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Monster Man 

When Hollywood studios want a bizarre creature, monster prop or out-of-this world alien, they turn to Cleve Hall and his very unique, family business. This series goes behind the scenes of ... See full summary »
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Cleve Hall ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2012
Constance Hall ...  Herself 4 episodes, 2012
Sonia Maddox-Hall ...  Herself 4 episodes, 2012
Hill Vinot Hill Vinot ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2012
Johnnie Saiko ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2012
Elora Hall ...  Herself 3 episodes, 2012
Roy Knyrim Roy Knyrim ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2012
Cindy Miller Cindy Miller ...  Herself 3 episodes, 2012
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When Hollywood studios want a bizarre creature, monster prop or out-of-this world alien, they turn to Cleve Hall and his very unique, family business. This series goes behind the scenes of Cleve's workshop, where the craziness of this fun family is matched only by the insane monsters they build. Written by Anonymous

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14 March 2012 (USA) See more »

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Gurney Productions See more »
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Gone (from d tube), but not forgotten...
8 November 2013 | by poe426See all my reviews

I was surprised when MONSTER MAN was canceled: it allowed viewers to take an all-too rare and genuinely fascinating look at just how difficult it can be to get a monster up and running. Impossible deadlines and everything that could possibly go wrong combined with miscommunication(s) and bruised egos to produce episode after episode of a day in the life of a true Monster Maker. Truly fascinating. (One of my favorites had to be the two-headed shark; while it might not've looked Real World real, it was a great idea and it was fun to watch the shooting of the "double-header" attack.) It's sad that so many filmmakers these days opt for cgi instead of Practical Effects. Give me the monster in the rubber suit any day of the week.


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