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The Demon Doctor

UK 1936
produced by
Julius Hagen, Edward L.Alperson (executive) for Julius Hagen Productions
directed by Henry Edwards
starring Boris Karloff, Joan Wyndham, Arthur Margetson, Mona Goya, Anthony Ireland, Morton Selten, Nina Boucicault, Gibb McLaughlin, J.H.Roberts, Victor Rietti
sreenplay by Cyril Campion, H.Fowler Mear, based on the novel by Alice Campbell, music by W.L.Trytel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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All Lady Yvonne Clifford (Mona Goya) is using her much older, bed-ridden husband Sir Charles (Morton Selten) for is to get money out of him to spend on her lover Captain Arthur Hallyday (Anthony Ireland) ... something Sir Charles eventually notices, so he puts his son from a previous marriage Roger (Arthur Margetson) in charge of his vast fortune ... and all of a sudden Lady Yvonne has to realize that Captain Hallyday starts looking elsewhere.

So Lady Hallyday makes up a cunning plan and hires a brilliant but terminally ill scientist, Doctor Sartorius (Boris Karloff) to treat her husband, with the sole purpose to kill him, to which Sartorius agrees because he desperately needs funding to finish his experiments before his death.

Ultimately, Sartorius does what was asked from him, but the whole thing goes wrong on two accounts, 1) Sir Charles has inherited his vast fortune to his son Roger so Lady Yvonne can't give Sartorius the grant she promised, and 2) Sartorius nurse Eve (Joan Wyndham) has mislaid his lethal syringe, the sole evidence to his crime, and Eve is romantically involved with Roger.

Eventually, Eve starts to grow a little suspicious about her employer Sartorius, and when she finds the syringe she has it analyzed and finds a most potent poison - but by that time, Sartorius and Lady Yvonne are already preparing to kill Roger, the only man standing between them and Sir Charles' vast fortune ... but of course everything comes out all right in the end for Roger and Eve.

 

Basically this is a routine crime drana with Boris Karloff once again as a villain ... but if you like your crime dramas old-fashioned and with adventurous murder plots and inheritance schemes thrown in, there is no reason for you not to like this movie. Just don't expect anything too special.

 

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