- By MARTY BAUMANN and TOM WEAVER
The real Pamela Duncan may not believe in reincarnation,
but the movie Pamela Duncan lives forever as the star
of two of the 1950s most vivid, low-budget thrillers.
Many recall her as the savvy lady scientist in Roger
Corman's Attack of the Crab Monsters. But it
is her role as the hypnotically-regressed streetwalker,
Diana Love, in Corman's claustrophobic film, The
Undead, for which Duncan may be best remembered.
"I think that film was underrated," she submits.
"The title made you think there were zombies in
it. Actually, it was the Bridey Murphy story."