The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959) Terence Fisher, Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Christopher Lee, Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi

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A remake of “The Man in Half Moon Street” (1945) (qv.). Dr. Bonner plans to live forever through periodic gland transplants from younger, healthier human victims. Bonner looks about 40; he’s really 104 years old. But people are starting to get suspicious, and he may not make 200.

The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)

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Directed by: Terence Fisher
Starring: Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Christopher Lee

DVDRip | MKV | 1h 22min | 720×432 | AVC @ 2100Kbps | AC-3 @ 192Kbps
Lang: English | Subs: English, Spanish | 1.33 GB
Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi

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