Corridors of Blood

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Corridors of Blood is a 1958 film about a doctor who fights for the use of anesthetic in surgery, only to become addicted to it himself.

Directed by Robert Day. Written by Jean Scott Rogers.
Tops in Terror!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Mr Blount: A good day's work, Bolton! You're getting faster all the time. Beats me how you do it!
Dr. Bolton: No matter how fast I still can't save them!
Mr Blount: Yes, most distresing, but, alas, inevitably you can't have operations without screams. Pain and the knife, they're inseparable!
Dr. Bolton: I beg to differ. Someday surgery must and will be made painless.

Hospital chairman: Mr. Bolton, the committee have decided against holding any further demonstrations
Dr. Bolton: Well, Charles, you've lost faith with me too?
Hospital chairman: The decision's for your own good.
Dr. Bolton: You can't stop me. Operations without pain are possible, and I'll not rest until I've proved it to you!

Taglines[edit]

  • Tops in Terror!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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