Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958) was a Science Fiction Film directed by Nathan Juran and produced by Jacques R. Marquette and Bernard Woolner.
ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN ( 1958 )By Theresa Brown on Oct 31, 2016 From CineMaven's Essays from the Couch
Yes, you?ve seen ?THE ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN? about as many times as I have, though I may have the jump on you being a Baby Boomer and have been watching old sci~fi films a little longer than you. I hope with this Halloween post here, ?you’ll let me take?you through this great ol? cult cl... Read full article
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958)By Beatrice on Oct 7, 2016 From Flickers in Time
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman “Nathan Hertz” (alias for Nathan Juran) Written by Mark Hanna 1958/USA Woolner Brothers Pictures Inc. First viewing/Amazon Instant This is a shoe-in for the?coveted Best Bad Film of 1958 award. Nancy Archer is fabulously wealthy and the owner of the giganti... Read full article
My Accidentally Hilarious Blogathon Entry: "Attack of the 50 Foot Woman," or A Big Hand for the Little LadyBy David on Jul 13, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
This is part of the Accidentally Hilarious Blogathon sponsored by your friends and mine at Movies, Silently, so visit them for other entries, eh what? Great expense was spared in assembling these titles. "We interrupt 'Sex Sent Me to the ER' for this special report. A big ball has been spotte... Read full article
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Honey Parker: Why did you?
Harry Archer: You know why. I couldn't pry a nickel out of her. That community property routine only works for women! A man hasn't got a chance!
Honey Parker: Unless the wife dies.
[he looks around in shock;]
Honey Parker: I didn't say anything.
Harry Archer: You were thinking it!
Honey Parker: Not the same thing.
Harry Archer: They need my permission to operate. They're looking for me now to sign the papers.
Honey Parker: That's great. that's wonderful. Just hide out here for a few days and let her blow up like a balloon.
Harry Archer: Hey, hey, hey, Tony, something's happen to your lights.
Tony the Bartender: I got eyes, I can see.
Honey Parker: Who needs lights?
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According to Yvette Vickers, the suggestion for her sexy dance came from Frank Chase, brother of dancer Barrie Chase, who played the deputy Charlie.
This film was made right after the success of Sputnik. The alien spacecraft is called a "satellite" because the writer thought that meant any spherical shaped spacecraft.
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