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Terror In The Midnight Sun/ Invasion Of The Animal People (Special Edition)

Release Date: 7/10/2001
MSRP: $24.99

Studio: Image

Year: 1958

Run Time: 73 minutes

Rating: Not Rated

Starring: John Carradine, Robert Burton, Barbara Wilson, Sten Gester, Bengt Blomgren, Ake Gronberg

Directed by: Virgil W. Vogel, Jerry Warren

   Movie Summary: [Foreign]

    A glowing white spaceship lands under the snow above the arctic circle in the Lapland region of Northern Sweden in "Terror in the Midnight Sun." Believing it to be an unusual meteor, a team of geologists race to the site just in time to be menaced by a giant, furry, monster-faced something-or-other that looks like a drunken Chewbacca. The creature waddles around, wrecks a Lapp village, and makes like a puppy dog in heat for American figure skating champion Barbara Wilson. "Invasion of the Animal People" is the cut and re-edited U.S. version of the original Swedish film, with a changed plot and new shot-in-L.A. footage featuring John Carradine.


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DVD Exras
Audio Commentary by producer Bertil Jernberg, Gallery of exploitation art and still photosTrailers for this, plus the Swedish sexploitation titles "The Cats," "Love Swedish Style," "Maid in Sweden," "Sappho Darling," "Sweden: Heaven and Hell," and "To Ingrid My Love Lisa"; 2 Swedish short subjects: "Lapland Reindeer Ritual" and "Swedish Teens Run Wild"; "The Girl in the Glacier" - An episode of the ultra-rare, never broadcast Swedish TV show "13 Demon Street," written and directed by Curt Siodmak, produced by "Terror in the Midnight Sun's" Gustaf Unger, and featuring Lon Chaney, Jr. as the host

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