Attack of the Crab Monsters (Allied Artists, 1957).Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionAttack of the Crab Monsters (Allied Artists, 1957). Insert (14" X 36").
Brilliant creature-feature director Roger Corman capitalized on the H-bomb hysteria of the 1950s by setting this tale on a remote island designated for weapons testing. Science meets nature, with horrifying results. Errant radiation spawns mind reading, mutant crabs bent on destroying the group of scientists who have landed on the island to investigate the disappearance of the previous team. Beauty is no match for the beast on this highly coveted insert, showcasing a terrified but lovely Pamela Duncan in the clutches of one angry crustacean. It has slight edge wear, thin creases, and a few small tears. There is a smudge in the lower right corner. Rolled, Very Fine.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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