Mad Love (1935)
Average Rating: 7.5/10
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Release Date: Jul 12, 1935 Wide
Average Rating: 3.8/5
User Ratings: 1,971
In his first American film, Peter Lorre portrays egg-bald Dr. Gogol. A brilliant and highly respected surgeon, Gogol would give up everything he has in life for the love of Yvonne Orlac (Frances Drake), star of the Parisian Horror Theatre. But Yvonne is deeply in love with her husband, concert pianist Stephen Orlac (Colin Clive). When Orlac loses his hands in a train accident, Yvonne pleads with Gogol to save her husband. Perversely, he does so by grafting the hands of a recently executed
Jul 12, 1935 Wide
Sep 30, 1992
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This movie is full of creepy imagery and entendre; some of the surgical accoutrement make David Cronenberg look like Steven Spielberg!
Wild Peter Lorre horror classic directed by great Karl Freund.
The last half hour of Mad Love gets more and more strange until it becomes honestly horrifying.
Fascinating, ultra-creepy tale
Grim horror film from Karl Freund.
Audience Reviews for Mad Love
- Dr. Gogol: Why are you afraid of me? I love you, I love you. You came to life for me.
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