|Monster from Green Hell|
|Title:||Monster from Green Hell|
|Directed by:||Kenneth G. Crane|
|Written by:||Louis Vittes; Endre Bohem|
|Produced by:||Philip N. Krasne; Jack J. Gross; Al Zimbalist; Sol Dolgin|
|Music by:||Albert Glasser|
|Edited by:||Kenneth G. Crane|
|Distributed by:||Gross-Krasne Productions|
|Released:||May 17th, 1957 |
|Running time:||71 min.|
Monster from Green Hell is an American feature film of the science fiction and horror genres. It was directed by Kenneth G. Crane with a screenplay written by Louis Vittes and Endre Bohem. It was produced by Gross-Krasne Productions and first premiered in the United Kingdom. It was screened in the United States on May 17th, 1957.
|Jim Davis||Doctor Quent Brady|
|Robert E. Griffin||Dan Morgan|
|Vladimir Sokoloff||Doctor Lorentz|
|Tim Huntley||Territorial agent|
|Frederic Potler||Radar operator|
- Monster from Green Hell (1957) redirects to this page.
- Scenes from Monster from Green Hell were shot at the Bronson Caves in Bronson Canyon at Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California. This is not intended as an indication as to where the film takes place. 
- Although produced by Gross-Krasne Productions, Monster from Green Hell was distributed through the U.S. market by Distributors Corporation of America (DCA).
- Monster from Green Hell premiered on video in France in 1993. It was released under the title Les Monstres de l'Enfer Vert.
- Monster from Green Hell was released on home video in VHS format by Mandacy Entertainment. It was part of the "Science Fiction Collection" pack. It was released as a single film by Englewood Entertainment in 1998. Englewood re-released the movie in DVD format in 2001.
- Actors Tim Huntley, LaVerne Jones and Frederic Potler are all uncredited for their participation in this film.
Fun Facts Edit
- The tagline for this film is "The mammoth monster that terrified the Earth! Too awesome to describe! Too terrifying to escape! Too powerful to stop!"