I first saw this movie when I was 12 years old (that's a long time ago) and it scared the living daylights out of me. I didn't remember much about it (as I spent most of the movie under the seat) until I saw it much later. What a cracker for a low budget film made in 1948. It said everything in a short time as it was only 50 minutes long. Of course it would be dated now but in its time it must have been one of the best horror-type films around. I had seen Frankenstein, Dracula and the Wolfman which were classics of their time but quite laughable when you come to think of it but this one stilled scared the life out of me even at the later viewing. Again, as with "Incident at Owl Creek" and "The Stranger Left No Card" length did not matter. See it if you can!
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