The Man Who Lived Twice (1936) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Man Who Lived Twice (1936)





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In this interesting drama, a disfigured fugitive killer gets a second chance at life when he hides out in a hospital and overhears a doctor discussing his innovative scientific theories. The murderer accosts the doctor and forces him to perform a radical surgery that will change the criminal's face and brain and make him into a better person. Using a new name, the crook becomes a top doctor. Unfortunately, he could change his face, but he could not flee his past and he finds himself standing trial and getting convicted. He is later pardoned by the governor.


Ralph Bellamy
as Dr. James Blake/'Slick' Rawley
Marian Marsh
as Janet Haydon
Thurston Hall
as Dr. Clifford L. Schuyler
Isabel Jewell
as Peggy Russell
Nana Bryant
as Mrs. Margaret Schuyler
Ward Bond
as Gloves Baker
Henry Kolker
as Judge Treacher
Edward Keane
as Police Commissioner
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It's farfetched but fairly interesting.

September 26, 2019 | Full Review…

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