The living brain of a dead billionaire seeks to have itself transplanted into the perfect physical specimen.



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Floyd Levine ...
Tara Landon (as Cathee Shirriff)
George P. Turk (as Erik Stern)
Dr. Crippin
David Mason Daniels ...
Ari Sorko-Ram ...
Tom Kratochvil ...
Irac (voice)

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The living brain of a dead billionaire seeks to have itself transplanted into the perfect physical specimen.

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29 December 1978 (USA)  »

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The wires that move the eye stalk attached to Gault's brain are clearly visible in close-ups. See more »


Steve Trevor: [looking at a newspaper picture of athlete Morton Danzig] I can't understand why I don't remember his picture.
Diana Prince: Well, I think he has a few attributes that women might find more memorable than men.
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Really mad scientist time!
15 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Interesting concept. Quite chilling the scene where the surgeon goes to cut open the athletes skull in order to implant Gault's brain in it. Also the axe nearly hitting Diana is potentially quite gruesome and the scene where they dump her in the lake sealed in a barrel is the stuff of claustrophobic nightmares (and Penelope Pitstop). Great performance from sci-fi legend Paul Richman ("It's a cook book!") as Dr Crippen (the same name as the infamous Dr who murdered his wife in Victorian society and was later caught alongside his mistress via the first use of a telegram in a criminal investigation). When confronted with WW why doesn't Gault's brain just use his power of telekinesis to strip her, do villains in the 70s not realise that her power rests in her belt and bracelets? Perhaps something like the infamous Wilma and midgets scene in Buck Rogers? Once again we have villains who escape, it would be great to see them again. 7/10

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