The Brain (1962 film)
1962 film by Freddie Francis
- Directed by Freddie Francis. Written by Robert Banks Stewart, based on the novel Donovan's Brain by Curt Siodmak.
The pounding of the afterbrain signals vengeance and death!! (taglines)
- Dr. Peter Corrie: Look Frank it's still active!
- Dr. Frank Shears: He's dead.
- Dr. Peter Corrie: Frank that brain's still alive! You've got to help me.
- Dr. Frank Shears: Help you? Have you gone raving...
- Ella: An ambulance will be here in twenty minutes.
- Dr. Peter Corrie: We haven't got much time.
- Dr. Frank Shears: For God's sake Peter leave him in peace.
- Ella: Frank is right Peter you can't touch him know.
- Dr. Peter Corrie: I can't, but he can! Don't you realize the chance we have?
- Dr. Frank Shears: Look, I gave up surgery and you know why. I was glad to join your research, it was something I always wanted, I don't mind animal experiments, but not this.
- Dr. Peter Corrie: We're wasting time. Ella! Do it Frank!
- Dr. Frank: I've sworn never to operate on a human being
- Peter Corrie: But this one is dead!
- Dr. Frank Shears: You know what you're trying to do is agianst the law don't you, and when they catch up with you, you'll be finished!
- Dr. Peter Corrie: Forget it! Science has to shortcut and tell the world later, you've got just over fifteen minutes Frank...
- The pounding of the afterbrain signals vengeance and death!!
- INSTRUment OF TERROR!
- Anne Heywood — Anna Holt
- Peter van Eyck — Dr. Peter Corrie
- Cecil Parker — Stevenson
- Bernard Lee — Dr. Frank Shears
- Jeremy Spenser — Martin Holt
- Maxine Audley — Marion Fane
- Ellen Schwiers — Ella
- Siegfried Lowitz — Mr. Walters
- Hans Nielsen — Immerman
- Jack MacGowran — Furber
- Miles Malleson — Dr. Miller
- George A. Cooper — Thomas Gabler
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