The Brain (1962 film)

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The Brain
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Directed by Freddie Francis
Produced by Artur Brauner
Raymond Stross
Written by Robert Banks Stewart
Philip Mackie
Based on Donovan's Brain 
by Curt Siodmak
Starring Anne Heywood
Peter van Eyck
Cecil Parker
Bernard Lee
Music by Kenneth V. Jones
Cinematography Robert Huke
Edited by Oswald Hafenrichter
Production
company
Central Cinema Company/ Raymond Stross Productions
Distributed by British Lion/Columbia (UK)
Europa-Filmverleih AG (West Germany)
Governor Films (US, 1964)
Release dates
1962 (UK/Germany)
1964 (US)
Running time
84 minutes (UK/Germany)
83 minutes (US)
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Not to be confused with the 1962 film The Brain That Wouldn't Die.

The Brain is a 1962 film directed by Freddie Francis, and starring Anne Heywood and Peter van Eyck.[1] A UK-West German production (also released as "Ein Toter sucht seinen Mörder")

The Brain differs from earlier film versions of the Curt Siodmak novel Donovan's Brain: in this remake, the dead man seeks his own murderer, through contact with the doctor keeping his brain alive.[2]

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