- Béla Lugosi as Dr. Paul Carruthers
- Suzanne Kaaren as Mary Heath
- Dave O'Brien as Henry Layden
- Guy Usher as Henry Morton
- Yolande Donlan (credited as Yolande Mallott) as Maxine
- Donald Kerr as "One-Shot" McGuire
- Edward Mortimer as Martin Heath
- Gene O'Donnell as Don Morton
- Alan Baldwin as Tommy Heath
- John Ellis as Roy Heath
- Arthur Q. Bryan as Joe McGinty
- Hal Price as Police Chief Wilkins
- John Davidson as Prof. Percival Garland Raines
- Wally Rairdon as Walter King
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