Allison Hayes


Biography

Life Events

Photo Collections

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman - Lobby Cards
Here are some Lobby Cards from Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

Videos

Movie Clip

Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) - He Doesn't Use Stooges Marcia (Marcia Henderson) volunteers with hypnotist Desmond (Jacques Bergerac), after her friend, who did the same, became the latest victim in a series of self-mutilations being investigated by her cop boyfriend Dave (Joe Partridge) and psychiatrist colleague Phil (Guy Prescott), in The Hypnotic Eye, 1960.
Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) - You Will Be Lighter Than Air Cop Dave (Joe Partridge), who’s investigating a string of self-mutilations, and girlfriend Marcia (Marcia Henderson) watch while her pal Dodi (Merry Anders), coaxed into volunteering, has quite the experience with hypnotist Desmond (Jacques Bergerac), who is presumably not involved, in The Hypnotic Eye, 1960.
Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman (1958) - Strange Red Fireball Credits then local anchorman (Dale Tate) spins a globe, predicting what soon happens to anxious motorist Nancy (Allison Hayes), opening Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman, 1958.
Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman (1958) - Till She Finds Harry Enormous Nancy (Allison Hayes) seeks derelict husband (William Hudson), busy with girlfriend (Yvette Vickers), the sheriff (George Douglas) and Dr. Von Loeb (Otto Waldis) in pursuit, near the climax in Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman, 1958.
Count Three And Pray - Gamblin' On Sunday! Civil War veteran and aspiring preacher Fargo (Van Heflin) with Georgina (Allison Hayes), an unhappy ex-girlfriend, then with tomboy Lissy (Joanne Woodward), temporary roommate in the church he's building, in Count Three And Pray, 1955.
Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed? - Doctor Adam Allison Hayes and Richard Conte play the couple rescued by wise "Doctor Adam" (Dean Martin, as actor Jason Steel) in the TV-show-within-a-movie scene at the opening of Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed, 1963.

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