Guillotin was a French doctor whose name was given to the guillotine, known for its use during the French Revolution.

In 1914, a man in an iron mask spoke of Doctor Guillotin to Indiana Jones and his companions. The masked man praised Guillotin as a kindly doctor that had wished to make the death penalty as painless as possible and claimed that he had invented the device named after him.

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The guillotine was actually devised in the 1700s by Antoine Louis and Tobias Schmidt though similar devices predate the guillotine by centuries.

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