The Last Man on Earth (March 8, 1964)
Released on March 8, 1964: Blood-Sucking Zombie Vampires roam the city trying to destroy the last man on earth.
Produced by Robert L. Lippert
Directed by Ubaldo Ragona, and Sidney Salkow
Written by William F. Leichester, Richard Matheson, Furio M. Monetti, and Ubaldo Ragona.
The Actors: Vincent Price (Dr. Robert Morgan), Franca Bettoia (Ruth Collins), Emma Danieli (Virginia Morgan), Giancomo Rossi-Stuart (Ben Cortman), Umberto Raho (Dr. Mercer), Christi Courtland (Kathy Morgan), Antonio Corevi (Governor), Ettore Ribotta (television reporter), Carolyn De Fonseca (Ruth Collins voice on English version), Giuseppe Mattei (the mutant leader)
Free Download of the old movie The Last Man on Earth
The-Last-Man-On-Earth-1964.mp4 (765mb - 720x306)
The-Last-Man-On-Earth-1964-720p.mp4 (1.6gb - 1692x720)
Atomic Zombie Vampires Ruling the Earth
An unknown and indestructible germ is blowing on the wind around the world. The Human Race is becoming extinct, and the only survivors are mutant blood-sucking vampires that travel by night and hide by day.
As the movie begins, we meet Dr. Morgan, the last man on earth, going through his day fighting the blood-sucking vampires that only come out at night, and must be fended off with garlic, mirrors, and wooden stakes through the heart. His daily life consists of a systematic search of the city for the resting place of the vampires so that he can kill them all while they sleep.
We will flash back to three years ago and watch the doctor and his family as the mysterious virus sweeps over Italy and the rest of the world slowly killing all human life. The burning question is whether the last man on earth can survive the blood-sucking vampires . . . Or will the last man without any trace of the virus die, leaving a world of half-human zombies.
Some folk believe that it is one of Vincent Price's best acting roles, and some people believe that this movie was the inspiration for the 1968 cult classic independent horror movie filmed in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania “Night of the Living Dead.” Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
A zombie vampire
Emma Daniele and Vincent Price
Giacomo Rossi Stuart
Umberto Raho and Vincent Price
Vincent Price and Emma Danieli
Vincent Price and Umberto Raho