Lonely doll-maker (John Hoyt) uses his own invention to shrink people he likes to doll-size so that, unlike his wife, they can never leave him. His latest victims — his pretty secretary (June Kenney) and her salesman fiance (John Agar) — have other plans. Exemplary B-movie that earns a suspension of disbelief with unexpected moments, humor, and a creepy theme. Underrated, but with an appreciative cult following.
Attack of the Puppet People (1958), directed by Bert I. Gordon