Approved | | Drama, Thriller
Scientist Jim Grayam saves his boss' wife from suicide but falls in-love with her and plots to kill her husband by pretending to be criminally insane.
One scene foreshadows a classic scene in the 1978 classic National Lampoon's Animal House, which was made thirteen years later and probably just coincidence: John Mitchum, Robert Mitchum's real life brother, is an inmate playing an acoustic guitar and singing the opening line of "The Riddle Song" where the lyrics begin, "I gave my life a cherry..." In Animal House, John Belushi destroys musician Stephen Bishop's guitar as he sings the beginning of the song, and when John Mitchum sings the same verse, Jeffrey Hunter violently screams for him to "shut up!"
When Dr. Larstadt is looking at the x-rays of what is supposedly Grayam's skull, the films are clearly not all of the same person. Note the different dental work in the last two images, for example.