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(Cinematic version)
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Context This is a gisted profile for James Bond as he appears in the movies (as opposed to novels or video games). It thus covers all eras and actors up to 2012 and Die Another Day. James Bond being reportedly one of the most famous modern fictional characters, we’ll assume that further...

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Chris Adams is the leader of said Seven. The great Yul Brynner played him early on, and the role was then handed over to George Kennedy, perhaps known best as Dallas’ Carter McKay. Later on it was van Cleef, who was cool as usual. Background Real Name: Chris Larabee Adams. Known...

(Atomic horror 1950s giant ants)
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Context This classic is one of the first nuclear monster films and one of the first “Big Bug” films. Another notable example of this sub-sub-genre is Tarantula (1955). In 1954, Them! was Warner Brothers’ highest grossing film. Them! is part of a genre sometimes called...

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Context The creature was first seen in one of the classic 1950s Universal monster movies – in 1954, specifically. It had two sequels before the decade was over. This monster (also called the “Gill-Man”) is a minor horror icon, and thus often comes to mind when making...

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“Screaming down from the stratosphere. Fantastic flying monster… 17 million years old… bigger than a battleship… faster than a jet plane… making war on all mankind… PANIC from Broadway to Bombay ! Atom Age science helpless against Ice Age...

(Andre Delambre)
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Context I recently watched the animated film Monsters vs. Aliens and thought it would be cool to writeup the original monsters. The Fly was a 1958 horror movie, which inspired a number of (far gorier) sequels and remakes over the years. It’s certainly one of the 1950s “atomic...

(Wild World of Batwoman version)
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Context The Wild World of Batwoman (a.k.a. She Was A Hippie Vampire or Wild Wild World of Batwoman) is a catastrophically bad 1966 film. By far its greatest accomplishment is to have survived the obvious copyright infringement trial. Somehow. This writeup contains some S P O I L E R S...

(1966 movie version, as voiced by Boris Karloff)
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Background Real Name: Unrevealed Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None, save the Who’s perhaps Group Affiliation: None…he’s a hermit remember. Base Of Operations: Mount Crumpet Height: 4’5” Weight: 145 lbs Eyes: Yellow with red pupils (blue when...

(Movie version)
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About two years ago I noticed a gaming buddy of mine had Barbarella in VHS format in his collection. I began to believe that I had missed out on a gamer classic…I bought the movie and found it is much different than what I expected. Still here she is… with S P O I L E R S, I...

(1955 movie giant spider)
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Context Tarantula is a 1955 “Atomic Horror Giant Monster” movie, and is widely considered a fine example of the genre and era. It came one year after the giant ants of Them!, with more modern special effects (the spider had better hair). Unsurprisingly, this profile includes pics...