The Man Who Changed His Mind

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Overview

Robert Stevenson's The Man Who Changed His Mind (released in the United States as The Man Who Lived Again) has arrived on DVD most unexpectedly from Shanachie Entertainment, which, until the end of 2003, was mostly known in DVDs for its concerts of old bluesmen. Issued under license from Carlton and remastered specifically for DVD, the film looks gorgeous, with perfect contrast and lots of detail in every frame of its full-screen (1.33:1) transfer. Each shot is a delight to the eye, and the soundtrack is also ...
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Overview

Robert Stevenson's The Man Who Changed His Mind (released in the United States as The Man Who Lived Again) has arrived on DVD most unexpectedly from Shanachie Entertainment, which, until the end of 2003, was mostly known in DVDs for its concerts of old bluesmen. Issued under license from Carlton and remastered specifically for DVD, the film looks gorgeous, with perfect contrast and lots of detail in every frame of its full-screen (1.33:1) transfer. Each shot is a delight to the eye, and the soundtrack is also presented in very high quality, with a healthy volume level. The 12 chapters accorded the movie are more than sufficient for the 65-minute running time. There are no bonus features and the disc opens automatically to a simple two-selection menu.
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Special Features

Newly remastered; Scene access
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/9/2004
  • UPC: 016351320292
  • Original Release: 1936
  • Source: Shanachie
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:05:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Boris Karloff Dr. Laurence
Anna Lee Dr. Clare Wyatt
John Loder Dick Haslewood
Frank Cellier Lord Haslewood
Donald Calthrop Clayton
Cecil Parker Dr. Gratton
Lyn Harding Prof. Holloway
Clive Morton
D.J. Williams
Technical Credits
Robert Stevenson Director
Roy Ashton Makeup
Michael Balcon Producer
John L. Balderston Screenwriter
Jack Cox Cinematographer
R.E. Dearing Editor
Sidney Gilliat Screenwriter
L. Du Garde Peach Screenwriter
Alfred Roome Editor
Alexander Vetchinsky Art Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Play Movie [3:12]
2. There's Something Queer About Genius [7:47]
3. Secret Experiments in Sinister Manor House [3:41]
4. Mind Transference Made Easy [5:53]
5. London Welcomes the New Scientist [8:50]
6. I Pay for Everything [6:07]
7. The New Lord Haslewood [6:59]
8. A Sound Mind and a Sound Body [6:46]
9. Turning the Tables [7:25]
10. Thank God, You're Safe [2:37]
11. Undoing the Experiment [2:10]
12. The Human Mind Is Sacred [1:10]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Program
   Scene Access
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An absolute gem

    One of Karloff's best, and a wonderful opportunity to see Anna Lee (Lila Quartermaine from GENERAL HOSPITAL) in the very pink of youth. Dazzling! Amazing to remember that she was the nosy neighbor in WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE, yet barely mentioned in publicity. In fact, she had been working since almost as early as the two divas. This movie is a complete treat, and clocks it at a perfect 65 minutes. Who could ask for more?

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