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Link Posted: 3/19/2015 1:40:51 PM EDT
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It turns out that Leonard Nimoy has an uncredited role as a Army Staff Sergeant in "Them!".  Now, I'm going to have to look for him the next time I watch it.

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I didn't know that, and I've watched it countless times. Just never caught it I guess. Now I'll have to look for him, too.

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I watched that one for the umpteenth time just last night. That's what inspired this thread.  

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It turns out that Leonard Nimoy has an uncredited role as a Army Staff Sergeant in "Them!".  Now, I'm going to have to look for him the next time I watch it.


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iirc,  he's talking to a blonde Navy gal who is very familar too.
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I found a clip of Clint Eastwood's part in Revenge of the Creature.


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I'd give the monster from "It Conquered The World" an honorable mention for being incredibly silly looking.
https://exclamationmark.files.wordpress.com/2006/08/it_conquered_the_world.jpg

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I think it was Lee Van Cleef in that one,  must  have been desperate for work.
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This Island Earth







 
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iirc,  he's talking to a blonde Navy gal who is very familar too.
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iirc,  he's talking to a blonde Navy gal who is very familar too.



Found it. But who's the girl?





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iirc,  he's talking to a blonde Navy gal who is very familar too.



Found it. But who's the girl?


http://images4.fanpop.com/image/photos/17300000/Leonard-in-Them-leonard-nimoy-17327899-720-576.jpg




No idea, it's bugged me for years.  If you hear her voice  it's obvious she's  done more movies than this.
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No idea, it's bugged me for years.  If you hear her voice  it's obvious she's  done more movies than this.
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A little digging shows it's Janet Stewart. She was on the Andy Griffith Show and did some other stuff.

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"The Day the Earth Stood Still" was mentioned up thread



A superb movie, with perhaps the best script of any of the horror movies of the era. Also, it stars Patricia Neal, and I've always had a thing for Patricia Neal.

Another favorite is "This Island Earth"



Also quite well done for the genre, and this one stars Faith Domergue. I've always had a thing  for Faith Domergue.
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The 30 foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959) - Lou Costello and Dorothy Provine
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A little digging shows it's Janet Stewart. She was on the Andy Griffith Show and did some other stuff.

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No idea, it's bugged me for years.  If you hear her voice  it's obvious she's  done more movies than this.


A little digging shows it's Janet Stewart. She was on the Andy Griffith Show and did some other stuff.




Good catch
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Yup. I have that one in my serial collection.  

Third row down, third from left.




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Really liked this one, Wolfman probably not far behind.
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Creature from the Black Lagoon.


Them was also very good!
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Was a good one to.
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Reptilicus!!!  
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A surprising number of what became big stars started in either The Outer Limits or The Twilight Zone.

Steve McQueen, Robert Redford, William Shatner, Robert Culp, Martin Landau, Charles Bronson.
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One more...



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The original The Thing.
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That's mine.
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A great Hammer film- 5 Million Years to Earth, AKA Quartermass and the Pit

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+1 on the Hammer Quartermass flicks.
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I love all the classics mentioned here, but I think War of the World was the best.
 
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OP nailed it for me.  Tommy guns and flamethrowers against giant ants in the sewers of LA.  OH YEAH!
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A great Hammer film- 5 Million Years to Earth, AKA Quartermass and the Pit

http://www.horrorseek.com/home/horror/hammercinema/qpitlc002.jpg
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OH YEA... I just came in to post this one, it's one of my all time favorites!  Good call  

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This scene REALLY creeped me out as a kid.  It's probably why I can't stand spiders.

The Incredible Shrinking Man was a very philosophical film, which appeals to me even now.












 
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Yup. I have that one in my serial collection.  

Third row down, third from left.


http://i245.photobucket.com/albums/gg51/mike53787/007-3.jpg~original

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Yup. I have that one in my serial collection.  

Third row down, third from left.


http://i245.photobucket.com/albums/gg51/mike53787/007-3.jpg~original





Not as much as Nimoy would like to forget Bilbo Baggins!



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Every ARFcommer's nightmare....




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Challenge would be accepted...if I were single
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This scene REALLY creeped me out as a kid.  It's probably why I can't stand spiders.

http://www.nashvillescene.com/imager/the-incredible-shrinking-man-at-the-public-library/b/original/1201789/abf5/2602_3608397.t.jpg




The Incredible Shrinking Man was a very philosophical film, which appeals to me even now.

http://youtu.be/Bp3iHjGBfT4
 
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Damn, beat me to it!  Came here to post this.  Loved that movie, saw it when I was little and still remember it.  
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Help me find the name of a 50's monster flick that has a Brontosaurus, T-Rex and a caveman.  T-Rex loses a fight to steam shovel.  Has a kid in it who befriends the Bronto.
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There are too many to list.
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Dinosaurus is the movie you seek.

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^this....  



 
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Help me find the name of a 50's monster flick that has a Brontosaurus, T-Rex and a caveman.  T-Rex loses a fight to steam shovel.  Has a kid in it who befriends the Bronto.


Dinosaurus is the movie you seek.

http://stuffpoint.com/dinasours/image/444371-dinasours-dinosaurus-lobby-card.jpg


Thank you so much.  A childhood fave.
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Plan 9 from outer space 1959   See Vampira for the first time

Plan 9 from Outer Space (originally titled Grave Robbers from Outer Space, or simply known as Plan 9) is a 1959 American black-and-white science fiction thriller film released by Distributors Corporation of America (as Valiant Pictures). The film was written, produced, directed, and edited by Edward D. Wood, Jr. and stars Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tor Johnson, Vampira, and posthumously bills Bela Lugosi as a star (silent footage of the actor had actually been shot by Wood for another, unfinished film just prior to Lugosi's death in 1956).



Full movie available on Youtube.



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I'd give the monster from "It Conquered The World" an honorable mention for being incredibly silly looking.
https://exclamationmark.files.wordpress.com/2006/08/it_conquered_the_world.jpg

ETA: Reminds me of this critter:
http://www.70slivekidvid.com/sigmund/sigmund1.jpg

As a kid, I was amazed by the animation and appearance of the monster from "20 Million Miles To Earth".
After that, I wanted to watch anything Ray Harryhausen created just to see his miniature monsters move.
http://i1315.photobucket.com/albums/t591/pstinson42/ymir_vs_elephant_zps92519df7.jpg

The robots in "Forbidden Planet" and "Lost In Space" were definitely on my childhood Halloween costume wish list...
http://media.aintitcool.com/coolproduction/ckeditor_assets/pictures/138/original/annef1.jpg?1294126844

http://www.clevelandseniors.com/images/remember/robot/lost-space-robot-will.jpg

...until I saw "The Creature From The Black Lagoon". It blew my mind that the guy wearing the suit could actually swim with it.
http://www.blastr.com/sites/blastr/files/12062552-mmmain.jpeg

http://static1.squarespace.com/static/53064a50e4b097ad4ab7327d/534ea510e4b06b13869a8966/537b8451e4b09a2c344b47c4/1400603841068/tumblr_m0lgkvo2vU1qcay1ao1_500.gif
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I hate these fuckers in fallout vegas. I exterminated them from the map.
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Just saw the original House on Haunted Hill.

Obviously 1959 special effects look like they're from 1959, but fuck it, it has Vincent Price.
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The original THE THING.

(I think the actual, original title was THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD).
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nearly all was good back then.
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nearly all was good back then.
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Yup. I have that one in my serial collection.  

Third row down, third from left.


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I find the "a role he'd rather forget" an interesting tagline for that article.  I remember seeing an interview where the reporter brought up the movie under the guise of "I bet this was a role you'd rather forget" etc.  Nimoy was *not* amused and chastised the reporter for it, pointing out that he had supported his family from that movie.

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I didn't know that, and I've watched it countless times. Just never caught it I guess. Now I'll have to look for him, too.

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It turns out that Leonard Nimoy has an uncredited role as a Army Staff Sergeant in "Them!".  Now, I'm going to have to look for him the next time I watch it.



I didn't know that, and I've watched it countless times. Just never caught it I guess. Now I'll have to look for him, too.



He's very easy to spot.
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