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Hypnosis (film)

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Hypnosis (German: Hypnose) is a 1920 German silent film directed by Richard Eichberg and featuring Béla Lugosi.[1] The film had an alternate title, Slave of a Foreign Will (Slaven Fremdes Willens). Lugosi played a strange hypnotist with heavy eye makeup (one of his earliest "weird roles") who puts a young girl named Claire Raven in a trance. The film was made in 1919, but only released in early January 1920.[2] This was Lugosi's first German film, and it was here he met actress Violetta Napierska, the two having a romantic relationship while he lived in Germany.

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