Dr. Gogol Costume
How To Dress Like Dr. Gogol From Mad Love 1935
Dress like Dr. Gogol from Mad Love 1935;
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Mad Love was Freund's last directing assignment and Lorre's American film debut. Critics praised Lorre's acting, but the film was unsuccessful at the box office. Film critic Pauline Kael found the film unsatisfactory but argued that it influenced Citizen Kane. Cinematographer Gregg Toland helped produce both films. Mad Love's reputation has grown over the years and is viewed in a more positive light by modern film critics, achieving cult classic status.
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Mad Love Movie 1935
Mad Love is a 1935 American horror film adapted from Maurice Renard's novel The Hands of Orlac. Filmmaker Karl Freund, who emigrated from Germany, directed it with Peter Lorre as Dr. Gogol, Frances Drake as Yvonne Orlac, and Colin Clive as Stephen Orlac. The plot revolves around Doctor Gogol's obsession with actress Yvonne Orlac.
Stephen Orlac's hands are destroyed in a train accident, Yvonne takes him to Gogol, who claims he can fix them. When Gogol becomes so obsessed that he would do anything to have Yvonne, Stephen finds that his new hands have made him a skilled knife thrower.