1935 film by Eugene Frenke
- Directed by Eugene Frenke and James P. Hogan. Written by Arthur T. Horman, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Mary McCarthy.
The mystery of the man who conquered death! (taglines)
- A.K. Arnold: We feel it's time to become practical.
- John Kendrick: Practical? Nothing more practical has been thought of since the beginning of time - to bring the dead back to life. And you tell me I'm not practical.
- A.K. Arnold: Well, maybe so. Maybe so. But we want this foundation to help the living to live better. To give them better facial creams, better nail polish, better dandruff cures - all for a nominal sum.
- The mystery of the man who conquered death!
- Onslow Stevens — Dr. John Kendrick
- George Breakston — Danny Kendrick
- Lois Wilson — Dr. Louise Stone
- Valerie Hobson — Mrs. Kendrick
- Stanley Fields — Dog Catcher
- Frank Reicher — Dr. James
- Richard Carle — A.K. Arnold
- Dean Benton — Intern
- Lois January — Nurse
- Richard Quine — Mickey
- Maidel Turner — Mrs. Vandergriff
- George MacQuarrie — Judge
- Otis Harlan — Dr. Henderson
- Robert E. Cornish — Himself
- Mario Margutti — Cornish's Assistant
- William Black — Cornish's Assistant
- Ralph Colmar — Cornish's Assistant
- Roderic Krider — Cornish's Assistant
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