The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse Reviews
This film is a real treat. It's funny, creepy and suspenseful, all at the same time. Robinson begins to enjoy being a criminal, and his detached approach to crime makes him capable of committing murder without a second thought. Is he sane or insane? That's the question a jury must answer at the film's climax, and one the viewer still won't be able to answer after the movie's over.
(1938) The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
Somwhat of an odd film during it's time about a doctor's (Edward G. Robinson) strange fascination with the actions of criminals who eventually tags along with Bogart and company! Involving, but could've been longer!
3 out of 4