The Man with Nine Lives

1940

The Man with Nine Lives is a 1940 American horror mystery science fiction directed by Nick Grinde and starring Boris Karloff.[1]

Both The Man with Nine Lives and The Man They Could Not Hang were based in part on the real-life saga of Dr. Robert Cornish, a University of California professor who, in 1934, announced he had restored life to a dog named Lazarus that he had put to death by clinical means. The resulting publicity (including a Time magazine article and motion picture footage of the allegedly re-animated canine) led to Cornish being booted off campus.[2]

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Kinostart:1940
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Genre:Mysteryfilm
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 541
Verleih:Columbia Pictures
Regie:Nick Grinde
Drehbuch:Karl Brown
Kamera:Benjamin H. Kline
Produzent:Wallace MacDonald
Darsteller:Boris Karloff
Byron Foulger
Minta Durfee
Charles Miller
Wedgwood Nowell
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