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King Dinosaur 50s Sci-Fi Double Feature

KING DINOSAUR: Atomic Age and Stone Age collide when a new planet appears in our solar system, within sight of Earth, prompting a two-man, two-woman rocket flight that finds giant animals and reptiles, some reminiscent of our planet’s prehistoric monsters.

THE JUNGLE: Location filming in India’s rugged terrain is a highlight of this combination jungle adventure/sci-fi with Marie Windsor as the daughter of an ailing maharajah, setting out with Sikh advisor Cesar Romero and American hunter Rod Cameron to investigate the destruction of some remote villages–and encountering herds of wild elephants and prehistoric mammoths!

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KING DINOSAUR: Atomic Age and Stone Age collide when a new planet appears in our solar system, within sight of Earth, prompting a two-man, two-woman rocket flight that finds giant animals and reptiles, some reminiscent of our planet’s prehistoric monsters. A key early low budget Bert I. Gordon production with the “prehistoric monsters” played by a magnified iguana and other lizards! 1955|64 min|B&W|1.66:1 (widescreen)|NR

THE JUNGLE: Location filming in India’s rugged terrain is a highlight of this combination jungle adventure/sci-fi with Marie Windsor as the daughter of an ailing maharajah, setting out with Sikh advisor Cesar Romero and American hunter Rod Cameron to investigate the destruction of some remote villages–and encountering herds of wild elephants and prehistoric mammoths!  1952|73 min|Sepiatone|1.33:1|NR

“King Dinosaur 50s Sci-Fi Double Feature”

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