Young film student tries to sell his weird movie to a desperate film producer who is in need of a tax write-off. The producer screens the film "Lobster Man From Mars". What follows is one of the most bizarre and funny film within-a-film sendups: Mars suffers from an air leakage, and send the dreaded Lobster Man to Earth to steal its air. The plot is foiled by a mad scientist, a girl, and an army colonel. The producer buys the movie, but it makes a huge profit and the producer is sent to jail, with the film student taking his place as the studio hot shot Written by
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Did You Know?
In his autobiography, Tony Curtis
says that he worked on the movie because they paid him $100,000, and he needed to make child support payments. He also mentions that during the production, he never saw the scenes of the movie that his character was reacting to. See more
It means that either he escaped, or he walked backwards from the horizon to commit suicide in this bonfire.
No Lobsters Were Harmed During This Production, Only Eaten. See more
Written by Kate Pierson
(uncredited), Fred Schneider
(as F. Schneider), Keith Strickland
(uncredited), Cindy Wilson
(uncredited) / Ricky Wilson
(as R. Wilson) See more