A controversial osteopath sets out to cure the daughter of a famous surgeon - and falls in love with her in the process.

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Anton Ragatzy
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Lalage Sturdee
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Peter Murray-Hill ...
Basil Owen
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Joseph Sturdee
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Sir Montague Tollemach
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A controversial osteopath sets out to cure the daughter of a famous surgeon - and falls in love with her in the process.

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17 March 1940 (USA)  »

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Le triomphe de l'amour  »

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This is one of about three dozen British films picked up by CBS in 1949 for television presentation in New York City on WCBS (Channel 2). Its initial telecast took place Friday 20 May 1949. See more »

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Sanders in a typical role
2 March 2016 | by (london) – See all my reviews

George Sanders stars as a charlatan psychopath.He has invented a machine which is supposed to help make people walk.Rather to spite the chief of his opponents,Kynaston Reeves,he manages to persuade his daughter to take the treatment,which will last for months.As a result her boyfriend rather looses interest in her and becomes involved with an American singer played by Barabara Blair.In a nightclub on New Years Eve she sings a rather catchy number "Dreaming Of You"'Sanders has fallen for his patient.He calls a press conference to prove his methods.However she is unable to walk.She tries and falls to the ground.Sanders manages to get her to Twitter a few steps in private.The ending is extremely silly and ruins what had gone before.


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