35mm film, black and white
A British science fiction/horror film directed by Widgey R. Newman.
Mad scientist Professor Bandov is experimenting in brain transplants. He captures a young couple, Ronald and Jean to prove his theory that transplanting human brains into baboons' bodies will promote longevity.
Director: Widgey R. Newman
Producer: Widgey R. Newman
Screenplay: Widgey R. Newman
Haddon Mason (Roland Kemp)
Eric Adeney (Professor Bandov)
Wally Patch (Jorkins)
Ilsa Kilpatrick (Jean)
Edmund Kennedy (father)
- The Bioscope vol.91 no.1331 (6 April 1932) p.12 – review
- British Sound Films: The Studio Years 1928-1959 by David Quinlan p.47 – credits, synopsis
- English Gothic: A Century of Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby pp.20-21, 29
- Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis p.53 – credits