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The Incredible Shrinking Man

The book The Incredible Shrinking Man was made into the movie The Incredible Shrinking Woman.

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Book details for The Incredible Shrinking Man

The Incredible Shrinking Man was written by Richard Matheson. The book was published in 1956 by Tor Books. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Richard Matheson also wrote Stir of Echoes (1958), Bid Time Return (1975) and What Dreams May Come (1978).

 

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Some people will remember The Incredible Shrinking Man as a movie with great special effects and a surprisingly good script, given the ridiculous title. Matheson's classic novella is the reason for that. As Scott Carey -- husband, father, and all-around... Read More
Some people will remember The Incredible Shrinking Man as a movie with great special effects and a surprisingly good script, given the ridiculous title. Matheson's classic novella is the reason for that. As Scott Carey -- husband, father, and all-around decent guy -- mysteriously shrinks, he faces unimagined horrors at every step, up to the story's surprising resolution. It's packaged here with a number of Matheson's other classic stories, including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," which became a popular Twilight Zone episode, and "Duel," which was turned into a movie by a very young Steven Spielberg.

Movie details for The Incredible Shrinking Woman

The movie was released in 1981. More information on the movie is available on IMDb.

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