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A strange missile from outer space circles the Earth at low altitudes, destroying everything in its path.
The Thing That Came from Outer Hell...To Burn the World Alive!
Title: Lost Missile, The
Release Date: December , 1958
Runtime: 70 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 5.2
Buried.com Rating: 6.2 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With L
Robert Loggia ...Dr. David Loring
Ellen Parker ...Joan Wood
Phillip Pine ...Dr. Joe Freed (as Philip Pine)
Larry Kerr ...General Barr
Marilee Earle ...Ella Freed
Fred Engelberg ...TV Singer (as Fred Engleberg)
Kitty Kelly ...Mama - Ella's Mother
Selmer Jackson ...Secretary of State
Hari Rhodes ...Black Man at Piano
Shirley J. Shawn ... (as Shirley Shawn)
J. Anthony Hughes ...Governor of New york
Robert Busch ...
John Holland ... (as Jack Holland)
John McNamara ...
Mike Steele ...
Cecil Elliott ...Harold's Wife (as Cecil Elliot)
Viola Harris ...
Don Pethley ...
Myron Cook ...
Mark Dunhill ...
Joe Hyams ...young - Reporter
Bill Bradley ...Himself
Lawrence Dobkin ...Narrator (voice)
Stanley Fafara ...Boy on Evacuation School Bus
Robert Shayne ...Air Force General
Stephanie Shayne ...Sandra
More Movie Taglines:
- The Thing That Came from Outer Hell...To Burn the World Alive!
- A weird invader ... turning oceans to steam ... melting mountains ... turning men and women white with the awesome, horrible way it KILLS!
- You won't want to look
- but you can't help it!
- You won't believe your eyes
- but you'll never forget what they see!
- You won't want to stay
- but you'll be glued to your seat!
- According to widow Lin Bixby, Jerome Bixby "had written The Lost Missile in collaboration with 'Johnny McPartland' qv, of No Down Payment (1957) fame and had entertained hopes that it would be a decent credit. However, director dropped dead on the second day of filming, and his idiot son had taken over. Some over-emoting actors also made a contribution, so that lines that were supposed to be grim came out as boff lines, i.e., 'Thank God, there is a Dew Line.' Still brings giggles, and/or winces, depending."
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