The Frozen Dead 1966 — A Sci-fi / Horror Full-Length Movie



The Frozen Dead 1966 — A Sci-fi / Horror Full-Length Movie

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A crazed scientist keeps the heads of Nazi war criminals alive until he can find appropriate bodies on which to attach them so he can revive the Third Reich. —Anonymous

A mad scientist (Dana Andrews) uses a girl’s disembodied head to re-animate Nazis frozen 20 years before.

Plot: Spoilers?
For 20 years, unrepentant Nazi scientist Dr. Norberg (Dana Andrews) has been experimentally thawing frozen Nazi soldiers who have been kept in suspended animation at his English country estate since the end of World War II. He is awaiting his superiors, General Lubeck (Karel Stepanek) and Captain Tirptiz (Basil Henson), who have been told by Norberg’s assistant, Karl (Alan Tilvern) that Norberg’s experiments have been a complete success. Unfortunately, they have not been. Norberg can thaw the body, but not the brain. All that he can produce are zombie-like beings who can do no more than endlessly repeat the memory of just one action from their past. The worst of them, Prisoner no. 3 (Edward Fox), is extremely violent and is Norberg’s brother.

Lubeck tells Norberg that 1,500 frozen Nazis have been stashed in several countries. In order to revive the Third Reich, Lubeck exclaims that they are ‘to be restored to full capacity at the right time – which is now!’ To help do this, Norberg brings in American scientist Ted Roberts (Philip Gilbert), who has had some success in thawing functional brains. Ted, unaware of the Nazi plot, believes that he is to help Norberg keep organs alive for medical use.

Norberg’s niece, Jean (Anna Palk) arrives home unexpectedly from a university in America, bringing along her friend Elsa (Kathleen Breck). On the day after they arrive, Elsa leaves on the 6:00 AM train to London without telling Jean. Jean does not understand her sudden departure.

Norberg tells Ted that he plans to experiment on a monkey’s head, keeping it alive, with a clear plastic dome over its cranium so that he can observe its brain function, then transfer what he learns to humans. Ted readily agrees to help. But then Norberg unexpectedly has the opportunity to use a human head, for Karl had drugged Elsa and taken her to the laboratory, not the train station. Norberg and Karl find Elsa dead in the lab, with Prisoner no. 3 standing over her body, smiling.

Norberg later impresses Ted with a wall of amputated human arms, which he can control through electrical stimulation. After Ted agrees to tell no one of what he is about to see, Norberg trustingly shows him Elsa’s head, alive, its skin a horrid blue color, and its brain covered by a clear plastic dome.

That night, Jean has a nightmare. She tells Ted that she has dreamed that Elsa is dead and that her head is in the laboratory. To keep from further upsetting her, Ted dismisses it as just a bad dream. In truth, Elsa is communicating telepathically with Jean as she sleeps. Not knowing this, Jean persists in trying to find her friend, consulting railway station personnel, and a Mrs. Smith (Ann Tirard), who may know something about Elsa’s whereabouts. Mrs. Smith denies any knowledge of Elsa, but she is, in reality, Mrs. Schmidt, another Nazi living undercover in England. Jean does not discover this and asks Police Inspector Witt (Tom Chatto) to investigate.

After seeing Elsa’s head, Ted wonders about Norberg’s real intent. As he walks toward the lab, Karl knocks him unconscious. When he comes to, Norberg tells him that he was attacked by Norberg’s brother, whom Norberg describes as having been ‘mentally ill’ since the war. He asks Ted not to tell Jean, as no. 3 is her father and she has believed since childhood that he died in a concentration camp, not a Nazi but a victim of the Nazis.

Lubeck and Tirptiz torture Karl to find out if he has told anyone about their plot. He confesses that he has told the Schmidts, who are members of his own family. After Karl tries to prove his loyalty to the Nazis by attempting to murder Jean and Ted, Lubeck forces Norberg to freeze Karl as punishment.

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2 thoughts on “The Frozen Dead 1966 — A Sci-fi / Horror Full-Length Movie

  • October 24, 2020 at 9:35 pm
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    Chiller Of The Year! Fiends were frozen dead at the height of their diabolical powers and brought back alive years later.

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  • October 24, 2020 at 9:35 pm
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    One blunder after another, the poor evil machinations of the cruel Nazis. "Why can nothing go good for us evil Nazis???!!!"
    Haha, ach well, back to the ol' drawing board as they say. Ah hahaha.

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