The Mole People 1956

A party of archaeologists discovers the remnants of a mutant five-millennia-old Sumerian civilization living beneath a glacier atop a mountain in Mesopotamia.

The Cast

John Agar-Dr. Roger Bentley
Cynthia Patrick-Adad
Hugh Beaumont-Dr. Jud Bellamin
Alan Napier-Elinu, the High Priest
Nestor Paiva-Prof. Etienne Lafarge
Phil Chambers-Dr. Paul Stuart
Rodd Redwing-Nazar
Robin Hughes-First Officer

The Director: Virgil W. Vogel
The Writers: László Görög
Music by: Heinz Roemheld ,Hans J. Salter ,Herman Stein
Certificate : A

Film Trivia

The humps for the mole people were done by stuffing the backs of the actors who played them with newspapers.
Shot in 17 days.
Footage of the mole people was later used in The Wild World Of Batwoman as monsters created by a supervillain.
This movie was the inspiration for The Dickies' song Attack of the Molemen.
When the three archaeologists are blindfolded and drug underground the flashlight is not in anyone's hands when the take off their hoods it magically appears. Do
In the original ending, Dr. Bentley and Adad lived happily ever after. The studio, reluctant to imply an interracial relationship, insisted on a new ending two weeks after filming ended.