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The Abominable Snowman (film)

1957 film by Val Guest

The Abominable Snowman is a 1957 film about a kindly English botanist and a gruff American scientist who lead an expedition to the Himalayas in search of the legendary Yeti.

Directed by Val Guest. Written by Nigel Kneale, based on Kneale's 1955 TV play The Creature.
Demon-prowler of the mountain shadows...Dreaded man-beast of Tibet...The terror of all that is human  (taglines)

Dr. John RollasonEdit

  • Of all the idiotic, maniac ideas!
  • This creature may have an affinity for man, something in common with ourselves. Let's remember that before we start shooting.
  • I'm wondering... wondering how old that face is. It's seen a long life.

DialogueEdit

Dr. John Rollason: This is complete madness, Friend, and you know it.
Dr. Tom Friend: Relax, will ya. He knows how to hold his fire.

[Kusang has run off]
Ed Shelley: Find him?
Dr. Tom Friend: No, but I found something else.
Ed Shelley: What's that?
Dr. Tom Friend: One of your traps all broken apart!

TaglinesEdit

  • WE DARE YOU TO SEE IT ALONE!
  • Each chilling moment a shock-test for your scare-endurance!!
  • DEMON-PROWLER OF MOUNTAIN SHADOWS...
  • DREADED MAN-BEAST OF TIBET...
  • THE TERROR OF ALL THAT IS HUMAN!!
  • THE SUPERBEAST UNLEASHES NEW WORLDS OF TERROR
  • See It With Someone Brave! -- A Timeless Terror to Freeze You to Your Seats!
  • Demon-prowler of the mountain shadows...Dreaded man-beast of Tibet...The terror of all that is human

CastEdit

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