Monster a Go-Go 57 years old

A way-out tale of a far-out monster!

Monster a Go-Go

American astronaut Frank Douglas mysteriously disappears from his spacecraft as it parachutes to Earth. He is apparently replaced by or turned into a large, radioactive, humanoid monster. A team of scientists and military men attempt to capture the monster.

Credits

Monster a Go-Go Cast

Name Character
Art Scott He was 51, 79 years old when he died
Bill Rebane He was 28, now 85 years old as Boy at Dance
Peter M. Thompson as Dr. Chris Manning
June Travis She was 50, 93 years old when she died as Ruth
Rick Paul
Phil Morton He was 20, 58 years old when he died as Col. Steve Connors

Monster a Go-Go Crew

Name Department
Herschell Gordon Lewis as Production Design. He was 36 (87) years old when He died Art
Herschell Gordon Lewis as Additional Dialogue. He was 36 (87) years old when He died Crew
Herschell Gordon Lewis as Director. He was 36 (87) years old when He died Directing
Herschell Gordon Lewis as Producer. He was 36 (87) years old when He died Production
Frank Pfeiffer as Director of Photography. Camera
Bill Rebane as Director. He was 28 (now 85) years old Directing
Bill Rebane as Producer. He was 28 (now 85) years old Production
Bill Rebane as Screenplay. He was 28 (now 85) years old Writing
Jeff Smith as Screenplay. He was 5 (now 62) years old Writing
Dok Stanford as Screenplay. Writing
Monster a Go-Go poster
Monster a Go-Go (57 years)

A way-out tale of a far-out monster!

  • Release day: Thursday, July 01, 1965
  • Runtime: 70 minutes
  • Budget: 75000.00