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The Magnetic Monster (1953) was a Science Fiction Film directed by Herbert L. Strock and Curt Siodmak and produced by Ivan Tors.

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By Dan Day Jr. on Jul 6, 2016 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

Kino Studio Classics has come out with a Blu-ray of one of the most unusual of 1950s sci-fi flicks: THE MAGNETIC MONSTER. THE MAGNETIC MONSTER is unusual mainly for the fact that the "monster" is never really seen. A scientist, through his experiments with radiation, has developed a new element tha... Read full article

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Howard Denker: It's hungry! It has to be fed constantly - or it will reach out its magnetic arm and grab at anything within its reach and kill it. It's monstrous, Stewart, monstrous. It grows bigger and bigger!

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Although credited to Curt Siodmak, most of the film was actually directed by Herbert L. Strock, who was hired by Ivan Tors for his skills as an editor, which were viewed as essential for a film which relied so much on stock footage.
The bomber that transported the scientists was a North American B-45 Tornado.
Uses stock footage of the underground magneto-dynamo from the German science fiction thriller Gold.
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