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''They Saved Hitler's Brain'' is a 1968 science fiction film. It is about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what you think it is]]: Nazi war criminals preserve UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's brain on a small tropical island until the time is right to resurrect him and, along with him, the Third Reich.

The film was adapted for television from a shorter 1963 movie called ''Madmen of Mandoras'', and lengthened by about 20 minutes with additional footage shot by UCLA students at the request of the distributor.
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!!Tropes appearing in this film:

* ArgentinaIsNaziland: The Nazis are plotting in the [[BananaRepublic fictional country]] Mandoras.
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: That's not how Hitler died.[[note]]Specifically, in RealLife he [[DrivenToSuicide took a cyanide capsule and then shot himself in the head]], and was then cremated on a gas-fueled funeral pyre, [[CaptainObvious pretty much precluding any chance of saving his brain]].[[/note]]
* BananaRepublic: Mandoras is a ficticious Latin American country from where the Nazis operate.
* BrainInAJar: Well, [[CaptainObvious yeah]]. It's right there in the title: Nazis have preserved Hitler's brain in a jar.
%%* GratuitousGerman: Ja, ja, ja!
* LosingYourHead: Hitler's head got saved, too.
* SpoilerTitle: In ''Madmen of Mandoras'' (aka ''The Amazing Mr. H.''), it was supposed to be a big reveal near the end.
* StockFootage: Most of the movie is just ''Madmen of Mandoras,'' with a half hour of additional footage shot years later. The becomes obvious as the added footage looks like a home movie and amateurish while the older footage is a lot more professional, like from an actual movie studio. This also leads to a very weird effect concerning differences in film stock and fashion, as everybody in the older portion has a clear '50s-early '60s look, while the newer footage has folks clearly from the late '60s. Even without considering that, though, there's lots of other random stock footage about the [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII war]] and an elephant.
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* YouClonedHitler: Well, the Nazis in the film plan to make a clone of Hitler to give his disembodied head a body.
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