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VINE VOICEon 3 October 2004
Two brains with dissimilar attitudes arrive on Earth. One is criminal (Gor) and takes on Steve March's body. The police brain (Val) takes on the body of an actor that is a real dog. They don't ware black and white but you know the bad guy when he has a tendency to destroy things. Don't look too close or you will see the wire holding the brains up.
After/if you recover from this great John Agar movie. Next you need to watch Tarantula
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VINE VOICEon 14 September 2004
Two brains with dissimilar attitudes arrive on Earth. One is criminal (Gor) and takes on Steve March's body. The police brain (Val) takes on the body of an actor that is a real dog. They don't ware black and white but you know the bad guy when he has a tendency to destroy things. Don't look too close or you will see the wire holding the brains up.
After/if you recover from this great John Agar movie. Next you need to watch Tarantula
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on 25 January 2015
What makes up for the wobbly props on strings and the wooden acting is the glazed, crazed expression of the lead character once his cranium becomes occupied by the eponymous brain.
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