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Dr. James Xavier is a world renowned scientist experimenting with human eyesight. He devises a drug, that when applied to the eyes, enables the user to see beyond the normal realm of our sight (ultraviolet rays etc.) it also gives the user the power to see through objects. Xavier tests this drug on himself, when his funding is cut off. As he continues to test the drug on himself, Xavier begins to see, not only through walls and clothes, but through the very fabric of reality! Written by
This film originally had a five minute prologue about the human senses. This prologue was removed from all post-theatrical prints of the film, and may have been removed from some of the theatrical release prints. This reduced the running time to 79 minutes. The footage still exists. See more »
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Always enjoyed every picture that Ray Milland had appeared in from the very beginning of his career to his later days, where he had to appear in very low budget films like most aging actors find themselves having to perform. In this film, Ray Milland (Dr. James Xavier),"The Lost Weekend",'45 is a doctor who experiments with his eyes and experiences some very unusual things that he is able to view with his eyes, like seeing through peoples clothing! Milland gives a great performance and keeps you glued to the screen. Diana Vander Vlis,(Dr. Diane Fairfax),"The Swimmer",'58, is Dr. Xaviers assistant and also his lover who manges to rescue him from the grips of Don Rickles,(Crane),"Casiino",'95, who manages to make money from the great talents of Dr. James Zavier. Don Rickles gives a fantastic supporting role and shows his great ability to perform as an actor. This is a very enjoyable film and worth while VIEWING!
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