Devil Girl from Mars

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Overview

In this low-budget British science fiction tale (which, not surprisingly, has gained a cult following), Nyah (Patricia Laffan), a statuesque, leather-clad woman from another world, lands near a small Scottish town with her trusty robot in tow. It seems that Mars has recently seen a dramatic drop in their male population, and if the Martian species is to survive, healthy men are needed to serve as husbands on the red planet. Nyah has been sent forth to bring Earth men back with her, but the local Scotsmen aren't ...
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Overview

In this low-budget British science fiction tale (which, not surprisingly, has gained a cult following), Nyah (Patricia Laffan), a statuesque, leather-clad woman from another world, lands near a small Scottish town with her trusty robot in tow. It seems that Mars has recently seen a dramatic drop in their male population, and if the Martian species is to survive, healthy men are needed to serve as husbands on the red planet. Nyah has been sent forth to bring Earth men back with her, but the local Scotsmen aren't so interested in going -- and their women aren't about to give them up without a fight. The supporting cast includes horror fan favorite Hazel Court and Hugh McDermott. Special Features include the original theatrical trailer.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/21/2000
  • UPC: 014381858921
  • Original Release: 1954
  • Rating:

  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:17:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patricia Laffan Nyah
Hugh McDermott Michael Carter
Adrienne Corri Doris
Hazel Court Eileen Prestwick
James Edmond
Stuart Hibberd
John Laurie Mr. Jamieson
Peter Reynolds Albert
Anthony Richmond Tommy
Sophie Stewart Mrs. Jamieson
Joseph Tomelty Professor Hennessy
Technical Credits
David MacDonald Director
Norman J. Arnold Production Designer
Edwin T. Astley Score Composer
Jack Cox Cinematographer
Edward J. Danziger Producer
Harry Lee Danziger Producer
James Eastwood Screenwriter
Red Law Sound/Sound Designer
John C. Maher Screenwriter
George Partleton Makeup
Bert Ross Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Taylor Editor
Max Varnel Asst. Director
Jack Whitehead Special Effects
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Index
1. Main Titles [1:30]
2. Strange Occurrences [9:22]
3. Seeking Shelter [3:54]
4. It Came from Outer Space [8:57]
5. Mars Needs Men [10:52]
6. The Invisible Wall [4:31]
7. Robot of Death! [6:15]
8. Seeing Is Believing [10:53]
9. Under Her Power [5:50]
10. Death to All [7:53]
11. "Nothing Like this Has Ever Happened Before." [6:15]
12. End Credits [:21]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Start Feature
   Theatrical Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wake me when the movie starts

    An old english country house located in, You guessed it, The country. A meteor fell from the sky, but it was really a Rocketship made from a plumbing flange. A Woman from Mars eventually comes out and starts controlling all the men by merely looking at them.(I'll make sure not to show my wife this film or I have had it!) Anyway, I thought the spaceship looked pretty good, but the story dragged. But, the bar at the Inn was fully stocked. I've seen more speed on a daytime soap. We get the music and occasional visits from the devil girl, actually, several visits and we are reminded that we are powerless over her. One thing leads to another, and the Devil girl winds up taking with her an Ex-con, who has a secret plan to make the ship expolde, as this was discussed when everybody met in the farmhouse when it seemed nothing could stop her. The movie ends when the spaceship takes off and blows up. I am a huge fan of lousy B-Movies, I would reccomend this movie, provided you have a full pot of coffee going.

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