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The movie begins in the lab of Dr. Meirshultz (Horace Carpenter), a mad scientist obsessed with restoring life to corpses. He needs a dead body, of course, and he orders his assistant Don Maxwell (Bill Woods) to get him into the morgue. Maxwell is a former vaudeville entertainer and impersonator, so he passes himself off as the coroner and gets the good doctor inside the morgue (somehow fooling two incompetent and quite possibly inebriated morgue workers). Doc gives the lucky, female stiff a couple of jabs from his huge hypo, and after a few minutes of intense arm rubbing, she begins to stir. The boys hurry home gleefully with their prize.Read more ›
Alpha's release is not great, but watchable. If you are curious about this title, then spend the $.... If you like it, then wait and perhaps some company will release a nice print. As I suspect this will be unlikely, go ahead and take a gamble on the Alpha release. There are no extras on the disk and is contains only 4 chapter stops. Hey, what do you expect for $...?
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if you love bad movies [think ed wood's plan 9 from outer space] then this is for you
ronglmao, i loved this movie bad script, direction, acting, it's even got phylis... Read more
A very old movie but is still clear in picture and audio. A coroner's assistant goes crazy. This had to have been made before the Hayes censorship of movies began. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ann Sherry
"Maniac" is aka "Sex Maniac" and why "Sex Maniac" is beyond me because neither one of the main characters (Don Maxwell & Dr. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rainey Dawn
High strangeness with an educational aspect with definitions of various forms of mental illness interspersed between scenes using examples to illustrate the various forms that... Read morePublished 12 months ago by crosscountryman
Very very dated but interesting from a historical standpoint. Sadly enough one line from this old movie is still very true " You can eliminate the drug from the body but you... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cathie R.
A 1930's B&W flick about a Dr who gets addicted to drugs.. Eye opening in the respect that the stories drug of addiction in that particular era has been over shadowed by... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Julie Wilder