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Rated NR · 81 minutes · 1957

Science fiction
A scientist (Grant Williams) exposed to radiation grows smaller and smaller in this faithful 1957 adaptation of a bad Richard Matheson novel; it's a lot more interesting than its source, thanks to the special effects and Jack Arnold's taut, no-nonsense direction. The surreal intensity of outsize objects that loom as the hero shrinks is handled effectively, and the mystical happy ending is a better payoff than one would expect of the genre.
Director: Jack Arnold
Cast: Grant Williams, Randy Stuart, April Kent, Paul Langton, William Schallert and Billy Curtis

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