The Green Slime ( ガンマー第3号 宇宙大作戦 , Ganmā Daisan Gō: Uchū Daisakusen ) is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Kinji Fukasaku [1] and produced by Walter Manley and Ivan Reiner. [2] It was written by William Finger , Tom Rowe and Charles Sinclair [1] [2] from a story by Reiner. [1] The film was shot in Japan with a Japanese director and film crew, but with the non-Japanese starring cast of Robert Horton , Richard Jaeckel and Luciana Paluzzi .

After destroying a huge asteroid that was on a rapid collision course with Earth, a group of astronauts discover they have accidentally returned to their space station with an alien slime creature that feeds on radiation and can reproduce rapidly from its own blood.

A group of astronauts set out to blow up the asteroid Flora , which is now on a rapid collision course with the Earth. They land on the asteroid, plant explosive charges, and destroy it, barely escaping being destroyed by the explosion's massive shockwave. Afterwards, they return to the mission's staging area, space station Gamma 3, in high Earth orbit. Unfortunately, a scientist from the mission has unwittingly carried back a luminous-green substance on the leg of his spacesuit, which quickly mutates into one-eyed, tentacled monsters with the ability to discharge lethal bolts of electricity.

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