Quotation by Karl Brown

Although the stupid, unthinking world may approve what you have done, in your heart you know that, but for your treachery, the boy you loved would be alive today. If anyone is responsible for his death, you killed him, and for that murder you will live and die in the contempt and loathing of your own heart.
Karl Brown (1897–1990), U.S. screenwriter, and Nick Grindé. Dr. Henryk Savaard (Boris Karloff), The Man They Could Not Hang, speaking to his former nurse in the courtroom (1939).

the nurse brought the police to interrupt Savaard's experiment, thus keeping him from reviving the young man. Story by Leslie T. White and George W. Sayre.
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