The Dark Eyes of London (film)

1939 film by Walter Summers

The Dark Eyes of London is a 1939 film about an insurance agent-physician who collects on policies of men murdered by a disfigured resident of the home for the blind where he acts as doctor-on-call.

Directed by Walter Summers. Written by John Argyle, based on the novel by Edgar Wallace.
Eyes of Doom! Man or Beast!  (taglines)

Dr. Feodor OrloffEdit

  • You have been very foolish, Lou. You are blind, and you cannot speak. But you can hear - and that will never do!


  • Based on "The Dark Eyes Of London" By Edgar Wallace
  • Eyes of Doom! Man or Beast!
  • A Brute With the Power of a Giant Who Kills at the Command of a Mad Svengali!


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