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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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Known For

The Brain from Planet Arous
The Brain from Planet Arous Miscellaneous Crew
(1957)
Zombies of the Stratosphere
Zombies of the Stratosphere Miscellaneous Crew
(1952)
Teenage Monster
Teenage Monster Miscellaneous Crew
(1958)
The Magnetic Monster
The Magnetic Monster Special Effects
(1953)

Filmography

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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 - also designed control center set, uncredited)
 1952 Zombies of the Stratosphere (technical advisor - uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

J.L. Cassingham
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Star Sign:

Capricorn

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