Torture Ship

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Torture Ship is a 1939 film about a mad scientist who performs experiments on "the criminal mind" on captured criminals on board his private ship.

Directed by Victor Hugo Halperin. Written by Harvey Huntley, based on Jack London's short story "A Thousand Deaths".


First reporter: Doctor, is it true that through your experiments in endocrine glands you can cure crime?
Second reporter: What about this crime cure?
Dr. Herbert Stander: Boys, after the grand jury's decision, I'll have a statement to make. If making a criminal mind is normal... than I'll be indicted.


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