The Abominable Snowman Of The Himalayas 1957 — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

The Abominable Snowman Of The Himalayas 1957 aka The Abominable Snowman — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

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Each chilling moment a shock-test for your scare-endurance!!
See It With Someone Brave! — A Timeless Terror to Freeze You to Your Seats!
Demon-prowler of the mountain shadows…Dreaded man-beast of Tibet…The terror of all that is human

A kindly English botanist and a gruff American scientist lead an expedition to the Himalayas in search of the legendary Yeti.

—Marty McKee (

Based on a story by Quatermass creator Nigel Kneal, The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas stars Forrest Tucker and Peter Cushing. Tucker plays an American adventurer, who teams with British scientist Cushing to embark upon a search for the title character. Warned that anyone who seeks out the “Yeti” is doomed to die, Tucker and Cushing trudge on regardless. One by one, the members of the expedition are killed; is the murderer human, or……?????? Partially filmed on location in the Pyrenees, Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas was produced by Britain’s Hammer Films and released in the US by 20th Century-Fox.

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Titles and credits run over wide shots of the Himalayas. We open with a party on horseback approaching a Buddhist temple. Inside the courtyard, some monks work as others chant in prayer. The majordomo (Anthony Chinn) announces himself and enters the Lhama’s (Arnold Marle) chamber with refreshments. Dr. John Rollason (Peter Cushing) and his assistant, Peter Fox (Richard Wattis) examine some plant specimens the Lhama has provided the pair to study. The Lhama explains the plant is used to treat skin rashes. Explaining that it is the wrong time of year to collect fresh specimens, the Lhama offers his supply to Rollason. The Lhama comments on Fox, known affectionately as Foxy, not liking the tea provided. He mentions that Rollason’s wife is brave to come to such a hard, rough place. The Lhama displays his ability to read people very well. Rollason volunteers that he has come to know the mountain, the people, and customs very well through climbing, but an accident caused him to give it up. Another party is six days overdue. The Lhama presses Rollason for details; He seems to sense their visit is not purely a scientific one.

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Plot: Spoilers?
Dr. John Rollason (Peter Cushing), his wife, Helen (Maureen Connell), and assistant, Peter Fox (Richard Wattis), are guests of the Lama (Arnold Marlé) of the monastery of Rongbuk while on a botanical expedition to the Himalayas. A second expedition, led by Dr. Tom Friend (Forrest Tucker) accompanied by trapper Ed Shelley (Robert Brown), photographer Andrew McNee (Michael Brill) and Sherpa guide Kusang (Wolfe Morris), arrives at the monastery in search of the legendary Yeti or Abominable Snowman. Rollason, despite the objections of his wife and the Lama, decides to join Friend’s expedition. Whereas Rollason is motivated by scientific curiosity to learn more about the creature, Friend seeks fame and fortune and wants to capture a live Yeti and present it to the world’s press.

The expedition climbs high into the mountains and finds a set of giant footprints in the snow, evidence of the Yeti’s existence. As the tensions between Rollason and Friend rise, McNee is injured by a bear trap laid by Friend to catch the Yeti and later dies in a fall. Kusang flees back to the monastery, from where Helen and Fox decide to mount a rescue mission. Meanwhile, Shelley succeeds in shooting and killing a Yeti, an act that enrages the creature’s fellows. When Shelley is killed in a failed attempt to catch a live specimen, Friend finally decides to cut his losses and leave with the body of the dead Yeti. However, the Yeti close in on the two survivors and Friend is killed in an avalanche.

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