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* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals: The film opens on the burying of late Helen Delambre, Philippe's mother, which takes place on a rainy day.

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* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals: The film opens on the burying of late Helen Hélène Delambre, Philippe's mother, which takes place on a rainy day.


The first sequel to the 1958 movie ''Film/{{The Fly|1958}}'', released in 1959 and directed by Edward Bernds.

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The first sequel to the 1958 SciFiHorror movie ''Film/{{The Fly|1958}}'', released in 1959 and directed by Edward Bernds.


Released in 1959, this is the first sequel, to the 1958 movie, ''Film/{{The Fly|1958}}''.

Years have passed since the accident that transformed André Delambre into the fly creature. His son Philippe learns the truth behind his father's death, and decides to finish his work by perfecting the [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleporting device]] he worked on. However, his treacherous partner seeks to steal his work, and causes another fateful teleporter accident that swaps heads with a man and a fly.

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Released in 1959, this is the The first sequel, sequel to the 1958 movie, movie ''Film/{{The Fly|1958}}''.

Fly|1958}}'', released in 1959 and directed by Edward Bernds.

Years have passed since the accident that transformed André Delambre into the fly creature. His son Philippe (Brett Halsey) learns the truth behind his father's death, and -- against the urging of his uncle François (Creator/VincentPrice) -- decides to finish continue his father's work by perfecting the [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleporting device]] he he'd worked on. However, his Philippe's treacherous partner (David Frankham) seeks to steal his work, and causes another fateful teleporter accident that swaps heads with a man and a fly.


The first sequel to original film adaptation of ''[[Film/TheFly1958 The Fly]]'', released in 1959.

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The Released in 1959, this is the first sequel sequel, to original film adaptation of ''[[Film/TheFly1958 The Fly]]'', released in 1959.
the 1958 movie, ''Film/{{The Fly|1958}}''.

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[[redirect:Film/TheFly]]The first sequel to original film adaptation of ''[[Film/TheFly1958 The Fly]]'', released in 1959.

Years have passed since the accident that transformed André Delambre into the fly creature. His son Philippe learns the truth behind his father's death, and decides to finish his work by perfecting the [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleporting device]] he worked on. However, his treacherous partner seeks to steal his work, and causes another fateful teleporter accident that swaps heads with a man and a fly.

!!This sequel has examples of:

* AnimalTesting: Philippe and co. test their disintegrator-integrator with guinea pigs and rabbits. [[spoiler:A corpse of a policeman ends merged with the latter, which results in their front limbs changing places]].
* AxeBeforeEntering: Barthold, Alan's partner in crime, tries to evade the fly monster by locking himself inside his morgue, but the door is soon smashed by the enraged and deranged Delambre.
* BigBad: Alan Hinds (real name Ronald Holmes), who tries to steal Philippe's work so that he can sell it to the highest bidder.
* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals: The film opens on the burying of late Helen Delambre, Philippe's mother, which takes place on a rainy day.
* RevengeOfTheSequel
* TeleporterAccident: After Philippe confronts Alan about his criminal doings, a fight breaks out and Alan knocks Philippe out and locks him inside the disintegrator chamber. In order to make Philippe unable to tell anyone about his crimes, he puts a fly in there as well, so that when he integrates he'll be merged with it.
* TouchOfTheMonster:
** Standard poster for the film shows a snarling, fanged fly monster closing on a screaming woman.
** One other poster has a gender-inverted example with the fly monster grappling with Creator/VincentPrice's character.
* TheXOfY: Used for the title.

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