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Frank Overton, a famous scientist is on the verge of prolonging human life and conquering disease through his experiments with cryogenics. Unable to find a human volunteer to undergo the freezing process, he prepares to use himself as a human guinea pig. After he is placed in suspended animation, police discover his unfaithful wife's dead body and accuse the scientist of murder. Comatose in a chamber of ice, Overton is unable to defend himself and emerges to find his own life in jeopardy. Part science fiction and part murder mystery, Frozen Alive was one of a handful of movies directed by renowned cinematographer Bernard Knowles, whose best works include Hitchcock's 39 Steps, Young and Innocent, Secret Apart, Sabotage and Jamaica Inn. His later work as director includes Spaceflight IC-1 (1965) and The Beatles' television film Magical Mystery Tour (1967).

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ALP4299 Frozen Alive DVD (1964/Mark Stevens) $5.99