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After Los Angeles is invaded by an army of subterranean monsters a small group of people must fight for survival in the deserted metropolis.
Up from the bowels of the earth come...
Also Known As:
Tomorrow You Die
Title: Slime People, The
Release Date: September 18, 1963
Runtime: 76 mins
All Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 2.1
Buried.com Rating: 3.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Robert Hutton ...Tom Gregory
Les Tremayne ...Norman Tolliver
Robert Burton ...Prof. Galbraith
Susan Hart ...Lisa Galbraith
William Boyce ...Cal Johnson
Judee Morton ...Bonnie Galbraith
John Close ...KTTV Reporter Vince Williams
Edward Finch Abrams ...Bum in Theater
Bob Herron ...Slime Person
Dr. Tracy J. Putnam ...Dr. Timothy Brough
Jock Putnam ...Slime Person
Blair Robertson ...Mrs. Castillo
Joseph F. Robertson ...Bum in Theater
Fred Stromsoe ...Slime Person
Edward Finch Abrams
Donald J. Hansen
Joseph F. Robertson
More Movie Taglines:
- Up from the bowels of the earth come...
- Cal Johnson: [after flirting with Bonnie] Gee whiz, after sitting here talking to you, I don't even want to think about slime people!
Reporter: Dr Brough, what exactly do these creatures look like? Dr. Timothy Brough: They're large, huge, prehistotic. Covered with scales, and covered with slime. Reporter: The Slime People!
Norman Tolliver: I say, Tom, are you driving this worn-out old heap?
Bonnie Galbraith: [while standing right next to the slime people's wall] Where's the wall, Daddy? Prof. Galbraith: Right there, dear!
Tom Gregory: I'm a newscaster, sports mostly.
- The producers originally planned to have creatures called voles in the film as well as the slime people. The voles would have been wolf-like animals from underground that had been domesticated by the slime people, but the were left out of the final script.
The scenes of devastation supposedly caused by the fight with the slime people (shown briefly while the group is driving away from the airport) is actually footage of the Hollywood hills shortly after a wildfire swept through the area.
The scenes in the butcher shop and freezer were filmed in an actual butcher shop owned by the father-in-law of actor 'Robert Hutton' in Lancaster, California.
The two bums who appear in the theater are played by Joseph F. Robertson and Edward Finch Abrams, the film's producer and associate producer, respectively.
Blair Robertson, who was one of the scriptwriters, plays Mrs. Steel in the TV news footage.
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