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Laura Greeling arrives at her ex-husband's home to discuss the custody of their son, a meeting which proves to be very confrontational. While she is returning to her home in Honolulu, she sees a newspaper headline stating that she is wanted in connection with her ex-husband's death! She goes into hiding, thinking that she is wanted on a charge of murder. She doesn't know that she is really being sought because she is the carrier of an extremely deadly virus, which is what actually killed her ex-husband.
Satellite Terror Strikes The Earth!
Title: Space Master X-7
Release Date: June , 1958
Runtime: 71 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi, Horror
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 5.1
Buried.com Rating: 6.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: Approved
Bill Williams ...John Hand
Lyn Thomas ...Laura Greeling
Robert Ellis ...Pvt. Joe Rattigan
Paul Frees ...Dr. Charles T. Pommer
Rhoda Williams ...Stewardess Archer
Joan Barry ...Jean Meyers, a brunet
Carol Varga ...Elaine Frohman
Thomas Browne Henry ...Prof. West
Thomas Wilde ...Collins
Fred Sherman ...Mr. Morse, Hotel Manager
Gregg Martell ...Jim Dale, plane engineer
Jess Kirkpatrick ...Pilot Vaccarino
Court Shepard ...Battalion Fire Chief Hendry
Moe Howard ...Retlinger, the Cab Driver
Al Baffert ...Plane passenger
Joseph Becker ...
Robert Bice ...Officer
Nesdon Booth ...
Lane Chandler ...Ryder
Judd Holdren ...First Officer Jared
Helen Jay ...
Don Lamond ...
Hank Mann ...Plane Passenger
Edward McNally ...
Ellen Shaw ...
John Ward ...
George Worthing yates
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- Satellite Terror Strikes The Earth!
- 20th Century Fox used this low budget film as a co-feature for their blockbuster release The Fly (1958) in the United States. Twentieth Century Fox did not put this into a television syndication package. The film has remained almost unseen in the U.S. since its theatrical run.
Moe Howard, of Three Stooges fame, makes a cameo appearance as a cab driver. Associate producer Norman Maurer was Moe's son-in-law, and director Edward Bernds was a frequent director for The Three Stooges. Moe had found himself out of work after more than 25 years when Columbia closed their Shorts Department.
In the scene where Laura enters the train station (LA's Union Station) you overhear an announcement regarding a departing train. The announcer was none other than Paul Frees, as usual doing multiple voices in a given film.
While sitting in her hotel room, Laura watches TV while an automobile ad is being run. The salesman is Don Lamond. Don was close friends with Director Bernds as well as Moe Howard, and was a staple on LA TV in the 50's and 60's.
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