Crime Doctor (1943) is a crime film adapted from the radio series of the same name. The film stars Warner Baxter as a man with amnesia determined to remember his past. Like the radio series, the film deals with the complex issues of mental health and moral responsibility in the criminal justice system. The film was released by Columbia Pictures.
Nine sequels followed, all starring Baxter. These later films were more conventional mysteries than the original movie, with the main character working as a psychiatrist to rehabilitate lawbreakers while also solving crimes as an amateur sleuth. Baxter finished his career with the series, which was relatively easy work for him. Baxter had suffered a nervous breakdown and severe arthritis. He died two years after the final "Crime Doctor" film.
|Drehbuch:||Charles Graham Baker|
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