(1960) Susanne Loret, Alberto Lupo. This is a babyboomer favorite that was constantly released on the drive in circuit during the ‘60s. A mad doctor uses glandular transplants to restore beauty to the horribly scarred face of the woman he loves. While he's doing all this, he occasionally turns into a hideous monster that vents his wrath on some of the local yokels. The climatic greenhouse scene is very memorable. The monster makeup has always looked like something right out of Jack Pierce’s playbook. Gorgeous girls, monsters running amok, cool lab scenes—what more could anyone want? NOTE: This new widescreen edition includes well over twenty minutes of footage not included in our previous edition. Some of this footage is in Italian with English subtitles, but the vast majority of the print is dubbed in English. From 35mm.