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Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993)

When an abused heiress grows to giant size because of her encounter with aliens, she decides to get revenge on her cheating husband and those who annoyed her.

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(earlier screenplay), (teleplay)
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Cast

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Hamilton Cobb
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Dr. Theodora Cushing
Cristi Conaway ...
Louise 'Honey' Parker (as Christi Conaway)
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Dr. Victor Loeb
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Sheriff Denby
Victoria Haas ...
Deputy Charlotte 'Charlie' Spooner
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Mr. Ingersol
Kye Benson ...
Alien Woman #2
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Second Man
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Reporter
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Prospector Eddie
Ben Cleaveland ...
Co-pilot #1
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Tony
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Storyline

While young heiress Nancy Archer is driving home from yelling at her husband who is with another woman at a motel, she is encountered by aliens that zap her with some kind of laser. As a result, Nancy finds herself growing to giant size everytime she gets angry. Her incredible anger makes her 50 feet tall and she's now a walking giant searching in a terrified town for her husband who is with his other woman. Written by <jcobra3@hotmail.com>

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People always called Nancy the little woman... They'll never do that again

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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11 December 1993 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

15 Metros de Mulher  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The film showing at the drive-in when Nancy goes on her rampage is Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958). See more »

Goofs

When Nancy lifts the roof off Honey Parker's nail salon, Honey and Harry are standing still. The next shot is of Harry diving under a sink some distance away. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Victor Loeb: What will she do if she finds him?
Dr. Theodora Cushing: Ball him up like a used Kleenex.
Nurse: Good.
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Connections

References Tarantula (1955) See more »

Soundtracks

Too Many Nights
Written and Performed by Christopher Guest and Michael McKean
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B-movie?
27 December 2002 | by (Long Beach) – See all my reviews

Of course it is! This is the type of B-movie that you'll enjoy. I didn't expect to see HANNAH in this role. But it was fun in a corny kind of way. Although it is still the classic story just like the original, it is "made for tv." But thats okay because Hannah leads that "glamor blonde bombshell life" that her beauty stops the film from falling apart. (5)


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