He's back! No one can keep the railsplitter down! Enjoy this 11 x 17 inch print of a movie you wish existed!
Comes with this description: What began as a prestige picture in 1956 soon turned into a fantastical horror picture with the success of films such as “Godzilla,” “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms,” and “The Loves of Zombie Napoleon.” Director Orson Welles retained little of Mankiewicz’s original script, instead turning his eye to atomic thrills with the story of Abraham Lincoln resurrected via nucleo-DNA-reversal, but accidentally grown to many times his original height. The film lacked subtlety, although Peter Graves proved quite good in his tormented attempts to take his revenge on John Wilkes Booth’s living relatives.