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Doctor Blood's Coffin

A medical student at a university in Vienna is stopped from performing an illegal operation on a terminally ill man by his professor and expelled from the establishment. Some time later in the Cornish remote coastal village of Port Carren, the locals are disturbed by the disappearance of three of their number in recent days along with two break-ins at the doctor's surgery...

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Taken from a widescreen TV print which outshines the extremely poor releases available commercially!!
People are mysteriously disappearing near a remote Cornish village, where a scientist is experimenting with reviving the dead.
A medical student at a university in Vienna is stopped from performing an illegal operation on a terminally ill man by his professor and expelled from the establishment. Some time later in the Cornish remote coastal village of Port Carren, the locals are disturbed by the disappearance of three of their number in recent days along with two break-ins at the doctor's surgery...

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AKA:Dr. Blood's Coffin
Director:Sidney J. Furie
Year:1961
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.5
Video Quality:9.5
Starring:Kieron Moore Hazel Court Ian Hunter Kenneth J. Warren Gerald Lawson Fred Johnson Paul Hardtmuth

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