Lorre gives a fascinating performance - Andre Sennwald, The New York Times
A Superb Drama of Human Emotions!
Dostoievsky's immortal novel of human passion becomes a powerful drama starring Edward Arnold (Mr. Smith Goes to Washington) as Inspector Porfiry and Peter Lorre (Casablanca) as Roderick Raskolnikov, an impoverished student struggling with the nature of good and evil.
Crippled by guilt and paranoia after committing a murder he thinks is just, Raskolnikov is torn between the detective investigating the murder and the woman he saved, who now wants to save his soul.
Peter Lorre, Edward Arnold, Marian Marsh
Tala Birell, Elisabeth Risdon, Robert Allen
1 Hour 28 Minutes
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