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J. Lawrence Cassingham (1918–2007)

As a civilian expert in radiation -- and resident of southern California -- Cassingham was in high demand as a technical advisor for many SciFi features and TV shows in the 1950s, when it seemed most SciFi had a "radioactivity" element, either as a useful force or a scary menace. See full bio »

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 1958 Teenage Monster (technical advisor)
 1957 The Brain from Planet Arous (technical advisor - as J.L. Cassingham)
 1954 The Atomic Kid (technical advisor - uncredited)
 1952 Zombies of the Stratosphere (technical advisor)
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 1953 The Magnetic Monster (technical advisor - as J.L. Cassingham, also designed control center set)
 1952 Zombies of the Stratosphere (technical advisor - uncredited)

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