Teenagers from Outer Space

Teenagers from Outer Space

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Director: Tom Graeff, David Love, Dawn Anderson, Harvey B. Dunn

Cast: Tom Graeff, David Love, Dawn Anderson, Harvey B. Dunn

     
 

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This off-the-wall, low-budget sci-fi film was written, produced, directed, edited, photographed, and acted (one role) by Tom Graeff. The unlikely story concerns a spaceship that lands on Earth from somewhere a lot less accommodating. On board are the space aliens' grazing animals, the gorgons. These are huge, crab-like monsters that quickly balloon up to a gigantic

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This off-the-wall, low-budget sci-fi film was written, produced, directed, edited, photographed, and acted (one role) by Tom Graeff. The unlikely story concerns a spaceship that lands on Earth from somewhere a lot less accommodating. On board are the space aliens' grazing animals, the gorgons. These are huge, crab-like monsters that quickly balloon up to a gigantic size and then proceed to devour any humans in sight. Soon the space aliens are split between the loner who would rather forget the gorgons and just stay here, and his two evil opponents. The single good guy appears to be the only hope for saving the people of the earth from turning into a snack food.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/30/2005
UPC:
0018713511270
Original Release:
1959
Rating:
NR
Source:
Good Times Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[B&W]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono]
Time:
1:26:00

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Disc #1 -- Teenagers From Outer Space
1. Supreme Weapons [10:51]
2. Best Man [4:33]
3. Just Arrived [4:52]
4. Military Secret [7:59]
5. Nice Fellow [6:03]
6. Be Swift [8:13]
7. Insane Killer [7:19]
8. Emergency Patient [5:45]
9. Man-Eating Beast [9:14]
10. Crazy Kids [4:33]
11. More Power [8:35]
12. Unknown Enemy [7:14]

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Teenagers from Outer Space 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thats what happens when our older teens use their ray guns on Dogs, People, Gas station attendants, they become nothing but a pile of bones! We have a space ship landing, A few aliens get out and they have a Lobster with them. Apparently if these things are let alone long enough, they will graze and become huge, Only they are never called Lobsters, "Gargons!" Well, one alien wants to get away from the group. He winds up going into town to find his way in the new world. He comes across a young lady with a horrible hairdo and her grand daddy. They just happen to have a room for rent and don't seem to mind that the tennant looks odd as he's dressed in a space costume,Can't answer even the simplest of questions and generally, is clueless, it's more or less shrugged off, It's a B-Movie. Another alien is tracking down the escapee however. He eventually catches up to him, Next, the cops get involved, Though this particular police department is all plain clothes, (A bet would be this move was done a shoestring budget) Anyway, the cops hit the guy. Buy this movie from Barnes and Noble for one of the most climatice endings you will ever see on the silver screen, Hey! Why is my nose growing?
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been a fan of wretched fifties sci-fi films for years, and I'd somehow never seen this title. Despite the insanely low budget (the ray guns used in the film actually have the Buck Rogers logo visible on them!), the fact that most of the 'teenagers' look like they're in their thirties, and the stilted acting of the entire cast (especially leading lady Dawn Anderson!), this movie is very watchable and entertaining. It plays out as sort of a cross between REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE and THE TERMINATOR, done with no talent or budget. Leading man David Love is a terrible actor; but he is pretty sexy in his alien jumpsuit.
Alan_Slates More than 1 year ago
At 51 years of age, I finally found the one movie that started my love for science fiction. In this black and white film, even though it is the best they had at the time for special effects, they did a great job. The plot keeps you going, and the ending will really surprise you. I recommend this book for anyone to watch as I saw it when it was on television back in the 60's and after all these years have finally found that special movie....Teenagers from Outer Space