A series of strange deaths takes place in London. All are accidents but the victims are single men with no family and they all have a link to a life insurance company run by the mysterious Dr. Orloff.
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A Brute With the Power of a Giant Who Kills at the Command of a Mad Svengali!
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The Stainsbury machine is a Braille shorthand machine. Henry Stainsby, superintendent of Birmingham Institution of the Blind in England and Alfred Wayne developed several of these devices, commencing in 1899. The one seen on the film is similar to the 'Improved Stainsby Braille Writer' of 1933. See more
Dr. Feodor Orloff
You have been very foolish, Lou. You are blind, and you cannot speak. But you can hear - and that will never do!
When re-released theatrically in the UK in 1949, the BBFC made cuts to secure a 'A' rating. All cuts were waived in 1953 when the film was re-released theatrically with a 'X' certificate and later in 1993 when released with a 'PG' certificate for home video. See more