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FreeClassicMovies wrote:Released in September 1963:
An eighty year old lady convinces a mad doctor to implant her brain into the body of a beautiful young girl.
Directed by Joseph V. Mascelli
Written by Dean Dillman Jr., Sue Dwiggins, Jack Pollexfen and Vy Russell.
The Actors: Marjorie Eaton (Hetty March), Frank Gerstle (Doctor Otto Frank), Frank Fowler (Victor), Erika Peters (Nina Rhodes)
Jimbo Berkey wrote:Old hag Hetty March is a very wealthy old lady with one wish - to have the body of a beautiful young girl again. To that end she finances a mad doctor to experiment with brain transplants in the basement of her secluded mansion. He's transplanted animal brains into recently deceased bodies with very limited success. What he needs is a fresh young body that is still alive, so old Mrs. March hires three young ladies with no relatives or friends to come and work at her mansion. One of them will become the girl that the mad doctor will transplant her old brain into. Ahhh . . . but of course there are complications. At first the plot twists are predictable and good, just what I would expect from a 1963 thriller. But then . . . suddenly . . . as the story heads to the evil ending . . . things start happening that I could never have imagined. I call them 'left turns' - just when I think that I know what will happen next, the writers toss in a 'left turn' out of nowhere complicating the simple plan in devious and amazing ways.
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