Not Rated | | Horror, Sci-Fi
Dr. Laurience, a brilliant but unstable scientist experimenting with transferring minds, becomes vengeful when his magnate patron withdraws his support.
At the time that the film was made, Anna Lee (Dr. Clare Wyatt) was the wife of the director Robert Stevenson. They were married from 1934 to 1944.
Dr. Clare Wyatt:
Aren't you going to take me to the door.
Cab driver: I don't go to THAT door.
After Dr. Laurience transfers minds between himself and Dick Haslewood, Haslewood-now in Laurience's body-slams his restraint chair against the wall of his transfer booth, thereby shattering the glass, to effect his escape from the incoming gas. Moments later, however, when Clare and the police return Dick and the doctor to their respective chambers for mind re-transference, that booth is once-again intact and undamaged.
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