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It's a pretty terrible movie, which does include one of the great silly shots of all time: Akim Tamiroff, who's accidentally
turned himself into part human, part vulture, flies away with Broderick Crawford. You'd think Tamiroff couldn't get even HIMSELF off the ground....
The one odd thing about it is that it's one of a handful of color movies released theatrically in the U.S. in black and white.
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Are there any pics of the monster floating around? I've never seen one...and would love to!
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Butcher Benton wrote:
reminded me of Foghorn Leghorn. I remember seeing this at a Saturday matinee when it came out. All of the kids, including this one, were laughing at those
<< Broderick Crawford was along way from his All the King's Men Oscar at that point. He was even a long way from "Highway Patrol."
Mr. Crawford refused to talk with us about this film.
Nov 26 07 10:45 PM
Alias the Scarecrow wrote:
I'm curious about this film, having never seen it but wanting to..does anyone have any recollections of it; good or bad? I've heard mixed reviews
here and there. Also, does anyone know where I might find a copy on DVD or even VHS? Thanks.
Paramount Pictures released this film at the movie theatres and on TV. i don't know if they still have the rights, but if they still do, I DOUBT they
will release it on DVD in the foreseeable future considering their lack of interest in releasing older genre films. I am still waiting for Paramount to release
DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS. I also saw THE VULTURE back in the 1970's on TV on CREATURE FEATURES on KTVU Channel 2.
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