After several women are murdered, the police are baffled who the suspect is. All evidence points to Dupin, but soon it becomes apparent that it is something that is stronger and more deadlier than man.
Mad passions, madder deeds in the Edgar Allan Poe chiller!
Did You Know?
Actor Charles Gemora
(Sultan the ape) suffered a heart attack in 1943 which limited his screen time in the ape costume. He performed in his suit for closeups and any strenuous work was completed by a stuntman. See more
Although set in turn-of-the-century Paris, there's a scene in the movie, when the police inspector and Paul Dupin visit the fair to watch the acrobats at work, where you can see the famous Warner Studios water tower in the background for a brief moment. See more
Version of Murders in the Rue Morgue
Auprès de ma blonde ('Le Prisonnier de Hollande')
(uncredited) See more