From Hell It Came

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From Hell It Came is a 1957 film about a wrongfully accused South Seas prince is who executed and returns as a walking tree stump.

Directed by Dan Milner. Written by Richard Bernstein.
Frightmare! Born of Jungle Witchcraft! Created by a Curse!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Prof. Clark: He's afraid of losing his patients to modern medicine. He wants to keep them steeped in their centuries-old superstitions. They worship him like some kind of high priest!
Dr. Arnold: Back in the States they don't regard doctors that way. Sometimes they don't even pay their bills!

Dr. Arnold: You better lay off that stuff, Professor. You'll wake up in the morning with a hangover, but the drums will still be here.
Prof. Clark: The drums don't bother me, Doc. As a matter of fact, they have a nice anthropological beat.
Dr. Arnold: Well, maybe we ought to record it, get it on the hit parade!

Dr. Arnold: If you didn't want me to kiss you, why did you kiss me back?
Dr. Terry Mason: I don't know. Maybe it's my metabolism.

Taglines[edit]

  • Frightmare! Born of Jungle Witchcraft! Created by a Curse!
  • Beast-Thing from the Flames of Hades!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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