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Night of the Bloody Transplant (1970)

R | Horror
Amateur film about a doctor who performs an illegal heart transplant only to have his drunken brother botch it. Film features actual open-heart surgery footage, as well as scenes of body ... See full summary »

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Ann Antell
Dick Grimm
David Haller
Elizabeth Rawlings
Cal Seeley
Carl Williams
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Amateur film about a doctor who performs an illegal heart transplant only to have his drunken brother botch it. Film features actual open-heart surgery footage, as well as scenes of body painting and performance art. Written by Keath

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EMERGENCY!!! Film in critical condition!
17 January 1999 | by (Suffolk, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Another discovery in lost Z-grade material! It's been a while since I saw the thing, but my memories remain intact! Forget the title! What you are about to see is actual filmed footage of bad production values shot on camera, circa 1968! The victim, known as THE TRANSPLANT, is sent via helicopter to Bad Movie Institute Of NYC, where historians and professors examined something inside the negative that plagued it in years past. They found a scene where doctors performed surgery on a fake heart, a silly old prop. Another discovery on the negative was the appearance of a scantily-clad chick making an entry to the tub. Unfortunately, they could not find a cure in time for this diseased-stricken entity. It was later pronounced D.O.A.

It's enough to make you sing "Weep Not For You.....Weep Not For Me" with glee over and over again.


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