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Terminal Man, The

Terminal Man, The(1974)

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Brief Synopsis

As the result of a head injury, brilliant computer scientist Harry Benson begins to experience violent seizures. In an attempt to control the seizures, Benson undergoes a new surgical procedure in which a microcomputer is inserted into his brain. The procedure is not entirely successful.

Cast & Crew

Mike Hodges Director
George Segal Harry Benson
Joan Hackett Dr Janet Ross
Richard Dysart Dr John Ellis
Michael C Gwynne Dr Robert Morris
Donald Moffat Dr Arthur Mcpherson
William Hansen Dr Ezra Manon
Jill Clayburgh Angela Black
Matt Clark Gerhard
Norman Burton Detective Captain Anders
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MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1974 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures .....Studio, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group .....Video Distributor, Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor, Tartan Video .....Foreign Video Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • A Cautionary Sci-Fi Tale

    CherieJ 2010-06-02

    This is an extremely cerebral sc-fi entry from the annals of seventies cinema when the genre was beginning to be taken seriously by the studios after the... MORE>