The Brute Man (1946)

Unrated   |    |  Drama, Horror, Thriller

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A facially deformed and mentally unhinged man wreaks his revenge on those who deformed him with a series of brutal murders.




  • Rondo Hatton in The Brute Man (1946)
  • Tom Neal in The Brute Man (1946)
  • Rondo Hatton and Jan Wiley in The Brute Man (1946)
  • Rondo Hatton and Jan Wiley in The Brute Man (1946)
  • Jane Adams, Rondo Hatton, Tom Neal, and Jan Wiley in The Brute Man (1946)
  • Jane Adams and Rondo Hatton in The Brute Man (1946)

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23 February 2006 | chris_gaskin123
| Beware of the Creeper
For such a low budget movie and from PRC as well, The Brute Man is quite good.

As a result of an experiment going wrong at university, Hal Moffat becomes disfigured and some years later, starts killing people. His victims include a grocer's delivery boy and a jeweller. He makes friends with a blind woman but nearly kills her after shopping him to the police and is arrested in her home after she set him up.

The Brute Man is shot well in black and white and is certainly one of the better efforts from PRC.

I've never heard of any of the cast in this, with Rondo Hatton in the title role.

This is worth checking out. A good way to spend an hour one afternoon or evening.

Rating: 3 stars out of 5.

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