The Amazing Transplant
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|The Amazing Transplant|
|Directed by||Doris Wishman, credited as Louis Silverman|
|Produced by||Doris Wishman, credited as Louis Silverman|
|Written by||Doris Wishman, credited as Dawn Whitman|
|Starring||Juan Fernandez, Linda Southern, and Larry Hunter|
|Cinematography||C. Davis Smith|
|Edited by||Lou Burdi|
|approx. 71 Mins|
Arthur (Juan Fernandez) visits Mary (Sandy Eden) to profess his love and propose to her. But when he notices her earrings, he begins to rape her and winds up choking her to death. His mother (Linda Southern) is worried and asks her police detective brother-in-law Bill (Larry Hunter) to help find him. Meanwhile, Mary has been found dead, the police suspect Arthur and the radio informs the public about the apparent murder.
In the course of his investigation, Bill finds several women who tell of Arthur's surprising rapes (since he seems an otherwise pleasant guy) while they are graphically shown in flashbacks. Each one has a different character: One is a violent rape scene, one victim (a highschool acquaintance) turns the rape into lovemaking, another (lesbian) victim is so repelled that she vomits afterwards.
Only the viewer gets to see the connection however, the glistening earrings each victim wears, and which set Arthur off. The story finally is explained to Bill by Dr. Meade (Bernard Marcel) who a couple of months ago performed a penis transplant on Arthur which may have also transplanted the former womanizing owner's fondness of golden earrings...
- Juan Fernandez (Arthur Barlen)
- Linda Southern (Ann Barlen, Arthur's mother)
- Larry Hunter (Det. Bill Barlen, Arthur's uncle)
- Olive Denneccio (Edie Stone)
- Sandy Eden (Mary Thorne)
- Kim Pope (Ms. Evans)
- Bernard Marcel (Dr. Cyril Meade (billed as E.B. Priest))
- Suzzan Landau (Bobbie's lover)
- Janet Banzet (Bobbie Revan (billed as Pat Barrett))
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