Damsel Lover
Re-watched Doctor X (1932) last night .  This film doesn’t hold up as well as its sister film, Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933), but it’s still a good watch.  The film was developed from a play, and it shows as it’s a little slow getting started but builds to a good climax.  Fay is great as always and Lionel Atwill holds up well.  Lee Tracy’s comedy is hit or miss - mostly miss - but was probably just fine in 1932.

Re-watched Doctor X (1932) last night .  This film doesn’t hold up as well as its sister film, Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933), but it’s still a good watch.  The film was developed from a play, and it shows as it’s a little slow getting started but builds to a good climax.  Fay is great as always and Lionel Atwill holds up well.  Lee Tracy’s comedy is hit or miss - mostly miss - but was probably just fine in 1932.

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