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 The Last Man on Earth  (1964)
[Model A2Z-DVD-39906] [UPC 882012439906]
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Running Time: 86 Minutes


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Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) is the last man on earth, as far as he can tell. A plague killed everyone else on the planet several years ago. He was immune to it, and can only guess why. Vampires that were formerly human attack Morgan's home every night

Morgan's days are spent shoring up his home against the vampire hordes, picking up supplies in the abandoned city, and eliminating his enemies by searching out and destroying the bloodsuckers while they sleep. He maintains mirrors and garlic strands around his house and fashions stakes on his lathe to use on the walking dead. He also conducts experiments on the bacteria that caused this plague in an effort to find a cure.
 


He remembers the early days of the plague, when his former friend and lab partner, Ben Cortman (Giacomo Rossi-Stuart) tried to warn Morgan of what was to come. Morgan dismissed his fears and continued life as usual.

The vampires outside Morgan's home are led by Ben Cortman, who has made it his personal mission to kill Morgan. "Morgan, come out!" is the nightly chant that torments him.

He remembers the disease blanketing the earth. His daughter Kathy (Christi Courtland) fell ill and went blind. His wife Virg (Emma Danieli) was horrified and wanted to get help, but any reported case of plague would result in immediate government pickup, death and cremation of the body. Before leaving for work, Morgan ordered Virg not to call anyone, but, tormented by the little girl's cries, she did. As Morgan arrived home, he saw the government truck leaving. Kathy was gone.

His solitary existence is painful. He gets on the radio every day, calling out on different frequencies, trying to find another human still alive. In his tortured dreams, he remembers when his wife returned from the dead to seek his blood, after she succumbed to the plague. Because he couldn't bear to throw her body in the cremation pit where others were taken, he buried her himself--and when she came back from the dead as a vampire, he had to drive a stake through her heart.

One day, to his amazement, he finds a dog. He is so excited to have a companion that he overlooks several signs that all is not right with the animal. Eventually, he realizes that the dog is also infected and that he must kill it.

While burying the dog, Morgan encounters Ruth Collins (Franca Bettoia), a woman walking through the park in the sunshine! Even though he's suspicious of her story of how she survived, he takes her home with him. She reacts violently to a garland of garlic cloves he brings out, but she claims that she's always had a weak stomach. Morgan catches her injecting herself with something, and she's forced to admit that she too is infected but that she and others like her have developed a serum that lets them control the disease. By regular injections, they keep the disease in check: they are able to live in the daylight and do not turn to vampirism. Ruth also warns Morgan that her people are coming for him because, in his zeal to kill vampires, he has been killing people like her who have the disease under control. Morgan injects Ruth with some of his own blood and cures her of the disease completely. His blood is the permanent cure that Ruth and others like her have been searching to find.

At this moment, however, the soldiers come for him. Before Ruth can tell them that Morgan has found a cure, he is surrounded and shot. As he stumbles to his death, he tells the crowds that they are freaks and that he is "the last man on earth"!

Running Time: 86 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: PG


EDITORIAL REVIEW:

Price plays a scientist who is the last survivor on Earth after a plague has turned the rest of the population into vampires. He manages to escape contagion due to a jungle virus he had once, which makes him immune to the disease. Price spends his time clearing the streets of dead bodies and driving stakes into the hearts of sleeping vampires. He falls for Bettoja, who belongs to a group of vampires claiming to have found a temporary antidote to the virus. He frees her from vampire-ism by giving her a transfusion of his blood. She, in turn, informs him that her fellow group members intend to kill him for destroying other vampires. Although Price is idealistic in the belief that there is hope for the future, the semi-vampires kill the last man on Earth anyway. Remade as THE OMEGA MAN. Written by TVGuide.com


USER REVIEWS:

"The Last Man on Earth" is an early example of how fantastic, even on a minimal budget, a movie set in a post-apocalyptic world can be. This movie starts with Vincent Price, who plays the role of Morgan, waking up to another day of being the lone survivor of a vicious worldwide plague, disposing of bodies, stocking up on mirrors and garlic, crying over his lost loved ones, and battling the undead. There are lots of silly parts in this movie, but there are also lots of really cool innovative aspects. The movie tends to drag after the first 15 minutes or so, but it really picks up from the middle on. Definitely recommended to anyone who enjoys zombie movies. written by Johnny 5 "Movie Guru"


CAST & CREW:

Director
Ubaldo Ragona

Written by
Richard Matherson
William F. Leicester

Cast
Vincent Price
Franca Bettoia
Emma Danieli
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
Umberto Raho
Christi Courtland
Antonio Corevi
Ettore Ribotta
Rolando De Rossa

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Product Details
Video Run Time - 86 Minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Worldwide
Packaging Type - Amaray
Release Date - 1964
UPC - 882012439906
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