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The Mole People (1956) was a Fantasy - Horror Film directed by Virgil W. Vogel and produced by William Alland.

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The Mole People (1956, Virgil W. Vogel)

By Andrew Wickliffe on May 16, 2016 From The Stop Button

I have a long nostalgic history with The Mole People, which I won’t get into, but there will be tangents. Because The Mole People’s one of the reasons I got into classic film. It’s one of the reasons I prefer watching black and white films for concise intellectual pleasure, usually... Read full article

The Mole People (1956)

By Beatrice on May 5, 2016 From Flickers in Time

The Mole People Directed by Virgil W. Vogel Written by L?sl? G?r?g 1956/USA Universal International Pictures First viewing/Netflix rental This is fun although I could have done with more mole people and less Sumerian rituals. We begin with a solemn little lesson on different historical interpre... Read full article

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Dr. Roger Bentley: In archaeology all things are possible.

Dr. Roger Bentley: The light! Their eyes can't tolerate the light!

Dr. Jud Bellamin: [Sarcastically] Why don't we just give up and apply for Sumerian citizenship?
Dr. Roger Bentley: I don't like mushrooms.
Dr. Jud Bellamin: Last night we had cave rat for dinner.

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Shot in 17 days.
This movie was the inspiration for The Dickies' song Attack of the Molemen.
In the original ending, Dr. Bentley and Adal lived happily ever after. The studio, reluctant to imply an interracial relationship, insisted on a new ending two weeks after filming ended.
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