The Mask of Diijon is a 1946 black-and-white suspense film. The film, now considered film noir, was directed by Lew Landers and released by Producers Releasing Corporation. Diijon, a tired magician, gives up his act to study the power of the mind. His wife Victoria, once supportive, now is struggling to pay bills. She urges her stubborn and older husband to return to the magic field where Diijon was considered one of the greats. He refuses but does reluctantly agree to do a hypnotism nightclub act at Victoria's urging. The act goes bad and he's laughed off the stage. He's convinced this is...
|Release date:||March 7, 1946|
|Directed by:||Lew Landers|
|Producer:||Max Alexander, Alfred Stern|
|Editor:||Roy V. Livingston|
|Screenplay by:||Griffin Jay, Arthur St. Claire|