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Devil Girl from Mars
Directed by:
David MacDonald

Directed by David MacDonald, "Devil Girl from Mars" is a Science Fiction film, released in the USA on April 27 of 1955 . Hugh McDermott and Hazel Court are starring, alongside Peter Reynolds, Adrienne Corri, Joseph Tomelty and Sophie Stewart.

Invasion from Outer Space!...Sights too weird to imagine! Destruction too monstrous to escape!

Who directed "Devil Girl from Mars":

Devil Girl from Mars was directed by David MacDonald, a Scottish director, actor, and writer.

Before Devil Girl from Mars, David MacDonald had directed Cairo Road, released in 1950, Christopher Columbus (1949), The Brothers (1947), This Man in Paris (1939), This Man Is News (1938), and A Spot of Bother (1938). Since, he directed .

What was the release date of "Devil Girl from Mars":

Devil Girl from Mars was first released in the United States on Wednesday, April 27, 1955. Also released on this day was Chief Crazy Horse (dir. George Sherman). This was sixty-four (64) years ago.

It has been released on May, 1954 in the United Kingdom.

What is the casting of "Devil Girl from Mars":

At the casting of Devil Girl from Mars we find Hugh McDermott, previously seen in Night People (1954) and Trent's Last Case (1952); Hazel Court (Ghost Ship (1952), Bond Street (1948)); Peter Reynolds (The Robe (1953), The Last Page (1952)) [ more... ]

  • Adrienne Corri and Hazel Court can be seen in Behind the Headlines, released in 1956.
  • Sophie Stewart and John Laurie can both be seen in As You Like It, released in 1936.
  • Peter Reynolds and Hugh McDermott also worked together in Four Days, released in 1951.

What is the Storyline of "Devil Girl from Mars":

Nyah, a sexy, commanding female alien dressed in black vinyl, is headed for London. She is part of the advanced team that is looking for men to replace the dying male population on their planet. However, because of damage to her spaceship caused by entering Earth's atmosphere, she is forced to land in the remote Scottish moors. She is armed with a raygun that can paralyze or kill, and has a menacing robot.

On Nyah's home world, the emancipation of women eventually led to open warfare between the [...]

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