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  1. The clock is a reminder by the filmmaker that he is setting the pace on this story. We are captive to his clock, just as Milland was captive to the clock in the asylum. LOVED the spiked gates to the facility!
  2. It would be nice to have some insight as to how detectives/investigators were portrayed in the 30s, before the noir era. We are all so used to the Bogart, Powell, etc. versions that it's hard to compare without knowing what came before this!
  3. I'm noticing that a lot of films in this series are VERY short. (It's nice now because I can usually watch about three of them in 4-5 hours!) I'm wondering if these were generally shown as double-features in theatres. Weren't other movies of the day a more standard 90-120 minutes in length?
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