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Calling Dr. Death

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A police inspector (J. Carrol Naish) solves the murder of a neurologist's (Lon Chaney) unfaithful wife.

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  • Sep 05, 2010
    This is a strange movie, I wasn't sure how to rate it. It's not bad or good, it's just okay.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Feb 12, 2010
    The first of Universal's Inner Sanctum series (and the second I've seen) seems to have a pattern building: Reginal Le Borg's stylish but not overbearing direction with a not-too-believaable performance by Lon Chaney Jr as some sort of doctor ominously whispering his thoughts. Oh, and of course he gets thrown into grisley situation that he didn't, but is of course made to look that he did cause. Like what I'm guessing is the case with the rest of the Inner Sanctum, series, Calling Dr. Death is basically just a (very predicatable) mystery with very little in the supernatural department that the advertising seems to be riding upon. Ultimately, Le Borg's direction (especially during the hypnosis scenes) was the draw for me, not to mention that they don't make women like Patrica Morison and Ramsay Ames anymore.
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