Dr. Gore (1973)
When a prominent plastic surgeon loses his lovely wife in a particularly grisly manner, his grief is such that he soon undergoes a series of insane experiments designed to repair and reassemble her on the operating table and make her live again -- provided he can procure an assortment of substitute parts from unwilling female donors. With the aid of his slavering hunchbacked assistant, the deranged doc hypnotizes young women and lures them back to his lab, where they soon go under the knife. A cheap and lurid gorefest in the mode of Herschel Gordon Lewis (who actually appears in a guest wraparound on the long-defunct United Video release), the premise is played for sick laughs, which only seem to accentuate the film's overall sleaziness. … More
as Dr. Don Brandon
as Girl in the Trunk
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