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An army private and his new bride are trying to honeymoon on an island occupied by the military and a murderer.
This was an adaptation of a Broadway play called "Without Warning". It opened at the National Theatre in New York on May 1, 1937 and ran for 17 performances. Eddie Craven originated his movie role in the play.
Private of the Guard:
So, you almost got liquidated, hanh?
Sally: What's that mean... 'liquidated?'
Eddie Pratt: I don't know. I never had any.
Sally: That might mean 'vaccinated.'
Private of the Guard: Yeah, practically the same thing.
When Jevries falls down the stairs, not only is it an obvious double with no facial relationship to Karloff, but he also has dark hair while Karloff's is white.
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