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I Was a Teenage Alien Mutant Cyborg (2017)

It's 1954. Mad Scientists. Hostile aliens, an escaped cyborg, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Scott Carroll ...
Greg
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Doctor Alastair Aladon
Gideon Hodge ...
Phil
Ronnie Landfair Jr. ...
Pastor
Joshua Leonardo ...
Koloth
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Karen
Lex 'Machete' McMahon ...
Bobby the paperboy
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Sheriff, Supreme Commander
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Dr. Aladon's wife
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Kallis / Miss Bellum
Asia Strong ...
F.A.N.G
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Mayor
Benjamin Wood ...
Sam
Nicholas J. Wright ...
Zeke, Brooklyn
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It's 1954. Mad Scientists. Hostile aliens, an escaped cyborg, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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$400,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Dr Aladon's background laboratory equipment are all the original props from the New Orleans TV show Morgus the Magnificent. Morgus the Magnificent, also known as Momus Alexander Morgus, is a fictional character on television shows that originated in the New Orleans, Louisiana television market. From the late 1950s into the 1980s Morgus was a "horror host" of late-night science fiction and horror movies, and is back on the air as of October, 2006. Morgus is a quintessential mad scientist, created and portrayed by New Orleans actor Sidney Noel Rideau (Sid Noel). Assisted by executioner-styled sidekick, Chopsley, his well-intentioned experiments served as book-end pieces to the films, and typically go awry at the last minute. See more »

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