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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN

The Incredible Shrinking Man - 1957


THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN

DIRECTOR: Jack Arnold
YEAR: 1957

Grant Williams plays the title role of a man who begins shrinking after passing through a strange radioactive mist on his yacht. Atomic character actor William Schallert plays an incredulous doctor who dismisses Williams' fears of growing shorter. Soon Williams is battling cats and spiders and living in a doll house. Adapted from Richard Matheson's existential novel (Matheson also wrote the screenplay).

AMAZON product link: THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN

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