An ex-vaudeville actor is working as the assistant to a doctor who has Frankenstein aspirations. The ex-vaudeville actor kills the doctor and decides to assume the identity of the dead physician.
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Marah R (ru) wrote: Interesting story but the characters are very bland and the movie is in a constant ride.
Chris V (ag) wrote: Weird indeed, but very funny. A great movie.
John B (nl) wrote: A bit crappy I'm afraid despite the all-star lineup. This one belongs in the lineup of ABC's After School Specials.
Sharon B (kr) wrote: Stunning. Watched it as a teenager and remember it still.
Anthony S (fr) wrote: Cary Grant is charming and great like always, but he can't make up for this pedestrian and unfunny script.
Caio A (ca) wrote: I still remember laughing my hat off while watching this film during my early teen years.
Matthew D (fr) wrote: The essential backstage musical, 42nd Street, even though its eighty years old, still compels with its wonderfully witty script and slightly over the top but still great acting. Ruby Keeler's film debut is ever so slightly annoying, teetering on an thin line between camp and truly mediocre. But the score, refreshingly stuck-in-the-headie type music, does entertain.