The She Creature
Riffed by Mystery Science Theater 3000
Riffers Mike Nelson, Tom Servo played by Kevin Murphy, Crow T. Robot played by Bill Corbett
Series None
Date Released March 1, 1997

The She Creature (also known as The She-Creature) is a 1956 American black-and-white horror film produced by American International Pictures from a script by Lou Rusoff (brother-in-law of AIP executive Samuel Z. Arkoff). It was produced by Alex Gordon and directed by Edward L. Cahn. The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with It Conquered the World. It was riffed by Mystery Science Theater 3000 and aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in April 1997.

Synopsis and PreviewEdit

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MST3K - 0808 - The She Creature

The plot concerns an oily carnival hypnotist (Chester Morris), whose experiments in hypnotic regression take his unwitting female subject (Marla English) to a past life as a prehistoric humanoid form of sea life. He uses the physical manifestation of the prehistoric creature to commit murders. The hypnotist's motives are never explicitly described, and the murders happen, apparently, either for revenge or notoriety.

Cast and CrewEdit

  • Chester Morris as Dr. Carlo Lombardi
  • Tom Conway as Timothy Chappel
  • Cathy Downs as Dorothy Chappel
  • Lance Fuller as Dr. Ted Erickson
  • Ron Randell as Police Lt. Ed James
  • Frieda Inescort as Mrs. Chappel
  • Marla English as Andrea Talbott
  • Frank Jenks as Plainclothes Sgt.
  • El Brendel as Olaf
  • Paul Dubov as Johnny
  • William Hudson as Bob (as Bill Hudson)
  • Flo Bert as Marta
  • Jeanne Evans as Mrs. Brown
  • Kenneth MacDonald as Police Doctor
  • Jack Mulhall as Lombardi's Lawyer
  • Spike as King



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