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The FlyWhen scientist Andre Delambre tests his matter transporter on himself, an errant housefly makes its way into the transportation chamber, and things go horribly wrong. His atoms have become mixed up with the fly, and now he is unable to reverse the procedure...
Actors of "The Fly"
Characters of "The Fly"
Directors of "The Fly"Kurt NeumannBirthdate: 5 April 1908, Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Creators of "The Fly"James ClavellBirthdate: 10 October 1921, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaGeorge LangelaanBirthdate: 19 January 1908, Paris, France
Critic Reviews of "The Fly"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
One strong factor of the picture is its unusual believability.Chicago ReaderSeptember 25, 2007
Slightly above average 50s science fiction (1958), enlivened by a nearly literate script by James Clavell.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Clavell's script successfully treads a fine line between black comedy and po-faced seriousness.New York TimesMay 21, 2003
One of the better, more restrained entries of the 'shock' school.Creative LoafingOctober 05, 2013
The climax ("Help me!") has given many viewers chills while providing others with chuckles -- I'm in the former camp; the primal terror of that situation never fails to move me -- but the rest is efficient in its solemnity.7M PicturesSeptember 27, 2013
It's the charisma of Vincent Price that really drives this movie and makes it a classic even today.Movie ChambersSeptember 26, 2013
A bit corny, but mostly a chilling and worthwhile experience. Mother Nature is the bad guy in this tale. The humans are all protagonists. All of them.Movie MetropolisSeptember 19, 2013
Contemporary horror fans will be struck by how much more dramatic than horrific 'The Fly' is.The DissolveSeptember 18, 2013
The Fly is a study in how the boldness of new discoveries is compromised by science's need for precision, but it's also a nightmarish tale of a comfortable little family, and a nagging little buzz.Suite101.comOctober 20, 2011
The script works hard to ensure that the premise delivers without succumbing to its surface absurdity.Film4October 17, 2011
Funny, horrible and inventive -- in its own deranged way this is a classic of 1950s horror.CinePassionMay 28, 2011
Every absurdity is offered and deciphered with such calm as to become hallucinatory
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