- "How are you feeling, Miss Brandon?"
- ―Dr. Brown to Alice[src]
The Mary Alice Brandon FileEdit
- Main article: The Mary Alice Brandon File
Dr. Brown worked at St. Dympha Mental Asylum during the early 1920s. He is tasked with giving Alice Cullen, at the time known as "Mary Alice Brandon", electric treatments to erase her memory, after he was informed that she had gone mad after losing her mother and the allegations of her ability to see the future.
He continuously treated her memory until she no longer recalled anything about her past. In the final scene, Alice alleges that it was about to rain. Dr. Brown dismissed her words, but was surprised when the rain hit.
Dr. Brown was balding, with graying hair and the pale skin of American. He always wore his doctor attire during his treatment with Alice.
Dr. Brown was only known as "the Doctor" in the short film, but his surname was listed on the clipboard during his sessions with Alice. The actor, Michael Hogan, helped come up with the name.