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Hauser's Memory

director mondoro brain novel

(NBC, 11/24/1970, 120 mins). A Cold War thriller about a scientist who is recruited by the CIA to inject himself with the brain fluid of a dying colleague in order to preserve missile defense secrets, but who soon discovers that he is leading a double life torn between his own wife and his fellow scientist’s widow, a Nazi sympathizer. Based on writer/director Curt Siodmak’s 1968 novel, a belated sequel to his classic “Donovan’s Brain.”

Production Company Universal Television. Director Boris Sagal. Producer Jack Laird. Teleplay Adrian Spies. Based on the Novel by Curt Siodmak. Photography Petrus Schloemp. Music Billy Byers. Editor Frank Morriss. Art Director Ellen Schmidt.

Cast David McCallum (Hillel Mondoro), Susan Strasberg (Karen Mondoro), Lilli Palmer (Anna), Helmut Kantner (Kramer), Leslie Nielsen (Slaughter), Robert Webber (Dorsey), Herbert Fleischmann (Renner), Hans Elwenspoek (Von Kungen), Peter Capell (Shepilov), Barbara Lass (Angelika), Peter Ehrlich (Kucera), Gunter Meisner (Koroviev), Otto Stern (Gessler), Manfred Reddemann (Sorsen), Arthur Brauss (Bak), Jochen Busse (Dieter), Barbara Capell (Young Anna).

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