Black Friday (1940 film)
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Black Friday is a 1940 film about a doctor who transplants the brain of a gangster into his professor friend's body to save his life, but there is a side effect that causes a dangerous split personality.
A Reign Of HORROR... a man-made monster on the loose! (taglines)
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- Red Cannon: Who's the other customer?
- Dr. Ernest Sovac: The man you ran down, he's dying.
- Red Cannon: Softie, eh?
- Dr. Ernest Sovac: Here's a curious thing George. It seems that Louie Devore, one of Red Cannon gang, was found early this morning in a deserted building dying from the effects of a brutal beating. His back had been broken.
- Prof. George Kingsley: Good Heavens, Earnest. Why on Earth bother me with that gruesome stuff?
- Dr. Ernest Sovac: Sorry George.
- A Reign Of HORROR... a man-made monster on the loose!
- Boris Karloff — Dr. Ernest Sovac
- Bela Lugosi — Eric Marnay
- Stanley Ridges — Professor George Kingsley / Red Cannon
- Anne Nagel — Sunny Rogers
- Anne Gwynne — Jean Sovac
- Virginia Brissac — Mrs. Margaret Kingsley
- Edmund MacDonald — Frank Miller
- Paul Fix — William Kane
- Murray Alper — Bellhop
- Gonzalo Meroño — Richard Steward