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20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) (The Giant Ymir)

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William Hopper William Hopper
Col. Robert Calder
Joan Taylor Joan Taylor
Marisa Leonardo
Frank Puglia Frank Puglia
Dr. Leonardo
John Zaremba John Zaremba
Dr. Judson Uhl
Thomas Browne Henry Thomas Browne Henry
Maj. Gen. A.D. McIntosh
Tito Vuolo Tito Vuolo
Commissario Unte
Jan Arvan Jan Arvan
Signore Contino - Government Official
Arthur Space Arthur Space
Dr. Sharman


Written by (View all)
Robert Creighton Williams Robert Creighton Williams
Christopher Knopf Christopher Knopf
(screenplay)


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Monsters Mash #24 Aliens Invaders Miles to Earth

5 years, 10 months ago at Oct 3 22:14
20 Million Miles to earth was one of the last great monster movie the creature or the Ymir was made by stop-motion legend Ray Harryhausen not a whole lot to say about this movie but is pretty good. (Shortest Review ever)

20 Million Miles to Earth

1 year, 9 months ago at Nov 20 7:13
Despite being made of a wire armature and a clay exterior, the creature from 20 million miles away is the most expressive and unique performer in this routine science fiction adventure story. Strength of story and acting are not the primary reasons anyone watches these Ray Harryhausen films, but even by the permissive standards of these pulp works the story and acting in 20 Million Miles to Earth ... read more
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The first U.S. spaceship to Venus crash-lands off the coast of Sicily on its return trip. A dangerous, lizard-like creature comes with it and quickly grows gigantic.
Release date: 1 June 1957
UPC: 043396077379
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20 Million Miles to Earth

“Despite being made of a wire armature and a clay exterior, the creature from 20 million miles away is the most expressive and unique performer in this routine science fiction adventure story. Strength of story and acting are not the primary reasons anyone watches these Ray Harryhausen films, but even by the permissive standards of these pulp works the story and acting in 20 Million Miles to Earth are mundane and perfunctory. Harryhausen has stated that he preferred making movies based upon mythological stories in romantic pasts over his earlier science fiction amusements, and it shows in how anemic everything but the Venus-born reptilian monster are.   Make no mistake, it never mattered what name appeared in the directorial or screenwriting slots, these films all had one true auteur and” read more

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