The Incredible Shrinking Man

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Universal Pictures Released 1957

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Director:
Jack Arnold
Released:
1957
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The Incredible Shrinking Man is the 1957 science fiction classic from acclaimed genre director Jack Arnold (The Creature from the Black Lagoon, It Came From Outer Space), and adapted from the beloved classic by legendary author Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, What Dreams May Come). Scott Carey (Grant Williams) is exposed to a mist of mysterious silver particles while sun bathing as it moves quickly over his boat. A weird experience no doubt but it is over so quickly and without any other incident that they think nothing of it. It is a full six months later before he notices he has lost weight and a bit of height - or at least so he thinks. Tests are run, x-rays taken and soon his worries become reality as he is clearly losing inches in short periods of time. Science gets involved to help him but Scott is shrinking quickly and soon Scott is facing dangers in his very home.

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