Thank God for Larry Martin.
Where would we be without him?
I remember this one. Leonard Nimoy was one of the Martians. I think it was one of earliest acting gigs.
He didn't have pointed ears, though.
Greatest title of all time.
Good point, Fred.
One wonders if a viewing of IT'S IN THE BAG, the Fred Allen film, wherein he and his wife attempt to see ZOMBIE IN THE ATTIC, was a spur.One also has to wonder how even Republic managed to cough up such stuff...at least Ed Wood and Phil Tucker were nuts and had no money, and Tucker a kid.IT'S IN THE BAG script posted online:http://www.geocities.com/emruf4/bag.html
I've probably reviewed It's in the Bag on here somewhere.
http://billcrider.blogspot.com/2007/05/its-in-bag.htmlRan right by the Emerson LaSalle obit while seeking it out. It's often overlooked that LaSalle successfully sued over mockery of his vanity project ZOMBIE IN THE ATTIC by this film, and the proceeds from that were what allowed him to travel to Bora Bora, site of the Regrettable Incident.
The connections boggle the mind.
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