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Creature Walks Among Us Vintage Horror Movie Poster Insert

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Original Vintage Sci Fi Universal Horror Movie Memorabilia Collectibles Posters For Sale
The Creature Walks Among Us
Original Vintage Horror Sci Fi Movie Poster Insert (14x36")


CREATURE WALKS AMONG US insert 1956 Reynold Brown art of monster grabbing sexy blonde girl!

 




Striking vintage horror insert movie poster for the Creature series classic.  Very good-excellent condition with just border wear.   * See enlargeable images above and below. 

Description: The Creature Walks Among Us, the 1956 John Sherwood Universal science fiction (sci-fi) underwater sea monster horror thriller sequel ("Beauty and the man-beast from a lost world!"; "TERROR runs rampant on the city streets... as the Monster strikes AGAIN!"; "A city screams in terror!"; "All new underwater thrills!"; "Half monster! ...half man! A clutching claw at the heart of civilization!"; "Science baits his fury with a woman's beauty!"; "No chains can hold the power of his passions!"; "Terror stalks the city's streets!!"; "Half monster! Half man! On a rampage of revenge!"; "Story and Screenplay by Arthur Ross"; set in The Florida Everglades and San Francisco!) starring Jeff Morrow, Rex Reason, Leigh Snowden, Gregg Palmer, Maurice Manson, Ricou Browning (who played the monster underwater), and Don Megowan (who played the monster on land). Note that, in this film, scientists transport the creature from the Everglades in Florida to San Francisco, California!

Very good -excellent condition with some light scuffs in border area.

The Creature Walks Among Us (Universal International, 1956). Insert (14" X 36").
In this, the final installment of Universal's incredibly popular Creature series, scientists attempt to surgically alter the gill-man, allowing him to breath regular air. Of course, the Creature doesn't appreciate this, but he needed an excuse to create a little more on-screen mayhem. The films in the Creature series are among the most memorable and popular in the horror genre and gave the sub-genre "Creature Feature" its name.

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