Famously schlocky movie, released in 1972. Part comedy, part science fiction, part blaxploitation flick. It was directed by Lee Frost and written by Wes Bishop and James Gordon White.

The plot revolves around a wealthy racist, played by Ray Milland, who is dying and works out a scheme to transplant his head onto another man's body. When his health starts to rapidly decline, his doctors transplant his head onto the only available candidate--a black death row inmate played by pro football player Rosey Grier. Hijinx, as they say, ensue. Though the plot is generally derided by most critics, the dialogue between Milland and Grier is considered pretty good.

Other prominent actors in the cast include Don Marshall, Roger Perry, Kathrine Baumann, and Chelsea Brown. Rick Baker, best known for his award-winning makeup work on more films than you can think of, puts in an appearance as a gorilla.

All research from the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com). I've never seen this movie before-- knowledgable reviews are welcome and encouraged.