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Unearthly Stranger is a 1964 British science fiction film directed by John Krish and starring John Neville. It was released in the UK by Independent Artists (Production) Limited. The film was written by Rex Carlton based on an idea by Jeffrey Stone.[2] Its US release was in April 1964. Dr. Mark Davidson (John Neville), the narrator, is in fear for his life. His predecessor died under mysterious circumstances just after making a major breakthrough. The cause of death ("an explosion inside his brain") is being withheld by Secret Service agent Major Clarke (Patrick Newell). The scientists are working on a project involving spaceflight by the power of mental concentration. A cleverly conceived, eerily atmospheric sci-fi chiller, "Unearthly Stranger" stars future "Baron Munchausen" John Neville as a scientist engaged in an experimental project like no other; Gabriella Licudi is his beautiful but otherworldly wife, who becomes the subject of great interest for his government superiors. TP91 is a secret and highly complex formula which will enable man to project himself through time and space, but when Dr. Munro succeeds in solving the first part of it he is found dead before he can pass on the invaluable result. His successor quickly senses that both he and his new wife are now in grave danger... Excellent! sci-fi thriller and highly recommended to all Sci-Fi fans. Starring John Neville, Phillip Stone, and Gabriella Licudi, presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. 1963 English B/W 76 Minutes on DVD-R.

Unearthly Stranger (1963) British Sci-Fi

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