|From the collection of MSW|
Travel Facts: Terror Island was Houdini's second feature for Jesse L. Lasky's Famous Players Lasky. It was released by Paramount-Artcraft in 1920. The film co-starred Lila Lee. It was written by Arthur B. Reeve and John W. Grey (who had written Houdini's previous two film projects) and directed by the well-regarded James Cruze. It was shot in Los Angeles and on Catalina Island in November of 1919. The film was not as successful as his first Lasky feature, The Grim Game, and it would be the last movie Houdini made in Hollywood.
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