Elvira's movie macabre The brain that wouldn't die ; The manster
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SummaryElvira's movie macabre: Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, presents two B grade horror films interspersed with tongue-in-cheek commentary that relates the movie action to events in her own life.
The brain that wouldn't die: After his girlfriend is decapitated in a car crash, a doctor experimenting with transplant techniques keeps her head alive while he hunts for a new body.
The manster: After traveling to Japan to interview an eccentric scientist working on bizarre experiments in a mountain laboratory, an American reporter is transformed into a hideous, two-headed monster.
ContentsThe brain that wouldn't die / screenplay by Joseph Green ; produced by Rex Carlton ; directed by Joseph Green
The manster / a Lopert Pictures Corp. release ; a United Artists release ; screenplay by Walt Sheldon ; produced by George Breakston ; directed by George Breakston and Kenneth G. Crane.
Brain -- Drama.
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Drama.
Journalists -- United States -- Drama.
Americans -- Japan -- Drama.
Science -- Experiments -- Drama.
Japan -- Drama.
Fiction television programs.
Mad scientist films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Port Washington, NY :Entertainment One,2011
|Other Titles|| Brain that wouldn't die (Motion picture)
Manster (Motion picture)
Evers, Jason, 1922-2005.
Leith, Virginia, 1932-2019
Dyneley, Peter, 1921-1977.
Hylton, Jane, 1927-1979.
Nakamura, Tetsu, 1908-1992.
Green, Joseph, 1928-1999.
Carlton, Rex, 1915-1968.
Breakston, George, 1920-1973.
Crane, Kenneth G.
Outfit Media Group.
34D Productions., Inc.
United Artists Corporation.
Entertainment One (Firm : India)
Elvira's movie macabre: Elvira, Ted Biaselli.
The brain that wouldn't die: Herb Evers, Virginia Leith, Leslie Daniel.
The manster: Peter Dyneley, Jayne Hylton, Satoshi Nakamura, Terri Zimmern.
Elvira's movie macabre: Directors of photography, Robert Dubiel, Jim Kunz ; editors, Dekan Wheeler, Jim Kunz.
The brain that wouldn't die: Director of photography, Stephen Hajnal ; editor, Marc Andersen.
The manster: Director of photography, David Mason ; composer, Hirooki Ogawa ; editor, Kenneth Crane.
In English; with optional subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
"Double feature presentation."
Originally broadcast in 2011 as two episodes of the television series: Elvira's movie macabre. The brain that wouldn't die originally released as a motion picture in 1962. The manster originally released as a motion picture in 1959.
The brain that wouldn't die based on an original story by Rex Carlton and Joseph Green. The manster based on an original story by George Breakston.
Special features: Movie macabre behind-the scenes; photo shoot with Christopher Ameruso; "Mistress of the Dark" music video by Ghoultown; Making the Ghoultown video; sneak peek previews.
DVD; full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital.
1 videodisc (184 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.