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Trollenberg Terror, The

Trollenberg Terror, The(1958)

Also Known As: Crawling Eye, The |

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A remote mountain resort in Switzerland is invaded by horrible alien creatures that like to decapitate humans. The beings are also in telepathic communication with people and inhabit a mysterious, radioactive cloud at the base of the Trollenberg mountain.

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Release Date:  1958 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, Distributors Corporation Of America .....Theatrical Distributor
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  • the hills have EYES!!

    m KYE 2011-12-11

    i agree w/ trimboli...one of the best sci-fi movies ever....actually, my all time favorite! MORE>

  • The Crawling Eye

    Mobile 2011-03-03

    This production was developed during the height of the Cold War and the fear of atomic anniliation and invasion by space visitors. Forrest Tucker is quite... MORE>

  • The Trollenberg Terror aka The Crawling Eye

    Celia Trimboli 2010-11-09

    Perhaps one of the best sci-fi movies ever. Not in the same class as The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) but very good. At times truly tense. I've... MORE>