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November 07, 2010

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Cameron Estep

This story was a good and important tale that should fall under the cautionary tales category because when one experimemts with murder it can have dangerous consequences like the cynical Dr. Bronson found out. While I like the 1943 version with Laird Cregar who was in the 20th Century Fox film the Lodger and also in the Black Swan with Tyrone Power, Heaven Can Wait with Don Ameche, and Hangover Square with Linda Darnell I really like the 1946 version because it featured the screen villian Henry Daniell who was perfect for this part like his other cold-hearted performances like Moriarty in the Woman in Green (with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce) Mr. Brocklehurst in Jane Eyre (with Joan Fontaine) Dr. MacFarlene in and the Body Snatcher (with Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. The story was great one to listen to.

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