Incredible Shrinking Man

Incredible Shrinking Man

Director: Jack Arnold Cast: Grant Williams, Randy Stuart, April Kent
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Overview

Incredible Shrinking Man

The screen's great existential science fiction film, The Incredible Shrinking Man stars Grant Williams in the title role. While catching some rays on his brother's yacht, Scott Carey (Williams) is enveloped by a mysterious dark cloud. Soon after, he discovers that he's getting thinner -- and smaller. Despite the assuring attitude of his family doctor (the inevitable William Schallert), Scott is losing an inch's worth of height with each passing day. It is finally determined that he has developed an "anti-cancer," a by-product of a new strain of insecticide. By the time he's reached the size of a small boy, Scott has become world-famous. But the phenomenon has adversely affected his personality, turning him into a tyrant, lashing out at the world in general and his faithful wife in particular. An anti-toxin briefly halts the shrinking process, whereupon Scott joins a midget troupe, where he is briefly "accepted" for what he has become. But before long he's shrinking again, becoming so tiny that he is forced to live in a dollhouse. When Scott is attacked by his pet cat, his wife assumes that he's been killed; in fact, Scott, by now so minuscule that even a garden-variety spider poses a deadly threat to him, is hiding in his cellar. By film's end, Scott is no larger than an atom. Uncertain of what is in store for him, he steps out into the mists, summing up his newfound philosophy: "Smaller than smallest, I meant something too. To God there is no zero. I still exist!" Adapted by Richard Matheson from his own novel, The Incredible Shrinking Man is enhanced by its superb special effects.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/30/2011
UPC: 0025192095443
Original Release: 1957
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:21:00
Sales rank: 16,365

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Grant Williams Scott Carey
Randy Stuart Louise Carey
April Kent Clarice
Paul Langton Charlie Carey
Raymond Bailey Dr. Thomas Silver
William Schallert Dr. Arthur Bramson
Frank Scannell Barker
Helene Marshall Nurse
Diana Darrin Nurse
Billy Curtis Midget
John Hiestand TV Newscaster
Lock Martin Giant (cut)
Luce Potter Midget
Regis Parton Bit

Technical Credits
Jack Arnold Director
Alexander Golitzen Art Director
Everett H. Broussard Special Effects
Leslie I. Carey Sound/Sound Designer
Fred Carling Score Composer,Screenwriter
Ellis W. Carter Cinematographer
Robert Clatworthy Art Director
Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration/Design
Joseph E. Gershenson Musical Direction/Supervision
Irving Gertz Score Composer
Roswell A. Hoffmann Special Effects
William Holland Asst. Director
Al Joseph Editor
Fred Karlin Score Composer
Jack Kevan Makeup
Fred Knoth Special Effects
Elliot Lawrence Score Composer
Ruby Levitt Set Decoration/Design
Richard Matheson Screenwriter
Jay A. Morley Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Pritchard Sound/Sound Designer
Hans J. Salter Score Composer
Richard Alan Simmons Screenwriter
Herman Stein Score Composer
Clifford Stine Special Effects
Bud Westmore Makeup
Albert Zugsmith Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Incredible Shrinking Man
1. Main Titles [1:18]
2. Strange Mist [3:07]
3. Losing Weight [2:32]
4. Getting Smaller [3:32]
5. Medical Testing [6:05]
6. Famous [4:52]
7. Antitoxin [5:07]
8. Starting Again [4:12]
9. Under Attack [6:10]
10. Basement Universe [5:39]
11. Springing the Trap [4:04]
12. Useful Tools [6:11]
13. Terrifying Enemy [9:45]
14. Flooded [3:53]
15. Driven by Hunger [4:17]
16. Conquered [6:50]
17. Becoming Nothing [2:32]
18. End Titles [:31]

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