Science Fiction Theatre: Season 2, Episode 22

Brain Unlimited (14 Sep. 1956)

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Before blacking out on a test flight during an experiment under increased oxygen storage, a scientist experiences a sudden increase in his brain activity, which he determines to investigate further.

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Truman Bradley ...
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Arthur Franz ...
Dr. Jeff Conover
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Elaine Conover
Thomas Browne Henry ...
Dr. MacKenzie (as Thomas B. Henry)
George Becwar ...
Hospital Doctor
Doug Wilson ...
Marken
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Henry Mason
Melinda Plowman ...
Alice
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Mr. Stevenson
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Before blacking out on a test flight during an experiment under increased oxygen storage, a scientist experiences a sudden increase in his brain activity, which he determines to investigate further.

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The Brain Is Unlimited
21 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young scientist sets out, on his own, to show what the brain can actually do when properly stimulated. Through the use of electricity and some interesting medications he comes to realize that we are using an infinitely small part of our potential brain power. This comes as a result of trying to get persons to control their bodily functions, including oxygen consumption, through proper stimulus of the brain. Anyway, this comes with some pretty strong potential dangers. The episode is better acted than most and presents some interesting, thought provoking issues. Among these is that when the parts of the brain are stimulated, they affect others.


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