Monster on the Campus

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Monster on the Campus is a 1958 film about the blood of a primitive fish exposed to gamma rays turning a research professor into a prehistoric hominid.

Directed by Jack Arnold. Written by David Duncan.
Co-ed beauty captive of man-monster! Campus terror! Students victims of terror-beast!  (taglines)

Professor Donald Blake[edit]

  • Ah, the human female in the perfect state - helpless and silent.

Dialogue[edit]

Professor Donald Blake: Don't open the door! It'll escape!
Sylvia Lockwood: Who cares?
Professor Donald Blake: I care! I want it!
Jimmy Flanders: Well, what is it?
Professor Donald Blake: I don't know! We'll find out when we catch it!

Professor Donald Blake: Unless we learn to control the instincts we've inherited from our ape-like ancestors, the race is doomed.
Madeline Howard: Why don't you learn to control your instincts and stop being so pessimistic?
Professor Donald Blake: You know, you're right, and when I look at you, the future's very bright.

Taglines[edit]

  • Co-ed beauty captive of man-monster! Campus terror! Students victims of terror-beast!
  • Chills! Thrills!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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