Adolph Bolm


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Forbidden Planet (1956) -- (Movie Clip) This Planetary Force Aging linguist Morbius (Walter Pidgeon) is explaining the death of his wife and everyone else from his original mission to Commander Adams (Leslie Neilsen) and colleagues (Warren Stevens, Jack Kelly) when his knockout daughter Alta (Anne Francis) appears, in Forbidden Planet, 1956.
Forbidden Planet (1956) -- (Movie Clip) The Conquest And Colonization The animation, score and narration suggesting a landmark in Hollywood science fiction narrative and production values, the opening of Forbidden Planet, 1956, from MGM, with support from Disney animators, starring Leslie Nielsen, Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis and Robby the Robot.
Forbidden Planet (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Welcome To Altair Four Space Cruiser C57D lands on Altair Four, Commander Adams (Leslie Nielsen), Doc (Warren Stevens) and Farman (Jack Kelly) among crew observing when Robby The Robot (voice by Marvin Miller) zips by offering a ride to meet survivors of the last human visit, in Forbidden Planet, 1956.
Night Holds Terror, The -- (Movie Clip) Could Happen To You Writer, producer and director Andrew L. Stone gets straight to business with this narrated opening, victim Jack Kelly taking over from the announcer, then hijacked by thug Vince Edwards, in The Night Holds Terror, 1955.
Night Holds Terror, The -- (Movie Clip) I'll Cut The Wires Car-jacked Gene (Jack Kelly) arrives home to wife Doris (Hildy Parks) and kids, bandits Luther (David Cross), Victor (Vince Edwards) and mastermind Basford (John Cassavetes) asserting themselves, in Andrew L. Stone's The Night Holds Terror, 1955.
Bamboo Prison, The -- (Movie Clip) Welcome, Comrades! Following the credits, Brady (Brian Keith), Doc (Earle Hyman) and other new prisoners meet inmates Pike (Leo Gordon), Pop (King Donovan) et al at their Korean prison camp, in director Lewis Seiler's The Bamboo Prison, 1955.