Mandroid (film)

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Mandroid US.jpg
VHS cover art
Directed by Jack Ersgard
Produced by Charles Band
Oana Paunescu
Vlad Paunescu
Lara Porzak
Written by Earl Kenton
Jackson Barr
Starring Robert Symonds
Curt Lowens
Music by David Arkenstone
Cinematography Vlad Paunescu
Edited by Mark Manos
Barry Zetlin
Distributed by Full Moon Entertainment
Release dates
  • 1993 (1993)
Running time
81 min
Country United States
Language English

Mandroid is a 1993 film directed by Jack Ersgard starring Robert Symonds and Curt Lowens.


In his hidden laboratory deep in Russia, Dr. Karl Zimmer (Symonds) has invented the Mandroid, a humanoid robot which follows the motions of a man in a special control suit. He has offered the invention to the United States, which has sent Smith and Wait from the CIA for inspection. However Zimmer's partner Drago (Lowens) has different plans, and wants to sell Mandroid to the military. The night he tries to steal Mandroid, he becomes exposed to the highly toxic Superconn. But he can flee and won't give up on Mandroid, even though he's terribly disfigured.[1]



A sequel, entitled Invisible: The Chronicles of Benjamin Knight followed the same year.


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