See R. Messner, My Quest for the Yeti (tr. 2000).
The Abominable Snowman (aka The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas) is a 1957 British horror film, directed by Val Guest and starring Forrest Tucker and Peter Cushing. The film is based on The Creature, a BBC Television play by writer Nigel Kneale, and follows the exploits of an English anthropologist with an American expedition as they search the Himalayas for the legendary Yeti. Kneale adapted his own television script into the film screenplay. Cushing, along with several other members of the cast, had also starred in the original version (the role of Tom Friend in the television play was taken by Stanley Baker).
|Forrest Tucker||Dr. Tom Friend|
|Peter Cushing||Dr. John Rollason|
|Maureen Connell||Helen Rollason|
|Richard Wattis||Peter Fox|
|Robert Brown||Ed Shelley|
|Michael Brill||Andrew McNee|
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