Unrated | | Comedy, Crime, Horror
A wisecracking New York reporter intrudes on a research scientist's quest to unmask The Moon Killer.
The black and white version was distributed to smaller markets while the more expensive Technicolor prints were reserved for theaters in large cities.
Dr. Jerry Xavier:
Gentlemen, I am now turning on the 100 milliampere high-frequency coil. Your pulses are connected with the magnetic rotators, and each variation of your heartbeat reaction is amplified 4000 times. The rotor of the electrostatic machine is connected ...
Although he supposed to be a medical doctor, Dr. Xavier mispronounces "scalpel."
This film was shot in two versions. One camera unit, under Ray Rennahan, shot the film in two-color Technicolor. A second camera unit, under Richard Towers, shot the scenes at the same time in black and white. The black and white version was meant for foreign territories where Technicolor did not have facilities.