Vic Brady draws young Don Gregor into a life of crime. He then blackmails Gregor's plastic surgeon father into fixing up his face so he can evade the cops.
Changing the Face of Crime Forever!
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Did You Know?
Some prints of the film contain a theatrical scene with blackface performer Cotton Watts
. He was one of the last notable performers in the genre. The scene was not filmed by director Edward D. Wood Jr.
but was, for some reason, lifted from Yes Sir, Mr. Bones
(1951). See more
After the operation to change Vic Brady's face, the first time the bandages come off, the scar on his forehead runs diagonal from the top of his nose to well above the eye. However when he's shot by the pool, the scar runs laterally across the middle of his forehead. See more
They've had my picture in the files so long it's getting moldy.
Edited into Sleazemania!