This is a 12 x 18 inch reproduction of a classic movie poster. Though some original wear may be seen in the print the image has been computer enhanced. Slight flaws, tears, folds and marks have been fixed, removed or diminished. Professionally printed on heavy poster stock paper this item is perfect for framing and makes a great edition to any room, office or home theater.
About this movie:
The Green Slime, aka Gamma 3: Operation Outer Space is a 1968 science-fiction film produced by MGM in the United States and shot in Japan at the studios of Toei Company by director Kinji Fukasaku. The film was spearheaded by Ivan Reiner and Walter Manley, the same creative team who produced similar Italian outings like Wild, Wild Planet.
A group of astronauts set out to stop a giant asteroid on a collision course with the planet Earth. They land on the asteroid, plant explosive charges and destroy it. Afterwards they return to the staging area, a space station called Gamma 3 in orbit around the Earth. Unfortunately, a scientist from the mission has unwittingly carried a luminous-green substance on the leg of his spacesuit which quickly mutates into one-eyed, tentacled monsters with the ability to discharge lethal bolts of electricity. The Gamma 3 crew fend off the alien creatures with their laser-based weaponry, only to discover the creatures feed off the energy which, in turn, allows them to multiply rapidly, sprouting the new creatures from their blood. As the creatures overrun the station the crew continues to fight back against overwhelming odds.
Portions of this film were used to pitch the pilot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 to station KTMA, although the entire film was never lampooned on the series later.