The Hideous Sun Demon

1959 film by Robert Clarke

The Hideous Sun Demon is a 1959 film about an atomic research scientist who finds himself changing into a murderous, lizard-like creature every time he is exposed to sunlight.

Directed by Robert Clarke. Written by Phil Hiner.
The Blaze Of The Sun Made Him A Monster!  (taglines)

Dr. Frederick BuckellEdit

  • Liquor and science don't mix well, apparently.
  • Don't cry, Ann... Perhaps you should cry. The rest of us've got to have any hope that this life was... not wasted.

DialogueEdit

Dr. Gilbert McKenna: You are not going to find out anything that way, Dr. Hoffman, my heart is all right.
Dr. Jacob Hoffman: No, Gil, you must let us doctors play our games, won't we? We are like acorns, you know? We like to show off.

TaglinesEdit

  • The Blaze Of The Sun Made Him A Monster!
  • Thermodynamic horror from outer space!

CastEdit

  • Robert Clarke — Dr. Gilbert McKenna
  • Patricia Manning — Ann Russell
  • Nan Peterson — Trudy Osborne
  • Patrick Whyte — Dr. Frederick Buckell

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