A former concert pianist and beauty contest winner, well-endowed blonde leading lady Allison Hayes entered films in 1954 as a Universal-International contract starlet. Most of her film work in the late 1950s was confined to inexpensive drive-in fare, notably such monster rallies as The Unearthly, Zombies of Mora Tau and The Hypnotic Eye. In 1961, Allison appeared on a weekly basis as nightclub songstress Chloe on the TV detective series Acapulco. Though her career was by and large unmemorable, Hayes achieved immortality of sorts as the scantily clad star of the original 1957 version of The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman; few who've seen this picture can forget the awesome spectacle of the gigantasized Allison stalking through a tinker-toy Las Vegas, bellowing "HAAARRRYYY.....I want my HUSBAAAAND". After several years' inactivity, Allison Hayes was rediscovered for the nostalgia-convention circuit by actor and horror enthusiast Barry Brown; alas, soon afterward, the 47-year-old actress died of blood poisoning.