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From Hell It Came (1957) Poster

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Inspired one of the most infamous movie reviews of all time: "And to hell it can go!"
Professional wrestler turned stuntman/actor Chester Hayes played Prince Maku. It is also Hayes who is inside the Tabanga costume.
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This was the second, and last, feature film to be produced by the Milner Brothers.
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The movie poster shows red blood dripping from the spot on Tabanga where the knife is lodged in his heart. However, in the movie itself, the monster's blood is described as being green.
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Actually, that critique was, "Send it back."
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Opening title credits claim "Introducing Linda Watkins" ignoring or overlooking the fact that the 49 year old actress had appeared in featured roles in at least a half dozen other films between 1931-1933, a quarter century earlier.
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In 1957, Allied Artists released this on a double bill packaged with The Disembodied (1957) on the lower half of the program.
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