The Crime of Dr. Crespi

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The Crime of Dr. Crespi is a 1935 film a crazed scientist who invents a serum that induces a catatonic state in whoever it is injected into. He uses the serum to paralyze his enemies, so that he can bury them alive.

Directed by John H. Auer. Written by Lou Goldberg, based on the short story by Edgar Allan Poe.
SCREEN'S SUPER-THRILLER...AN EPIC OF HORROR!  (taglines)

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  • SCREEN'S SUPER-THRILLER...AN EPIC OF HORROR!
  • It Starts Where "Frankenstein" Left Off!

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