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Fantastic Voyage (24-Aug-1966)

Director: Richard Fleischer

Writers: Jay Lewis Bixby; David Duncan; Harry Kleiner; Otto Klement

Music: Leonard Rosenman

Producer: Saul David

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Shrinking

Following an assassination attempt on an important diplomat, a team of surgeons are shrunk down to microscopic size and injected into the diplomat's bloodstream with the intent of repairing his brain injury. Won Oscars for Best Set Decoration and Best Special Effects; received additional nominations for Best Cinematography, Best Sound Effects and Best Editing. Received also a Hugo nomination for Best Dramatic Presentation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Stephen Boyd
4-Jul-1931 2-Jun-1977 Ben-Hur
James Brolin
18-Jul-1940   Brubaker in Capricorn One
Barry Coe
26-Nov-1934   Ben Gregory on Follow the Sun
Arthur Kennedy
17-Feb-1914 5-Jan-1990 The Man from Laramie
Edmond O'Brien
10-Sep-1915 9-May-1985 The Great Imposter
Arthur O'Connell
29-Mar-1908 18-May-1981 Anatomy of a Murder
Donald Pleasence
5-Oct-1919 2-Feb-1995 The Great Escape
Raquel Welch
5-Sep-1940   Cocktail waitress turned 60s sexpot


Stephen Boyd   ...   Grant
Raquel Welch   ...   Cora
Edmond O'Brien   ...   Gen. Carter
Donald Pleasence   ...   Dr. Michaels
Arthur O'Connell   ...   Col. Donald Reid
William Redfield   ...   Capt. Bill Owens
Arthur Kennedy   ...   Dr. Duval
Jean Del Val   ...   Jan Benes
Barry Coe   ...   Communications Aide
Ken Scott   ...   Secret Service
Shelby Grant   ...   Nurse
James Brolin   ...   Technician
Brendan Fitzgerald   ...   Wireless Operator


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