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108 - The Slime People



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Boink McRibeye -](:} - 4 months ago

Porterhouse Steaks 89 cents a lb. Wow! Give me a time machine, LWOL -](:}'


Tolliver in Slime People
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Stu Slaymaker - 4 months ago

Tolliver and the auctioneer from North by Northwest are played by Les Tremayne, an old time radio veteran. The other guy at the lectern in NBNW is Olan Soule' who played "Brains" in Jet Jackson as well as many OTR roles.


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Teri Gee - 6 months ago

Wow. The guy who plays Tolliver (the crazy guy who gets killed) had a really long career, mostly in voice work and narration, but he was in the 1953 War of the Worlds and North by Northwest. I wonder how they got him to be in this movie. :)


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jli@hush.com - 6 months ago

Oh, the army went straight to hand-to-hand combat. No wonder they lost. Should have used guns.


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jli@hush.com - 6 months ago

How does Crow whistle with no lips?


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Vince Giangiacomo - 9 months ago

Wow, devotion to duty. the budget ended and the cast had to take a 100% pay cut.


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Elisa Farrington - 9 months ago

"Come on Marine." - DON'T call me Marine, gee!
Joel's response assumes a Marine would be insulted by being called a Marine - not so; Marines are very proud of that title. (Now if he had said, 'Come on Soldier.', that would be another story).


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Elisa Farrington - 9 months ago

Is that not Servo adding to the squishy mud sounds starting at 1:24:57? He carries on with it in between riffs for quite a while. At 1:27 he gets so loud Crow asks Joel, "Is that your stomach?"


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Blab Sulkhead - 10 months ago

*GASP!* And all these years, I credited screenwriter Richard Hilliard (Horror of Party Beach) with that brilliant 'sodium' angle. Turns out he was plagiarizing the plot of Slime People all along! Is nothing sacred?


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Michael S - 10 months ago

Wouldn't it have been ironic if after the fog lifted, the military bombed the area just to make sure the "slimers" were dead?


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Fredrick Stafford - 11 months ago

There you have it; citizens freely using sodium were able to not only combat the Slime People, but also destroy the monsters from the Horror of Party Beach. So up yours Mayor Bloomberg!


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They spend the whole movie trying to find a way to get through the fog wall. If the pilot flew in through the fog dome, why doesn't he pile everyone in his plane and fly back out?


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The professor says the fog is turning back into vapor. Isn't that pretty much what fog is?


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Aileen Smithee - about 1 year ago

Dr. F.: "Come in, Joel, my little 3.98-all-you-can-eat space buffet."

Dr. Erhardt: "Pasty boy!"

I'd totally patronize a Space Buffet featuring a "pasty boy" special. I mean, who wouldn't?


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Sabrina Domingues - over 1 year ago

When the plane is flying it sounds like a lawn mower.


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

Listen to Lisa, especially at 1:11:01. Close your eyes and picture Rocket J. Squirrel. "Here he is, Mr. Know-it-all!"


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Space Cadet Faust - over 1 year ago

I'm thinking I prefer the newer Servo to the older one. They were both good though, but New Servo had more energy.


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Robert Ferguson - over 1 year ago

This movie is a TRAIN WRECK, just picture that....... without the loss of life.


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 1 year ago

Table. Salt. Wow....


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Kimono Dragon - almost 2 years ago

I love the old sci-fi flicks, claiming they intentionally left it all to the imagination... only because they had no special effects. These producers were the Tom Sawyers of their day!


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Matthew Eickhoff - almost 2 years ago

This movie would be better if there wasn't so much reliance on fog.
I mean seriously... they should've called this movie "Fog and the Slime People".