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I read some of the other comments regarding this movie, and I have to disagree with them...I found this obscure movie starring Gloria Talbott and John Agar to be entertaining. Granted, this a low budget movie so I didn't have a lot of expectations. But I found the atmosphere to be appropriately spooky and I thought it was an interesting twist on the Jekkyl and Hyde story. The plot line is rather predictable, and the special effects are not great, but if you are a fan of low budget 1950's horror flicks, or love John Agar and Gloria Talbott, you should enjoy this movie. I am a fan of low budget horror movies so this probably made a difference in the way I viewed this movie. Gloria Talbott was very pretty and capable in her role, although John Agar looked like he wanted to be anywhere than in this movie. (What was with the striped jacket he had to wear throughout the whole movie?!!) I found this movie to be fun. Just don't expect too much and you will enjoy this.
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