Watch Vincent Price's The Last Man on Earth Online

Posted by Grey Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Disappointed at how Will Smith's 2007 take on the Richard Matheson's post-apocalyptic science fiction epic novel, I Am Legend, eventually turned out? Here's a little something that might just help soothe that grumpy feeling.

And we are not talking about Charlton Heston's version made in 1971, The Omega Man. Directed by Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow in 1964 with Vincent Price in the leading role, The Last Man on Earth did not met success during its time but was later acknowledged by many, including George A. Romero, as an inspiring work.

Unquestionably the film adaptation that remained nearest to the original novel, the film is now in the public domain, and is available at Google Video, embedded right below for your viewing pleasure.

An official description of the film:

Based on the chilling Richard Matheson science fiction Classic "I am Legend" and later remade as "The Omega Man" starring Charlton Heston and "I Am Legend" with Will Smith. This classic features Vincent Price as scientist Robert Morgan in a post apocalyptic nightmare world. The world has been consumed by a ravenous plague that has transformed humanity into a race of bloodthirsty vampires. Only Morgan proves immune, and becomes the solitary vampire slayer.

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