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Alex Cox introduces another classic cult film.
The Incredible Shrinking Man starring
Grant Williams
Randy Stuart.
Scott Carey and his wife are holidaying on a boat when he is momentarily enveloped in a strange mist. Six months later Scott finds that his body is beginning to shrink ...
Jack Arnold 's chilling sci-fi tale features ingenious special effects and a fine script by Richard Matheson.
Screenplay by RICHARD MATHESON Produced by ALBERT ZUGSMITH Directed by JACK ARNOLD Television presentation by NICK JONES
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Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Grant Williams
Unknown: Randy Stuart.
Unknown: Scott Carey
Unknown: Jack Arnold
Script By: Richard Matheson.
Unknown: Richard Matheson
Produced By: Albert Zugsmith
Directed By: Jack Arnold
Scott Carey: Grant Williams
Louise Carey: Randy Stuart
Clarice: April Kent
Charlie Carey: Paul Langton
Dr Thomas Silver: Raymond Bailey
Dr Arthur Bramson: William Schallert

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