From Hell It Came is a 1957 American horror film and science fiction film directed by Dan Milner and written by Jack Milner. It was released by Allied Artists on a double bill with The Disembodied.
A South Seas island prince is wrongly convicted of murder and executed by having a knife driven into his heart, the result of a plot by a witch doctor (the true murderer) who resented the prince's friendly relations with American scientists stationed on a field laboratory on the island. The prince is buried in a hollow tree trunk and forgotten about unti nuclear radiation reanimates him in the form of the "Tabanga", a scowling tree stump. The monster escapes from the laboratory and kills several people, including the with doctor, whom the Tabanga pushes down a hill to be impaled on his own crown of shark teeth. The creature cannot be stopped, burned, or trapped. Only when a crack rifle shot from one of the scientists drives the knife (which still protrudes from the creature's chest) all the way throgh is heart does it finally die and sink into the swamp.
- Tod Andrews as Dr. William Arnold
- Tina Carver as Dr. Terrye Mason
- Linda Watkins as Mrs. Mae Kilgore
- John McNamara as Prof. Clark
- Gregg Plamer as Kimo
- Suzanne Ridgeway as Korey