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  • I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF
    1:15 4:25 7:30
    IT CONQUERED THE WORLD
    2:50 6:00

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Part of the seriesSUMMER FESTIVAL OF FANTASY, HORROR & SCIENCE FICTION

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I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF and IT CONQUERED THE WORLD

I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF

(1957, Gene Fowler Jr.) Michael (Little Joe) Landon’s hairy performance as the teen with the duck tail gone wild, direction by Fritz Lang disciple Fowler, and camerawork by cinematographic wizard Joseph (Laura) LaShelle.  Courtesy of Susan Nicholson-Hofheinz, Amazing Colossal Productions. Approx. 76 min. 35mm. 
1:15, 4:25, 7:30

“As good as a low-budget drive-in monster movie gets.”
– Leonard Maltin

 
I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF and IT CONQUERED THE WORLD

IT CONQUERED THE WORLD

(1956, Roger Corman) Seminal early Corman, as scientists Peter Graves and Lee Van Cleef battle a cone-shaped alien invader with a Body-Snatchers-style plan of conquest. Courtesy of Susan Nicholson-Hofheinz, Amazing Colossal Productions. Approx. 68 min. 35mm.
2:50, 6:00

“Low-budget sci-fi which intelligently attempts to create atmospheric excitement in yarn of a carrot-shaped monster from Venus, Paul Blaisdell’s finest creation. One of Corman’s best early quickies.”
– Leonard Maltin

“Amazingly, this 1953 picture isn’t half bad – Corman keeps plugging away long after any sensible director would have grabbed his check and split.”
– Dave Kehr