The Monster That Challenged the World

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The Monster That Challenged the World is a 1957 film about giant mollusk monsters that attack California.

Directed by Arnold Laven. Written by David Duncan.
Crawling up from the depths... to terrify and torture!  (taglines)

Dr. Jess Rogers[edit]

  • I find that people are always jumping to conclusions about nuclear reaction. Science fact and science fiction are not the same thing, not the same thing at all.
  • From the instant they're born, they're hungry.
  • We must remember that these creatures can travel over land, too.

Other[edit]

  • Dr. Tad Johns: As far as we know, in a man that age, only two things can cause stroke: violent anger, or fear.

Dialogue[edit]

Lt. Cmdr. John 'Twill' Twillinger: Guess what, Sandy, you can go swimming again.
Sandy MacKenzie: [excitedly] Can I?

Taglines[edit]

  • Crawling up from the depths... to terrify and torture!
  • A new kind of terror to numb the nerves!
  • In glorious black & white
  • Distinctly chilling. So real that it is nearly incredible.
  • Instant terror ... Just add water!

Cast[edit]

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