The Fly (1958)

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Directed By Kurt Neumann Starring David Hedison  •  Patricia Owens  •  Vincent Price  •  Herbert Marshall  •  Kathleen Freeman Genres Body Horror  •  Horror  •  Science Fiction  •  Sci-Fi Horror  •  Thriller Studios &
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The Fly  •  CinemaScope
Release Info July 16, 1958
Color  •  94 minutes NR Rated NR
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Nononsense

Nononsense on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Just saw this for the first time this year... about a month ago. Absolutely love it. For some reason, I was thinking this was the remake. I went on to watch The Fly 2, which is a sequel to the remake, not necessarily to the original. I was a bit confused, but now I understand. I just need to see the remake as some seem to think it's better than the original. If so, I'm in for a treat because I loved the original.

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JC13

JC13 on 9/22/2015 Reply  · 

I didn't like it quite a much as the remake, but this version is still good. The cast is great.

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RussIsHere

RussIsHere on 8/16/2016 Reply  · 

It's very good but doesn't measure up to Cronenberg's remake for me.

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Nononsense

Nononsense on 9/19/2016 Reply  · 

Well, I did get around to seeing the remake back in February of this year. I thought the original was far better. Of course the remake has better visuals, but the story and storytelling of the original has way more heart to it. I really didn't connect with the characters in the remake. I was morr or less indifferent to their fates. Whereas, with the original, I was fully engaged with the outcome from the opening scene. I just love the way the original sets things up and presents the story with mystery and suspense. That's right up my alley.

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