Two heads grafted on the body of a giant... The most fearsome living force ever created by man.
Yesterday's "Incredible" Sci-Fi Poster Art of the Day wasThe Incredible Petrified World. Today's "Incredible" art features a much more enjoyable film: The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971). In TI2HT, mad scientist Bruce Dern(!) grafts the head of a killer (Albert Cole) onto the body of a mentally challenged man-child (John Bloom). Mayhem, of course, ensues.
Fans of biker movies will want to watch for writer/director/stuntmant Gary Kent. Fans of TV shows about monsters living in small-town America will want to watch for Pat Priest. And fans of Casey Kasem will want to watch for Casey Kasem.
The film is in the public domain and can be downloaded for free at Internet Archive, although I recommend that you watch it via MGM's fantastic "Midnight Movies" double feature DVD, which pairs TI2HT with 1972's insano, race-bating The Thing With Two Heads.
Click through for the film's full art, which gets bonus points in my book for featuring multiple female abductions, a two-headed fox, and an angry two-headed cat. I've also included trailers for The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant ("The most intimate terror a woman ever felt") and The Thing With Two Heads ("It seemed like a good idea at the time"). And come back tomorrow for one more piece of "Incredible" sci-fi poster art.