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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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Background Real Name: Nancy Fowler Archer. Other Aliases: The Fifty Foot Woman. Marital Status: Married. Known Relatives: Unnamed father (deceased), Harry Archer (Husband). Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: California. Height: 5’7” Weight: 130 lbs Age: 28 Eyes:...

(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...

(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...

(1941 Republic serial version)
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But I appreciate the “Golden Age” take I had never seen before. In reading background, it was generally considered to be the best movie serial ever made except for the Flash Gordon serials. The sequences of Cap in flight were amazing considering the era and the budget. It was...

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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...

(20 million miles to Earth)
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Context A powerful humanoid lizard-like creature from Venus that grows at an accelerated rate in Earth’s atmosphere. This creature is the star of a 1957 monster flick, best-known for Ray Harryhausen ’ special effects. The working title of 20 million miles to Earth was The...

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Context The Valley of Gwangi is a 1969 movie in a major, fertile genre – cowboys vs. dinosaurs. It is primarily known for the Ray Harryhausen monster animation work. It wasn’t commercially successful — the monster mashes era had ended — but is a minor cult one. I...

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An interesting aspect for a 50’s film was Faith Domergue’s liberated character, Professor Lesley Joyce, who was devoted to her career and enjoyed being wooed by both lead men. When Commander Matthews rather arrogantly thought she’d change some of her career plans after he...