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The Man from Planet X Quotes

The Man from Planet X is a television show that was first aired in 1970 . The Man from Planet X ended in 1970.

It features Jack Pollexfen as producer, Charles Koff in charge of musical score, and John L. Russell (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

The Man from Planet X is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Man from Planet X is 70 minutes long. The Man from Planet X is distributed by United Artists.

The cast includes: Raymond Bond as Professor Elliot, Margaret Field as Enid Elliot, William Schallert as Dr. Mears, and Robert Clarke as John Lawrence.

The Man from Planet X Quotes

Margaret Field as Enid Elliot

  • (Margaret Field) "You know, I think that creature was friendly. I wonder what would have happened if -- if Dr. Mears hadn't frightened him."
  • (Robert Clarke) "Who knows? Perhaps the greatest curse ever to befall the world, or perhaps the greatest blessing."
  • (Margaret Field) "When I got close to it, it looked like a giant glass ball girdled with something like a steel belt. Three of them, I think. When I got close enough to look in; there it was."
  • (Raymond Bond) "It? What?"
  • (Margaret Field) "That face. Right on the other side of the glass looking right into mine. I was terrified."
  • (Raymond Bond) "A face? A human face?"
  • (Margaret Field) "A ghastly caricature like something distorted by pressure. I can't think how else to describe it; a horrible, grotesque face looking right into my eyes."

Raymond Bond as Professor Elliot

  • (Raymond Bond) "Your statement has the tinge of fantasy."

Robert Clarke as John Lawrence

  • (Robert Clarke) "What'd you do to him back there in the dungeon?"
  • (William Schallert) "Do to him? Why I didn't do anything. Nothing at all."
  • (Robert Clarke) "He showed a definite disposition for friendliness when I left."
  • (William Schallert) "Well how can you talk of him as if her were a human being? How do we know what thought processes run through his head? How can we even assume that he thinks like we do? How can you anticipate what a fantastic organism like that might do or might no do?"
  • (Robert Clarke) "Alright. Alright."

William Schallert as Dr. Mears

  • (William Schallert) "To think; a fantastic gnome like you had to hurdle out of space to put this power in my hands. Well, now that we've made contact, I'm gonna tear out every secret you've got."

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