Return of the Fly
Return of the Fly ★★ 1959
The son of the scientist who discovered how to move matter through space decides to continue his father's work, but does so against his uncle's wishes. He soon duplicates his dad's experiments with similar results. This sequel to “The Fly” doesn't buzz like the original. Followed by “Curse of the Fly.” 80m/B VHS, DVD . Vincent Price, Brett Halsey, John Sutton, Dan Seymour, David Frankham, Danielle De Metz, Ed Wolff; D: Edward L. Bernds; W: Edward L. Bernds, Brydon Baker.
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