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The Mad Scientist & The Mechanical Monsters. The first two classic Paramount Superman cartoons painstakingly restored and edited into a half hour program suitable for television broadcast in single 30 min. time slot. Superior in quality, video and sound to Warner Brothers recent DVD release. Added sound effects complete the updating of these two classic public domain shorts for viewing by contemporary children and adults. I am re-cutting the public domain Superman cartoons from Paramount into a half hour series suitable for broadcast.

A mad scientist infects a concert pianist with acromegaly in hopes of convincing the daughter to marry him in exchange for the cure. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page.

A mad scientist invents an invisibility formula which he plans to use to build an invisible army. Director Edgar G. Ulmer (1904 – 1972) is best remembered for the movies The Black Cat (1934) and Detour (1945). These stylish and eccentric works have achieved cult status, but Ulmer's other films remain relatively unknown.

Yet another version of this sci-fi/horror "classic." After being decapitated in a car crash, "Jan in the Pan" needs a new body, and deranged surgeon/fiancee Herb Evers begins stalking strippers with the hope of performing a full-body transplant and eventually getting the best of both worlds. Naturally, things do not go quite as planned.

I believe this is a clearer/sharper transfer of "Brain" than many (most?) of the others available in the Archive. Run time is 82 minutes, so all of the shocking gore (dismemberment, neck chewing) is intact.

A failed actor, after killing the mad scientist he works for, decides to take over the scientist's life and continue his work. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page. There is an AVI of the movie here.

Mad scientist creates an experimental serum. Mystic Nights Videos

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