Doctor Bill (Herb Evers) and pretty fiance` Jan (Virginia Leith) hurry into a wreck in which she is sadly decapitated, which doesn't deter his rescue attempt, in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
Doctor Bill (Herb Evers) is banking on past virtue as he plots to deprive brassy and dis-figured figure-model Doris (Adele Lamont) of her body in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
Doctor Bill (Herb Evers) re-animates the head of his fiance` Jan (Virginia Leith), to the dismay of aide Kurt (Leslie Daniel), who has a problem with his hand, in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
Father and son doctors Bill (Herb Evers) and Dad (Bruce Brighton) lose then regain a patient as they conduct a heated conversation on medical ethics, unimpeded by surgical masks, in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
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