The Incredible Shrinking Man Movie Review 1957

Information and Film Reviews for The Incredible Shrinking Man the Movie

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Adapted by Richard Matheson from his own novel, the sci-fi classic is a philosophical thriller about a man who is doused with radioactive mist and begins to slowly shrink. His new size means that everyday objects take on sinister meaning and he must fight for his life in an increasingly hostile, absurd environment. A surreal, suspenseful allegory with impressive special effects. Endowed with the tension usually reserved for Hitchcock films.

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Mike LeBell's Video, 75 Freemont Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90005, Phone: (213)938-3333, Fax: (213)938-3334, Email: mlvideo@aol.com

Available on VHS
Running time 81 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Sci Fi, Books to Film: Richard Matheson, Big Ideas, Men
Screenplay
Richard Matheson
Cast
Grant Williams, Randy Stuart, April Kent, Paul Langton, Raymond Bailey, William Schallert, Frank Scanell, Billy Curtis
Cinematography
Ellis W. Carter
Director
Jack Arnold
Producer
Mark Huffam

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