Mad Scientists have been appearing in books and movies for generations. They generally follow the stereotype of the white coated, crooked toothed, white haired, white skinned maniac. This list contains the 10 most unusual or well known mad scientists.
10 Dr. Benway (Mad Scientists)
The most immoral of these mad scientists is perhaps Dr. Benway. William Burroughs developed it and appeared in the Naked Lunch book for the first time. In many other novels he sinced that Burroughs turned up. He also appeared in David Cronenberg’s Naked Lunch movie. We see Burroughs dressed like Benway in the above picture. I think this is a brief movie extract from one of his books, which he created of a scene. The author used him to parody the medical profession and, perhaps, the widespread misuses of science. Benway is less of a maverick surgery artist than a doctor and more anxious about his performance (and his next fix) than the well-being of his patients.
9 Dr. Jekyll (Mad Scientists)
Dr. Jekyll is his alter-ego Mr. Hyde in the picture above. It is best known for its vivid depiction of a psychopathology of a split personality originally from Robert Louis Stvenson’s’ The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde,’ a sentence that has come to mean’ the Jekyll and Hyde’ in mainstream culture. Dr. Jekyll turns into Mr. Hyde, a violent and murderous man by taking a potion he has composed.
8 Dr. No (Mad Scientists)
Dr. No is an implicit Napoleonic scholar and an unwanted “baby of a German missionary” and a Chinese girl of a decent household. Later on, he “developed himself to be the treasurer of China’s most strong criminal society.” He “fled” from Tong gold bullion in America at $10,000,000. He specialized in nuclear power, which cost him both hands replaced with bionic crude ones made of iron or steel.
7 Dr. Evil
Dr. Evil, in the Austin Powers film series, is a fictive supervillain who played Mike Myers. He is Austin Power’s principal villain and antagonist. Dr. Evil regularly has the scheme for terrorizing and taking the earth by parading any amount of James bond villains, especially Donald Pleasance’s Ernst Stavro Blofeld of SPECTRE. His cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, and his side-kick Mini-Me are normally there with him.
6 Dr. Faustus
The origin of Faust’s name and figure remains unclear, although the person of Dr. Johann Georg Faust, a dubious magician and alchemist probably from Knittlingen, Württemberg and who received a divinity degree from University of Heidelberg in 1509 is generally believed to be based on this figure. A classic German legend in which an old scholar makes a covenant with the Devil has Faust as his protagonist.
5 Dr. Moreau
After being rescued and brought to an island, a man discovers that its people are experimental animals that have become strange looking human beings. The initial tale is a novel by H G Wells, but it has been transformed into a film at least three times (once in 1933, once in 1977, once in 1996)
4 Dr. Frankenstein
Frankenstein becomes obsessed with establishing life in the inanimate by artificial means, leaving college for the next two years to pursue this objective. In putting together a humanoid animal, perhaps through the use of a chemical, device or a mixture of the two (three occasions when requested, he avoids the question, though the fact that he has noted the flashing lightning hit a tree in his childhood is a prominent indication) Frankenstein effectively brings it into existence only so as to be repelled and terrified by his monstrosity.
3 Dr. Strangelove
Dr. Strangelove serves as President Muffley’s science consultant in the War Room, probably using his previous knowledge as a Nazi scientist: when he became an American citizen, he converted his German surname “Merkwürdigliebe” into an English equivalent. The characters are a combination of RAND Corporational Strategist Herman Kahn, Nazi SS officer-turned NASA Raket scientist Wernher von Braun and Edward Teller “father of a hydrogen bomb.” Two times in a movie, he accidentally speaks to the President as “Mein Führer.” The personality was also contrasted with the United States. The Nobel Prize laureate Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State and contentious.
2 Dr. Frank N Furter
Dr Frank N Furter is the star of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the “Sweet Transvestil of Transsexual Transylvania.” He utilizes his expertise to produce a beautiful young guy to enhance his love life. A funny musical with all kinds of curious events and bed swaps. The movie itself.
1 Doc Brown
Emmett Lathrop “Doc” Brown is a fictional character, one of the lead characters of the film trilogy back to the future, actor Christopher Lloyd’s three films and a live series action. In the animated series, he is expressed by Dan Castellaneta. Leopold Stokowski and Albert Einstein encouraged the appearance and mannerisms of the character.