Man with Two Lives

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Man with Two Lives is a 1942 film about a man who is brought back from death at the same time a vicious criminal dies in the electric chair. However, the man's soul is now taken over by the electrocuted gangster, who embarks on a vengeful crime wave.

Directed by Phil Rosen. Written by Joseph Hoffman.
His Secret Means DEATH!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Hobart Bennett: Two months now. Two months - and his conduct becomes more and more extraordinary. Sometimes I can scarcely believe he's my son.
Dr. Richard Clark: Is he still so brusque?
Hobart Bennett: That's putting it mildly Doctor. I hate to admit this about Philip but he's often downright offensive.

Taglines[edit]

  • His Secret Means DEATH!

Cast[edit]

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