Not really a sequel to the 1932 two-strip Technicolor classic, DR. X, this strange Bogart film was merely an attempt by Warner Bros. to cash in on the second talkie horror boom. While rival studio Universal was making a fortune resurrecting the Frankenstein monster in SON OF FRANKENSTEIN
(and later Dracula, the Mummy, and the Wolfman), Warners found itself without any resident monster to revive. The studio had practically ignored the horror genre in the early 1930s, but did manage to produce two classics starring Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray, DR. X and THE MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
(1933). In an attempt to emulate Universal's formula for success, Warners decided to r...