It Conquered The World: DVD, 1956, Peter Graves, Beverly Garland, Lee Van Cleef, One of The Best 50s Cult Classics

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Appears in: Cult Horror / Sci-Fi

MOVIE TITLE: It Conquered The World 

YEAR OF RELEASE: 1956 

RUNNING TIME: 71 Minutes 

FILM SHOT IN: Black & White (you would receive the "FULLSCREEN" version) 

PICTURE QUALITY RATING: = 8.5 out of 10 (Very Good Quality. These rare films come from a variety of sources~please do not expect modern day high-definition digital quality.) 

DIRECTED BY: Roger Corman 

STARRING: Peter Graves, Beverly Garland, Lee Van Cleef, Sally Fraser, Dick Miller, Jonathan Haze   

BRIEF PLOT SUMMARY: One of several remaining members of its race, an alien from Venus is guided to Earth by disgruntled scientist Tom Anderson, who tells it which humans it should attach mind control devices to. Among them is his old friend, fellow scientist Paul Nelson. Nelson, after killing a flying bat-thing which carries the device, finally persuades the paranoid Anderson that he's been wrong to ally himself with an alien bent on world domination. They hurriedly leave when they discover Tom's wife has picked up a rifle and gone to the alien's cave to try to kill it. 

SPECIAL NOTES: For Frank Zappa fans, this is the movie he talks about at the beginning of the song Cheepnis on the LP Roxy & Elsewhere! Look for the 2x4s when the "inverted ice cream cone" monster comes out of the cave! 

 


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