A showman introduces a small coastal town to a unique movie experience and capitalises on the Cuban Missile crisis hysteria with a kitschy horror extravaganza combining film effects, stage props and actors in rubber suits in this salute to the B-movie. Written by
Keith Loh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lawrence Woolsey presents the end of civilization as we know it. Make that... Proudly Presents!
Did You Know?
During the phone call between Sherry and Stan, we can hear 'The End of the World' by Skeeter Davis playing in the background. The record was not released until December 1962, two months after the end of the Cuban Missile Crisis. See more
[breaking up fight between Mr. Elroy and another customer over a box of Shredded Wheat
Shredded Wheat Man
[grabbing the box
That's my Shredded Wheat!
Is there any more in back?
There's no more Shredded Wheat in back. There's no more Shredded Wheat in the entire Keys, and one of you will have to go to the Atomic Destruction with no damn Shredded Wheat!
After the credits are complete, we are treated to a quick snippet from "MANT" with the Cathy Moriarty character pining, "Oh, Bill". See more
References A Summer Place
My Boyfriend's Back
Written by Bob Feldman
, Jerry Goldstein
(as Gerald Goldstein) & Richard Gottehrer
Performed by The Angels
Courtesy of Polygram Special Markets See more