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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Crime Doctor's Strangest Case (1943) DVD-R

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Starring Warner Baxter, Lynn Merrick, Gloria Dickson, Barton MacLane, Jerome Cowan,

Reginald Denny, Lloyd Bridges

Directed by Eugene Forde



Print: black/white

Runtime: 68 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



This second entry in Columbia's "Crime Doctor" series once again stars Warner Baxter as

Dr. Ordway, a former criminal turned criminologist. In this outing, Ordway is called in to

analyze the dreams of elderly Patricia Cornwall (Virginia Brissac). It is hoped that this will

provide a clue to the long-ago disappearance of Patricia's husband-not to mention $30,000.

Naturally, there's at least one person who doesn't want the secret revealed, and that's the

person who murdered Cornwall and hid his body in the basement of a popular café. Could

the guilty party be Diana Burns (Rose Hobart), widow of Cornwall's former partner, who has

just become a murder victim himself? Billed ninth in the cast of Crime Doctor's Strangest

Case is young Columbia contractee Lloyd Bridges.

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Starring Warner Baxter, Lynn Merrick, Gloria Dickson, Barton MacLane, Jerome Cowan,
Reginald Denny, Lloyd Bridges
Directed by Eugene Forde

Print: black/white
Runtime: 68 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

This second entry in Columbia's "Crime Doctor" series once again stars Warner Baxter as
Dr. Ordway, a former criminal turned criminologist. In this outing, Ordway is called in to
analyze the dreams of elderly Patricia Cornwall (Virginia Brissac). It is hoped that this will
provide a clue to the long-ago disappearance of Patricia's husband-not to mention $30,000.
Naturally, there's at least one person who doesn't want the secret revealed, and that's the
person who murdered Cornwall and hid his body in the basement of a popular café. Could
the guilty party be Diana Burns (Rose Hobart), widow of Cornwall's former partner, who has
just become a murder victim himself? Billed ninth in the cast of Crime Doctor's Strangest
Case is young Columbia contractee Lloyd Bridges.

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