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The Crawling Eye


Forrest Tucker, Jennifer Jayne, Janet Munro, Laurence Payne View All


Jimmy Sangster (Screenplay), Quentin Lawrence (Director), Peter Key (Story) View All

Release: Jul. 7th, 1958
Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes
An American investigator for the U.N., a German scientist and a British reporter join forces to investigate a series of disappearances and mutilation-deaths confined to a Swiss Alp and involving a thick, mobile cloud, a telepathic girl, an animate dead man, and tentacled, cyclopean beings from another planet.
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But the shows first episode almost felt like the show had not reached its proper ground, because the first episode's featured movie, The Crawling Eye (known internationally as The Trollenberg Terror), is NOT one of the worst movies ever.


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