New York newspaper reporter Walter Barnett finds himself out of a job after he claims to have found actress Angela Merrova dead in her apartment - only the next day she showed up alive and threatened to sue the paper. Determined to investigate he discovers her involvement with a strange doctor who is an expert on human blood. Barnett then finds a connection to a series of gruesome murders where the victims were all found drained of blood. Written by
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HE ROSE FROM THE DEAD...TO HAUNT THE LIVING!!!
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Did You Know?
said of this film: "This is one of the pictures that made me march in to [Warner Bros. studio chief Jack L. Warner
] and ask for more money again. You can't believe what this one was like. I had a part that somebody like Bela Lugosi
or Boris Karloff
should have played. I was this doctor, brought back to life, and the only thing that nourished this poor bastard was blood. If it had been Jack Warner's blood, or Harry's, or Pop's, maybe I wouldn't have minded as much. The trouble was, they were drinking mine and I was making this stinking movie." See more
When Bogart abducts Rosemary Lane they leave in a light colored, late '30's cab. As the police pursue them it changes to a black, vintage car. When they arrive at the hide-out in the woods its a newer light colored cab again. See more
Dr. Francis Flegg
Interesting stuff, blood.
Referenced in Biography: Humphrey Bogart