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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: THE H MAN

THE H-MAN

DIRECTOR: Inoshiro Honda
YEAR: 1958

Japanese sci-fi film remotely inspired by actual events (the Lucky Dragon incident in which a Japanese fishing boat was caught in deadly fallout from an American H-bomb test in the South Pacific) concerns a fallout irradiated fisherman who has turned into radioactive slime. The H-Man must now dissolve others to survive and wreaks havoc on Tokyo. Released the same year as the all-American THE BLOB.


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