Documentary about the movie The Blob (1958) and it's connection with Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.


(as James D. Rolfe)

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Credited cast:
Himself - Host (as James D. Rolfe)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bryan Bickhart ...
Himself - Steve McQueen look-a-like contest winner
Russ Conway ...
Himself - Boy running out of theater
Rich Drees ...
David Schecter ...
Wes Shank ...
Himself - Memorabilia collector
Tony R. Tuski ...
Himself - Blobfest Attendee


Documentary about the movie The Blob (1958) and it's connection with Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.

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28 December 2010 (USA)  »

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27 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This 20 min documentary answered a lot of questions for me about the greatest monster movie ever made. It let me know that I am not the only one that loves this movie. It also let me in on where some of the scenes were at. I was always wondering where the garage was at that was in the original movie, and it still exists. The house where the old man, the doc, and the nurse were devoured in also still stands. I cannot explain it but it will be such a great experience for me to be where a great actor like Steve McQueen was at. I also want to go to the diner where they were trapped in while the blob covered it. It is so great to love a movie like this that actually has real places portrayed in it. The greatest part was the fact that that movie theater was real also, and that there is actually a blob fest. I want to get over there to Pheonixville, PA soon to be part of the blob fest.

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