The Raven (1935 film)

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The Raven is a 1935 film about a brilliant surgeon obsessed with Edgar Allan Poe who saves the life of a beautiful dancer and goes mad when he can't have her.

Directed by Lew Landers. Written by David Boehm.
While this mad surgical genius chanted "The Raven," horrible screams rose up from his torture chamber below!  (taglines)

Dr. Richard Vollin[edit]

  • Your monstrous ugliness breeds monstrous hatred. Good! I can use your hate.
  • Torture waiting... waiting. It will be sweet, Judge Thatcher!
  • Poe, you are avenged!

Dialogue[edit]

Judge Thatcher: I'll pay you any amount of money, Dr. Vollin,
Dr. Richard Vollin: Money means nothing to me.
Judge Thatcher: But someone is dying! your obligation as a member of the medical profession...
Dr. Richard Vollin: I respect no obligation. I am a law unto himself!
Judge Thatcher: But you have no human feeling? My daughter is dying!
Dr. Richard Vollin: Death hasn't the same significance for me as it has for you.

Taglines[edit]

  • The uncanny master of make-up in a new amazing shocker
  • The uncanny master of make-up in a new amazing thriller!
  • The Edgar Allan Poe Mystery Show!
  • While this mad surgical genius chanted "The Raven," horrible screams rose up from his torture chamber below!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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