The Evil Mind (1934) Starring Claude Rains and Fay Wray
A Man Who Pretends To Read minds finds his predictions coming true.He then Is Accused of causing the accidents that he predicted. In 1933, Fay Wray was being threatened on movie screens by more than just King Kong. Next in The Vampire Bat by, surprisingly enough, a bat, and then in The Mystery Of The Wax Museum, threatened by as she faultlessly played hapless heroines in horrendous hazards. For the second and third time, she also had to endure Lionel Atwill’s formidable villainy. Consequently, the year 1933 was to be Fay’s busiest, as eleven different movies took to the screen with her name in the cast.
Fay Wray died in her Manhattan apartment in 2004 from natural causes, close to a month before celebrating her 97th birthday. The immortal paramour of the apes, Fay Wray had been approached by director Peter Jackson about appearing in his remake of King Kong, but declined with an unarguable finality. Some actors will go to extraordinary lengths to avoid working in New Zealand.