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Space Master X-7(1958)

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  • Stooge Gets Serious In Space Master X-7

    • Jimmy Wilson
    • 6/12/13

    A fine science fiction movie for it's time. Bill Williams who acted in several western movies and Moe Howard of "TheThree Stooges" fame, plays it rather seriously in this low buget, but entertaining movie. This particular movie is not available for home video, however it can be found from various sources. Moe Howard was interesting to watch as the cab driver because of his comedic acting and his ability to be funny and serious at the same time. I thik this was the first science fiction Mr. Howard acted in if my records are correct. The story has a good plot and Bill Williams acting helped carry the film to it's final conclusion, a good one I might add. A space probe returns to Earth covered with a mysterious fungus, which, when accidentally tinged with human blood, transforms into an ever-growing pile of space rust. If not stopped, this infection may cover the entire world is the premise of this low buget film, which cost about $125,000 to produce. The movie was produced by Edward Bernds,and the film was released in 1958. I owe a good copy of this movie, and enjoe watching it frequently.

  • I saw this movie.now I own a copy

    • Ed
    • 3/8/13

    I saw this movie when I was eight Years old and it scared the crap out of me. I searched for several years on the web for it and finally found a copy... In our local theater I only knew the movie as Blood Rust so I had to do an extensive search till I found it. Still a favorite to this day...They don't make them like they used too....

  • Saw when I was 10

    • Dan
    • 1/2/12

    I saw this film at 10 and searched for it for years. Problem was that at my childhood theater it was called "Blood Rust." All I can say is that a film which survives in so many boomers minds must have something special in its constitution.

  • Space Master X-7 (1958)

    • Celia Trimboli
    • 12/16/10

    Not bad minor sci-fi about government agents trying to locate a woman who is inadvertantly carrying, in her suitcase, a contagious alien substance called Blood Rust.

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