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It's a dead radio machine,
This review is from: The Snow Creature [DVD] (DVD)Dr. Frank Parrish (Paul Langton) goes on an expedition to the Himalayas. There he recruits native bearers. The natives look surprisingly with language and garb as WWII Japanese.
Half way to his goal he is informed that the mythical yeti has pilfered the head Sherpa, Subra's (Teru Shimada), wife. Of course Dr. Parrish laughs it off. This sets Subra on a course of revenge, including stealing the guns and whisky. In the process using his phony sounding stilted English and a rifle, shoots the radio machine.
Sure enough they stumble upon a yeti family that tries to self destruct. The male yeti (Lock Martin) is saved and like King Kong is drugged and flown by way of TWA prop plane to Los Angeles. When he naturally escapes there is no Empire state building and he does not think of L.A. City Hall, so he take a clue from another well know 1945 minus "Them!" and finds a secret way of getting around. (Not like we did not think of it first).
Every time he finds a victim there is a white arrow on the street.
This is one cool yeti. So the question is does he get away? Will the authorities going after him get eaten by giant ants? I am sort of half hoping that he meets up with Dr. Frank Parrish's wife.
The filming location is the same as "Robot Monster", Bronson Caves, Bronson Canyon, Griffith Park - 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, California, USA