The Fly (1958)

If she looked upon the horror her husband had become... she would scream for the rest of her life!

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Sep 09, 2016

The Fly Series Episode 1

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From the pages of Playboy magazine sprung a horror classic–The Fly!  In 1958 this sci-fi fright film scared audience members while also scaring up big money for the studio, all while setting Vincent Price on the path to his career as a horror icon. Its ending has become a cultural reference everyone gets. But now, almost 60 years later, can you still be afraid of…The Fly? If you want to find out…help us! Help us! Donate to keep Now Playing running and hear reviews of all the Fly films!

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Movie Details

Series
The Fly
Original Title
The Fly
Title
The Fly
Director
Kurt Neumann
Author
Producer
Kurt Neumann, Robert L. Lippert
Writer
Actors
David Hedison, Patricia Owens, Vincent Price, Herbert Marshall, Kathleen Freeman, Betty Lou Gerson, Charles Herbert, Bess Flowers, Torben Meyer, Eugene Borden, Harry Carter, Bill Clark, Arthur Dulac, Herschel Graham, George Calliga, Sol Murgi, George Nardelli, Charles Tannen, Franz Roehn
Runtime
1 h 34 min
Release Date
16 July 1958
Genres
Drama, Horror, Science Fiction
Overview
Industrialist François Delambre is called late at night by his sister-in-law, Helene Delambre, who tells him that she has just killed her husband, André. Reluctant at first, she eventually explains to the police that André invented a matter transportation apparatus and, while experimenting on himself, a fly entered the chamber during the matter transference.

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