. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #129*
JUDEX (1963) Channing Pollock, Francine Berge, Edith Scob. A top notch superhero film. An unscrupulous banker receives a threatening letter from the mysterious Judex, demanding that he come clean with the people he has swindled. He refuses, and apparently dies at a masked ball after a midnight toast. However, he has only been drugged by Judex and locked away. Lots of action and great fun. French, subtitled in English. 16mm. THE BRAIN (1962) Peter Van Eyck, Bernard Lee, Anne Heywood, directed by Freddie Francis. The brain of a dead man is kept alive scientifically. It then develops a terrific mental force that allows it to take control of the scientist responsible for keeping it alive. This British sci-fi thriller is much underappreciated than it’s screen predecesser, “Lady and the Monster,” but in many ways it’s just as good. 16mm. Recommended.
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