. Part II


An American soldier taking a communist prisoner during the Korean war. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1952




Simply: Fright. Part II


Diana Clarence on a diving board, part of a demonstration of the drug Methylpentinol which is claimed to dispel fear. (Photo by Stanley Sherman/Express/Getty Images). 24th June 1954




Simply: Fright. Part II


A young couple ride on a ghost train at the Rockaway Playland, Belle Harbour, New York. (Photo by Orlando /Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1960




Simply: Fright. Part II


Italian film star Sophia Loren cowers in her car as a crowd of ardent fans press around her, smashing the windscreen in their eagerness to see her. Sophia is taking part in the annual Rome to San Remo Cinema Car Rally. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 9th April 1956




Simply: Fright. Part II


Jews from the Warsaw ghetto surrender to German soldiers after the uprising. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1943




Simply: Fright. Part II


A little girl is not too happy about the crab she is holding. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images). 11th April 1936




Simply: Fright. Part II


Joey, the chimpanzee on the right is tormenting Fifi by blowing up a balloon and then waiting for the bang, during the chimps Christmas party at London Zoo. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images). December 1955




Simply: Fright. Part II


Two dodgem car passengers are surprised to see Susie the circus bear bumping into them at the fun fair attached to Bertram Mills Circus in Olympia, London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Getty Images). 1954




Simply: Fright. Part II


British comedian and director Charles Chaplin (1889–1977) shares his prison cell with a tough-looking character in a scene from the comedy [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin himself. (Photo by Max Munn Autrey/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




Simply: Fright. Part II


British actress Mabel Poulton (1901–1994) stars in [Murder in Motley] at the Winter Garden Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). April 1935




Simply: Fright. Part II


Actress Honor Blackman being lowered by a ships windlass for a scene in the film [Green Grow The Rushes] (aka [Brandy Ashore]), directed by Derek N Twist and produced by British Lion. (Photo by Picture Post/Getty Images). 1951




Simply: Fright. Part II


American comedian Andy Devine (1905–1977) pulls the pin out of a grenade, to the horror of John Lester Johnson, in a scene from the film [Radio Patrol], directed by Edward L Cahn for Universal. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1932




Simply: Fright. Part II


Stuart Erwin (1903–1967) receives the amorous advances of Susan Fleming in the Paramount film [He Learned About Women]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1933




Simply: Fright. Part II


A German soldier takes aim as a British Army officer pleads for his life in the theatre production [The Conquering Hero]. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). 1924




Simply: Fright. Part II


Donald Reed, Alice White (1907–1983) the American leading lady who played [flappers], Arthur Stonel and Lucien Prival, all First National players are looking rather nervous as they take a trip on the helter-skelter. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1930




Simply: Fright. Part II


Young Jackie Coogan (1914–1984) guards a door, gun in hand, in a scene from the silent era film [Little Robinson Crusoe]. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). 1923




Simply: Fright. Part II


A group of terrified citizens run away while a tentacled sea monster attacks a clocktower in San Francisco, in a film still from from [It Came From Beneath the Sea], directed by Robert Gordon, 1955. (Photo by Colombia Pictures/Courtesy of Getty Images)




Simply: Fright. Part II


American comedian Harold Lloyd (1893–1971) holds a barrel above his head in a scene from an unknown film. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1924




Simply: Fright. Part II


Mexican actress Maria Felix in a scene from the film [La Corona Negra] directed by Luis Saslavsky and produced by Suevia Films. (Photo by Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1951




Simply: Fright. Part II


Bernard Braden and Joan Miller look, with terrified amazement, at the telephone which has fallen on the floor, in a scene from an English production of the play [The Man]. (Photo by Haywood Magee/Getty Images). 1953




Simply: Fright. Part II


Alexis France as Baba Laurence and Antoinette Cellier as Irene in the play [Sixteen], at the Criterion Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). 3rd April 1934




Simply: Fright. Part II


Two frightened young children crying. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1950




Simply: Fright. Part II


British comic actor Will Hay (1888–1949) picks on young Tommy Bupp in a scene from the gangster comedy [Hey! Hey! USA], directed by Marcel Varnel for Gainsborough/Gaumont British. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1938




Simply: Fright. Part II


Director of [Emma] Clarence Brown (1890–1987) takes Marie Dressler on a fairground ride during the filming of [Emma] for MGM. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1932




Simply: Fright. Part II


A small child sits crying amongst the rubble in Orleanville, Algeria, following an earthquake which killed 1,100 people. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 11th September 1954




Simply: Fright. Part II


British comic actor Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977) directs and stars in the United Artists film [Circus]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1928




Simply: Fright. Part II


Too late, the victim realises he has been trapped a malevolent pair of hairy hands, in a scene from Paul Lenis [The Cat And The Canary]. (Photo by Henry Guttmann/Getty Images). 1927




Simply: Fright. Part II


Actress Iris Hoey, under attack from a model tiger in the play [Collusion], at the Ambassadors Theatre, London. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images). Circa 1924



PART I



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