Approved | | Crime, Horror, Mystery
When several women are found mutilated and murdered, the Paris police are baffled as to who the killer may be. All evidence points to Dupin, but soon it becomes apparent that it is someone (or something) stronger and deadlier than a human.
To take advantage of the 3-D process in which it was originally released, throughout the film, characters and objects are thrown at the lens, move toward the camera or are quickly zoomed in on. While this may have elicited gasps and applause from 1954 movie audiences, when seeing it shown "flat" as it is on television, this becomes both intrusive and distracting.
These days inspector everything is Freud or it is nothing, Freud and the libido, anything new, especialy from zoologists like myself...
Prof. Paul Dupin: ...At least has a reception here. Dr. Marais maintains that in all forms of life, from the micro to man, the ...
Dr. Marais: ...
This story is set in Paris, France, which means that all signs and printed material should be in French; however, there are several signs in the English language, such as UNIVERSITY OF PARIS.
Originally released in a 3D dual-strip version.