The Killer Shrews (1959) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Ray Kellogg and produced by Ken Curtis and Gordon McLendon.
The Killer Shrews (1959)By Beatrice on Nov 30, 2016 From Flickers in Time
The Killer Shrews Directed by Ray Kellogg Written by Jay Simms 1959/USA Hollywood Pictures Corporation First viewing/Amazon Prime The title and poster just ooze potential … A boat captain and his sidekick take refuge from an impending hurricane on an isolated island. ?They are surprised to ... Read full article
The tail-wagging terror of THE KILLER SHREWS (1959)By Aurora on Jul 14, 2014 From Once Upon a Screen
Following is a story?about science gone awry, a story we’ve seen countless times. ?With the pretext of saving humanity man has performed experiments too horrible to contemplate and the movies have been there to document the terror. ?I am asking you to put aside your fears and anxieties for mer... Read full article
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Thorne Sherman: You know something doctor?
Dr. Milo Craigis: What's that?
Thorne Sherman: I'm not going to worry about overpopulation just yet
[Kisses Ann, Fade Out]
Thorne Sherman: Why, that's as big as a full-grown wolf!
[picking up a torn jacket]
Thorne Sherman: They don't leave much, do they?
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For its Germany release the film was titled Die Nacht der unheimlichen Bestien, which means "The Night of the Uncanny Beast."
Close-ups of the giant shrews were filmed using hand puppets. The wider shots used dogs made up as the shrews.
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