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* TortureCellar: Dr. Vollin's basement hosts a collection of various torture devices inspired by the works of Poe. Yes, even to a pendulum.

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* TortureCellar: Dr. Vollin's basement hosts a collection of various torture devices inspired by the works of Poe. Yes, even to a bladed pendulum.


* HostileWeather: Stormy weather builds up outside during the night while the Dr. Vollin's guests stay at his mansion. Due to it, a tree branch crashes [[WindowPain through Jean's window]] just as Bateman tries to enter her room from a {{trap door}}.

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* HostileWeather: Stormy weather builds up outside during the night while the Dr. Vollin's guests stay at his mansion. Due to it, a tree branch crashes [[WindowPain through Jean's window]] window just as Bateman tries to enter her room from a {{trap door}}.



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Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (Creator/BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin pretends to take up on the offer to help him, but ruins his face instead and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (Creator/BorisKarloff) approaches Dr. Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin pretends to take up on the offer to help him, but ruins his face instead and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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revenge.



* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Bateman believes that his ugliness is to blame for his life in crime.
* BookcasePassage: Vollin has one in his office to his secret laboratory.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Dr. Vollin is the schemester and Bateman is his unwilling muscle.
* CreepyRavens: Vollin thinks of ravens as his talisman.
* AGlassInTheHand: When Judge Thatcher tells that he doesn't want Vollin and Jean to start a relationship, Vollin in anger crushes the vial in his hand.
* HostileWeather: Stormy weather builds up outside during the night at Vollin's mansion. Due to it, a tree branch crashes [[WindowPain through Jean's window]] just as Bateman tries to enter her room from a {{trap door}}.
%%* LoveMakesYouEvil
%%* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate
* RageAgainstTheReflection: When Edmond sees what Vollin really did to his face on the laboratory mirrors, he starts shooting them one by one.

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* BeardnessProtectionProgram: Bateman hides from the law in plain sight by having a beard. It doesn't fool Dr. Vollin when Bateman approaches him about getting his face altered.
* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Bateman believes that his ugliness is to blame for his life in crime.
crime.
* BookcasePassage: Dr. Vollin has one in his office to his secret laboratory.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Dr. Vollin is the schemester [[BigBad main villain]] and Bateman is his [[TheDragon unwilling muscle.
muscle]].
* CreepyRavens: Dr. Vollin thinks of ravens as his talisman.
talisman, and keeps a stuffed one on his desk.
* AGlassInTheHand: When Judge Thatcher tells that he doesn't want Dr. Vollin and Jean to start a relationship, Dr. Vollin in anger crushes the vial in his hand.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:When Bateman finally retaliates on Dr. Vollin, he lets Jean and Holden out of their death trap, and locks the doctor there instead]].
* HostileWeather: Stormy weather builds up outside during the night at while the Dr. Vollin's guests stay at his mansion. Due to it, a tree branch crashes [[WindowPain through Jean's window]] just as Bateman tries to enter her room from a {{trap door}}.
%%* LoveMakesYouEvil
%%* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate
* LoveMakesYouEvil: Dr. Vollin's love for Jean drives him mad, and seek revenge on those whom he deems to be responsible about being driven to madness for his love for her.
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Dr. Vollin is a man of medicine turned into torture-inducing madman by his love for a woman.
* PendulumOfDeath: Dr. Vollin has Bateman drag Judge Thatcher out of his bed, and strap him into a slab that's beneath a pendulum blade that slowly swings down on his chest.
* RageAgainstTheReflection: When Edmond sees what Dr. Vollin has really did done to his face on the a row of laboratory mirrors, he starts shooting them one by one.one in anger.



%%* ScreamingWoman
* TortureCellar: Dr. Vollin's basement hosts a collection of various torture devices. Yes, even to a pendulum.
* TwoFaced: To ensure Edmond's servitude, Vollin makes half of his face even uglier.
* TheWallsAreClosingIn: Vollin's plan for Jean and her beloved Holden is to lock them up in a room like this and have them crushed to death.
* WorkingForABodyUpgrade: Why Edmond stays working for Vollin.

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%%* ScreamingWoman
* ScreamingWoman: Jean screams in horror when she sees Bateman, who at the moment is acting as Dr. Vollin's manservant.
* TortureCellar: Dr. Vollin's basement hosts a collection of various torture devices. devices inspired by the works of Poe. Yes, even to a pendulum.
pendulum.
* TwoFaced: To ensure Edmond's servitude, Dr. Vollin makes half of his face even uglier.
* TheWallsAreClosingIn: Dr. Vollin's grand plan for Jean and her beloved Holden is to lock them up in a room like that works on this principle, and have them crushed to death.
* WorkingForABodyUpgrade: Why Since he he has been promised to be made to look physically better, Edmond stays working works for Vollin.Dr. Vollin.


'''''The Raven''''' is a Franchise/UniversalHorror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.

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'''''The Raven''''' ''The Raven'' is a Franchise/UniversalHorror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.


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* WorkingForABodyUpgrade: Why Edmond stays working for Vollin.


'''''The Raven''''' is a Universal horror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.

Young woman named Jean Thatcher crashes her car and is left in critical condition. Her concerned father convinces retired Dr. Richard Vollin (Creator/BelaLugosi), a noted Edgar Allan Poe hobbyist, to help her. He manages to save her life and becomes infatuated with her. Her father is displeased with this and orders Vollin to leave her alone. Vollin, grudgingly, agrees.

Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (Creator/BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin instead ruins his face and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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'''''The Raven''''' is a Universal horror Franchise/UniversalHorror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.

Young woman named Jean Thatcher crashes her car and is left in critical condition. Her concerned father convinces retired Dr. Richard Vollin (Creator/BelaLugosi), a noted Edgar Allan Poe hobbyist, to help her. He manages to save her life and becomes infatuated with her. Her father is displeased with this development and orders Vollin to leave her alone. Vollin, grudgingly, agrees.

Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (Creator/BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin instead pretends to take up on the offer to help him, but ruins his face instead and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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revenge.






* LoveMakesYouEvil
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate

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* %%* LoveMakesYouEvil
* %%* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate



-->'''Jean''': "They really liked me!"
-->'''Holden''': "No, not much. They only called you back twelve times."
* ScreamingWoman

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-->'''Jean''': "They They really liked me!"
me!
-->'''Holden''': "No, No, not much. They only called you back twelve times."
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times.
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ScreamingWoman





* CreepyRavens: Vollin thinks of ravens as his talisman.



* RavensAndCrows: Vollin thinks of raven as his talisman.


'''''The Raven''''' is a Universal horror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.

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'''''The Raven''''' is a Universal horror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of EdgarAllanPoe Creator/EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.


Young woman named Jean Thatcher crashes her car and is left in critical condition. Her concerned father convinces retired Dr. Richard Vollin (BelaLugosi), a noted Edgar Allan Poe hobbyist, to help her. He manages to save her life and becomes infatuated with her. Her father is displeased with this and orders Vollin to leave her alone. Vollin, grudgingly, agrees.

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Young woman named Jean Thatcher crashes her car and is left in critical condition. Her concerned father convinces retired Dr. Richard Vollin (BelaLugosi), (Creator/BelaLugosi), a noted Edgar Allan Poe hobbyist, to help her. He manages to save her life and becomes infatuated with her. Her father is displeased with this and orders Vollin to leave her alone. Vollin, grudgingly, agrees.


Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin instead ruins his face and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (BorisKarloff) (Creator/BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin instead ruins his face and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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->''While this mad surgical genius chanted "Literature/TheRaven", horrible screams rose up from his torture chamber below!''

'''''The Raven''''' is a Universal horror movie from the year 1935. As the name suggests, the works of EdgarAllanPoe are referenced heavily.

Young woman named Jean Thatcher crashes her car and is left in critical condition. Her concerned father convinces retired Dr. Richard Vollin (BelaLugosi), a noted Edgar Allan Poe hobbyist, to help her. He manages to save her life and becomes infatuated with her. Her father is displeased with this and orders Vollin to leave her alone. Vollin, grudgingly, agrees.

Soon after this, a man on the run from law named Edmond Bateman (BorisKarloff) approaches Vollin about fixing his face so that he can end his life in crime. Vollin instead ruins his face and forces him to be a part of his mad scheme of revenge.

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!!The examples in this film:

* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Bateman believes that his ugliness is to blame for his life in crime.
* BookcasePassage: Vollin has one in his office to his secret laboratory.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Dr. Vollin is the schemester and Bateman is his unwilling muscle.
* AGlassInTheHand: When Judge Thatcher tells that he doesn't want Vollin and Jean to start a relationship, Vollin in anger crushes the vial in his hand.
* HostileWeather: Stormy weather builds up outside during the night at Vollin's mansion. Due to it, a tree branch crashes [[WindowPain through Jean's window]] just as Bateman tries to enter her room from a {{trap door}}.
* LoveMakesYouEvil
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate
* RageAgainstTheReflection: When Edmond sees what Vollin really did to his face on the laboratory mirrors, he starts shooting them one by one.
* RavensAndCrows: Vollin thinks of raven as his talisman.
* SarcasmMode: Holden's remark about the success of Jean's play.
-->'''Jean''': "They really liked me!"
-->'''Holden''': "No, not much. They only called you back twelve times."
* ScreamingWoman
* TortureCellar: Dr. Vollin's basement hosts a collection of various torture devices. Yes, even to a pendulum.
* TwoFaced: To ensure Edmond's servitude, Vollin makes half of his face even uglier.
* TheWallsAreClosingIn: Vollin's plan for Jean and her beloved Holden is to lock them up in a room like this and have them crushed to death.
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