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The Navy Vs The Night Monsters 1966 Mamie Van Doren DVD MP4 USB Drive
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The Voluptuous Mamie Van Doren Stars In This Sci-Fi Monster Horror Film Color Cult Classic About The Deadly Surprise A Team Of Navy Scientists Bring From Antarctica To A Remote Pacific Island, And All The Terror And Destruction It Brings! *Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1966, 1 Hour 27 Minutes.) #TheNavyVsTheNightMonsters #MamieVanDoren #AnthonyEisley #BillyGray #BobbyVan #PamelaMason #ScienceFictionMonsterMovies #ScienceFictionHorrorFilms #MonsterFilms #MonsterMovies #CreatureFeatures #ScienceFictionFilms #ScienceFictionMovies #Scifi #ScifiMovies #ScifiFilms #ScienceFiction #Monsters #Horror #HorrorFilms #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #AmericanCinema #USCinema #CinemaOfTheUS #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
Michael A. Hoey, Jon Hall (Uncredited), Arthur C. Pierce (Uncredited)
Jack Broder, Roger Corman (Uncredited)
Michael A. Hoey (Screenplay), Murray Leinster (Novel, "The Monster from Earth's End"), Arthur C. Pierce (Uncredited)
Mamie Van Doren ... Nora Hall
Anthony Eisley ... Lt. Charles Brown
Billy Gray ... CPO Fred Twining (as Bill Gray)
Bobby Van ... Ens. Rutherford Chandler
Pamela Mason ... Marie - Scientist
Walter Sande ... Dr. Arthur Beecham
Edward Faulkner ... Bob Spaulding
Phillip Terry ... Base Doctor
Kaye Elhardt ... Diane
Taggart Casey ... Warrant Officer Holly Hollister
Russ Bender ... Chief Warr. Off. McBride
Del 'Sonny' West (as Del West)
Biff Elliot ... Cmdr. Arthur Simpson
Charles Kramer ... Corpse (uncredited)
Red West ... (uncredited)
The Navy Vs. the Night Monsters (a.k.a. Monsters Of The Night and The Night Crawlers) is a 1966 independently made American science fiction-monster film drama. It was based on the 1959 science fiction novel The Monster from Earth's End by Murray Leinster. Director Michael A. Hoey read Leinster's novel and thought it could make a good science fiction film along the lines of The Thing From Another World (1951). He optioned it and wrote a screenplay, originally titled The Nightcrawlers. Producer George Edwards read it and agreed to finance the film; because of the limited amount of money available, Hoey was hired to direct. He later stated that he was paid 10K USD for the script and his services, 4K of which went to Leinster for the film rights, 2K to the Directors Guild of America and another 1K to his agent, netting him only 3K USD for his efforts. The total budget for this B-movie was 178K USD. Roger Corman provided some uncredited assistance to executive producer Jack Broder. Hoey said that during rehearsal, Broder announced the film's new title would be The Navy vs. The Night Monsters. "The entire cast was ready to walk out", claimed Hoey. "They were furious that he would give it that title". The film was distributed by Realart Pictures Inc., which specialized in reissues of older pictures, particularly from the library of Universal Pictures.