Approved | | Crime, Horror, Mystery
Insurance agent-physician collects on policies of men murdered by a disfigured resident of the home for the blind where he acts as doctor-on-call.
The first British horror movie to be rated 'H' for horrific, which was brought in by the British Board of Film Censors in 1933 for films that were deemed too horrific for children under 16 to see after the early 30s Universal horrors shocked audiences.
I can't! I daren't!
Det. Insp. Larry Holt: You'll dare. I've got to have sufficient proof that Dr. Orloff is a murderer and your father was his last victim.
Re-released after the Second World War in a colourised version.