Off Beat Cinema presents “They Saved Hitler’s Brain” Sat.@Midnight

Off Beat Cinema presents “They Saved Hitler’s Brain” Sat.@Midnight

Stay up late with hot coffee and cool movies when Buffalo beatniks Zelda, Bird, and Theo find out that “They Saved Hitler’s Brain” Saturday at Midnight!

They Saved Hitler’s Brain is a 1968 science fiction film directed by David Bradley. It was adapted for television from a shorter 1963 theatrical feature film, Madmen of Mandoras, produced by Carl Edwards and directed by David Bradley. The film was lengthened by about 20 minutes with additional footage shot by UCLA students at the request of the distributor.

World War II is over, and Nazi officials remove Adolf Hitler‘s living head and hide it in the fictional South American country of Mandoras, so that they can resurrect the Third Reich for the future. Fast forwarding into the 1960s, the surviving officials kidnap a scientist in an attempt to keep Hitler alive. Various intelligence agencies, aware of the evil plot, recruit secret agents to bust the Nazi officials.

Watch at Midnight on Channel 67.1 on-air (Cable/FiOS/Dish 5) in Buffalo;  Midnight on WBGT-My18 Rochester; Midnight on WJKP-MyTV Corning; 2am on WYDC-BIG FOX; and 10pm on The Retro Television Network of stations.  More information at www.offbeatcinema.tv

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