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The Gamma People

The Gamma People
File:The Gamma People movie poster.png
Theatrical release poster
Directed by John Gilling
Produced by John Gossage
Screenplay by John Gilling
John Gossage
Story by Robert Aldrich
Louis Pollock
Starring Paul Douglas
Eva Bartok
Leslie Phillips
Walter Rilla
Martin Miller
Philip Leaver
Music by George Melachrino
Cinematography Ted Moore
Editing by Jack Slade
Studio Warwick Films
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s)
Running time 76 or 78 minutes
Country United Kingdom
United States
Language English

The Gamma People is a 1956 American and British science fiction film directed by John Gilling and starring Paul Douglas, Eva Bartok and Leslie Phillips.[1]

Plot

A passenger car carrying a reporter and his photographer mysteriously breaks away from their train, accidentally ending up on a side track in Gudavia, an isolated Ruritanian-style one-village Eastern Bloc dictatorship. The newsmen find a mad scientist using gamma rays to turn the country's youth into either geniuses or subhumans at the bidding of an equally mad dictator.

Cast

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • YouTube

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