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A good solid piece of British movie making of its period. No classic
but watchable. In the hands of a director like Hitchcock, and there are
some very Hitchcockian themes here, this material would have made a
minor classic. The former Concentration camp doctor's comeuppance (he
is gassed in the hold of a ship being fumigated) is wonderfully ironic.
The DVD watched was part of a 50 movie boxset from Mill Creek called Nightmare Worlds and the transfer is far from good. The image was fuzzy and broke up from time to time towards the end, and, somehow, presumably to save space on the disc, the frame had been cropped on all four sides. This was especially apparent during the opening credits and in a scene on a train where the evil Doctor and a padre are seated facing each other in a carriage having a conversation - all we see is their noses peeping out from the sides of the frame.
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