A mad scientist injects his enemies with an acromegaly virus, causing them to become hideously deformed.
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Lowly PRC hadn't released a horror picture in nearly 17 months, having spent most of 1943 substantially expanding their once-laughable capabilities by purchasing the bankrupt Chadwick Studio (a poverty row operation that specialized in renting stages and production equipment to low-budget producers along Gower) for $305,000. While critics - what few that would review a PRC release - complained about the film's lack of action, production values were noted to be somewhat higher than earlier releases. See more
In the scene where Patricia is reading the note on the flowers her nails go from being painted a dark color to not being painted at all when the camera zooms into the note she is holding. See more