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Courtyard Classics: “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” June 22

Join us for another installment of “Courtyard Classics” as we screen the campy cult horror flick, “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” from 1962 under the stars in the Capitol Courtyard located just behind Cinema Capitol! Admission to our courtyard classics series is free, but the concession stand will be open and you can spend your dollars on snacks and drinks to get you through all the horrific science Dr. Bill Cortner’s mad mind can come up with!

Doctor Bill Cortnet finds himself employing science beyond nature as he experiments with transplant techniques in order to keep his girlfriend’s head alive after she is decapitated in a car crash. When his mad science works, he must go hunting for a new body to transplant his lover’s head onto–and that’s just where the horror begins!

Rating: approved for general audiences
Runtime: 82 Minutes
Language: English
Venue: Capitol Courtyard
Format: Digital Print

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