Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Doctor X (1932)

Episode #20

Warner Bros. released Doctor X to theaters on August 27, 1932. Michael Curtiz directed the film which starred Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, and Lee Tracy.

‘Doctor X’ Movie Summary

In New York a lone man stalks the streets at night. He strangles and then cannibalizes men and women he comes across—young and old. After six such killings, the local newspapers have dubbed him The Moon Killer and, the police have labeled a scientist at the Academy of Surgical Research as a person of interest. Now a wisecracking reporter sets out to get a scoop and crack the case before anyone else can.

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Warner Bros. released Doctor X to theaters on August 27, 1932. Michael Curtiz directed the film which starred Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, and Lee Tracy.

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