| Comedy, Horror
The sinister Dr Watt has an evil scheme going. He's kidnapping beautiful young women and turning them into mannequins to sell to local stores. Fortunately for Dr Watt, Detective-Sergeant ...See full summary »
Not only did Angela Douglas played Doris in the film, she also played Doris in the Sylvester McCoy Doctor Who (1963) story "Battlefield"... but this time round she was the wife of Brigadier Alister Gordon Lethbridge Stewart
Det Sgt. Bung: It's only a mummy!
Albert: A mummy?
Albert: With a beard?
Det Sgt. Bung: Well, they didn't just do it to women - men got pickled too!
During one scene approximately one hour in, whilst being woken by electricity in a sitting position you can clearly see Kenneth Williams' right hand move to steady himself.
The title page at the beginning of the film shows the year as MCMXVI i.e. 1916.
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