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The She-Creature ()


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A mysterious hypnotist reverts his beautiful assistant back into the form of a prehistoric sea monster that she was in a past life.

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Dr. Carlo Lombardi
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Timothy Chappel
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Dorothy Chappel
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Dr. Ted Erickson
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Police Lt. Ed James
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Mrs. Chappel
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Andrea Talbott / Elizabeth Wetherby
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Plainclothes Sgt. with Lt. James
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Olaf
Paul Dubov ...
Johnny
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Bob (as Bill Hudson)
Flo Bert ...
Marta
Jeanne Evans ...
Mrs. Brown
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Police Doctor with Prof. Anderson
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Lombardi's Lawyer
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Professor Anderson
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Party Guest
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The She-Creature
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Police Sergeant Pete (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Mari Finley ...
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Party Guest (uncredited)
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King the Dog (uncredited)

Directed by

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Edward L. Cahn

Written by

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Lou Rusoff ... (story)
 
Lou Rusoff ... (screenplay)
 
Jerry Zigmond ... (original idea)

Produced by

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Samuel Z. Arkoff ... executive producer
Israel M. Berman ... associate producer
Alex Gordon ... producer

Music by

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Ronald Stein

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Frederick E. West ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Ronald Sinclair

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Don Ament

Set Decoration by

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Harry Reif

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Jack Dusick ... makeup artist (as Jack Dusek)

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Bartlett A. Carre ... production supervisor (as Bart Carré)

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Bartlett A. Carre ... assistant director (as Bart Carré)

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Karl Brainard ... property master

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Ben Winkler ... sound

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Marjorie Corso ... wardrobe
Paul Blaisdell ... creature costume (uncredited)

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Judith Hart ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Using hypnosis, Dr. Carlo Lombardi claims that he can have his patients regress and recover memories from their past lives, thereby proving that reincarnation exists. He also claims that the spirit of these past lives can be brought forth to take physical form.. A series of violent murders by a creature that seems to disappear into the sea suggests that Lombardi's claim may be correct. The medical and scientific community believe him to be a complete fraud but one enterprising businessman sees the opportunity to make a small fortune with Lombardi's ability. Written by garykmcd

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Taglines The STARTLING disclosures about REINCARNATION and AGE REGRESSION! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Geschöpf des Schreckens (Germany)
  • La criatura (Spain)
  • Thilykos daimonas (Greece)
  • Существо из прошлого (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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  • 77 min
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Budget $100,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The dog that walks along the beach with Marla English is, in real life named Spike, and is the same dog who played the title character in Old Yeller (1957). See more »
Goofs When he first goes into the house at the start, Ted has his pipe in his mouth, but when he finds the murder victims in the next shot, it has vanished. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Teenage Cave Man (1958). See more »
Quotes Andrea Talbott: [to Lombardi] I hate this place. I hate the sound of the ocean. I hate you.
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