Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 31, 1932

Six Hours to Live (Fox). The hero of this picture is cinema's most extraordinary corpse, Captain Paul Onslow, the head diplomat of a country called Sylvaria, who has been strangled by his political opponents. One of those loose-lipped scientists who exist only in countries like Sylvaria takes a quick look at Captain Onslow's cadaver and says that he can revivify it, for six hours. He does so with a display of electricity and a large glass barrel.

Revived, Captain Onslow (Warner Baxter) is in a peculiar position. He is affianced to a...

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