The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) was a Science Fiction - Horror Film directed by Eugène Lourié and produced by Hal E. Chester, Bernard W. Burton and Jack Dietz.
The Beast from 20,000 FathomsBy Beatrice on Nov 6, 2015 From Flickers in Time
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms Directed by Eugene Lourie Written by Lou Morheim and Fred Freiberger from a story by Ray Bradbury 1953/USA Jack Dietz Productions First viewing/Netflix rental A prehistoric monster devours New York City. ?Could this have been the inspiration for Godzilla? A group of sci... Read full article
61 Days of Halloween- The Beast from 20,000 FathomsBy Bernardo Villela on Sep 20, 2011 From The Movie Rat
Most holidays worth their while encompass entire seasons, such as Christmas, for example. However, as you may have noticed there is a corporate push every year for us to think about the next holiday even sooner. While this has many negative side effects I figure I may as well embrace it. Since Labor... Read full article
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms–Part 3By Tom on Aug 26, 2011 From The Old Movie House
Production Notes The budget for the film was 210,000 dollars. An extremely low budget for a film with such lofty ambitions. The live action sequences were shot in a two week period. The special effects however, took significantly longer to perfect, to shoot, and to merge into the live action sequenc... Read full article
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms–Part 2By Tom on Aug 25, 2011 From The Old Movie House
Dr. Elson, now much more willing to consider the fact there just may be a monster on the loose, sits in on a meeting at the office of Col. Evans navy friend. According to him a fishing vessel has sunk for no apparent reason near the Grand Banks, another was destroyed, a lighthouse was destroyed in ... Read full article
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms–Part 1By Tom on Aug 24, 2011 From The Old Movie House
You’ve had a really rotten day at work. The dog ate your favourite slippers, the kids are howling, your mother-in-law, who you thought was your best buddy after your wife, is rumbling that you are no good lazy schnook, and somebody stole your charge card number and just bought a boat that maxe... Read full article
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Warner Brothers bought the film from producers Hal E. Chester and 'Jack Deitz' for $450,000.
When the radio announcer is reading the news about the monster's rampage through New York, various shots of the city are shown, mostly with panicked citizens in the street. When the announcer mentions the situation at Times Square, the accompanying footage shows the Palace Theater, whose marquee reads "Judy Garland - Live and in Person."
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