CONELRAD 100: Atomic Films
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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: LAST WOMAN ON EARTH

Roger Corman's Last Woman on Earth - 1960


THE LAST WOMAN ON EARTH

DIRECTOR: Roger Corman
YEAR: 1960

Before he penned the acclaimed CHINATOWN, Robert Towne (then Edward Wain) wrote Roger Corman's final (as director at least) apocalypse film. Betsy Jones-Moreland plays the title character who is fought over by her husband (Anthony Carbone) and her husband's lawyer (played by the film's writer Edward Wain aka Towne in a Corman cost reduction effort).

AMAZON product link: LAST WOMAN ON EARTH

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