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Plot: Two brothers, scientists Scott and Tony Nelson, develop an amplifier which enables a person to enter a 4th dimensional state, allowing him to pass through any object. Scott experiments on himself and discovers that each time he passes through something he ages rapidly. He begins killing people,… Runtime: 85 min Release Date: 07 Oct 1959
Not only does he share a name with Jeannie's master, but Helen Keller appears! (by lee_eisenberg)
Ah, the '50s. When we could always find a cool sci-fi flick in the local cinema. Whether it was "Them!", "Godzilla" or "Forbidden Planet", there was no shortage of neat movies never mind that they usually starred really hot women . And we had the Cold War to thank. One of the lesser known flicks is "4D Man", in which some scientists Robert Lansing and James Congdon break down people's molecular structures and make it possible for them to walk through walls.Totally outlandish, you say? Well, what do you expect from these sorts of movies?! I, <more>
for one, don't like it one bit when stuffy jerks say that all movies should be the "important" kind. This flick is pure entertainment, and doesn't pretend to be anything else; if anything, it's proud of being pure entertainment and justifiably so .And then, there's the end. Maybe it's showing that we can't always be sure of how certain things will turn out in life. Or maybe they came up with the end for no discernible reason. I don't actually know.But anyway, this is a really cool movie. It makes one long for that era. Also starring Robert Strauss and a very young Patty Duke happy 60th, Patty! .
Impressive classic from the 1950s. (by Bruce_Cook)
Robert Lansing plays a scientist whose brother is trying to perfect a way to make solid objects pass through each other. Lansing finds out about his brother's radical concept and tries some experiments of his own. He succeeds so well that he takes the idea a step further: he makes himself pass through solid objects.The process has an adverse affect on his mind, and he starts walking through the walls of banks at night, stealing the cash. Unfortunately, the use of his new power causes him to age rapidly, and the only way he can rejuvenate himself is to absorb life-energy by passing through <more>
another human being -- even though this kills the victim.Robert Lansing's performance is quite good, and so are those of co-stars Lee Meriwether and Patty Duke age 12 . Robert Strauss "Stalag 17", "The Seven Year Itch" is sadly miscast as an unscrupulous fellow scientist. Director Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr. created a good film on a meager budget, just as he did with "The Blob".The special effects are impressive and in color , devoid of any cheap "see-through" superimposed images. Whenever Lansing walks through a wall, he looks like he's stepping into an opaque liquid. Watch for an eerie scene in which Lansing walks slowly across a room towards an intended victim, passing through tables and chairs.
The 4D Man, some of the neatest special effects ever. (by Fiend-Without-a-Face)
Wow, I searched for years to get this on DVD. I first saw it back in High School on one of those midnight horror shows in Australia Deadly Earnest was the host...anyone from Australia remember him?? .I remember being obsessed with the walking through walls special effect, the way in which bits of his clothing would appear first, then the rest of him.It's funny how a film can stay with you from childhood. The day I got the DVD, I was stoked. Not the greatest film ever made, but I am a die hard fan. I admit to being surprised by the score, very jazzy for such a dark story. I thought Robert <more>
Lansing and the rest of the cast were cool. They gave some considerable depth to what was after all very much a 'B' movie.Check it out!
Journey Into the Nascent of Atomic Age Science Fiction ! (by cshep)
Take a trip into the 1950's,when Mind over Matter Tony Nelson Robert Lansing overcomes the limits of the 3rd Dimension, and transforms into the 4D-Man ! What a Hoot ! Scott Nelson James Congdon Tony's younger brother, creates a device, with the possibility of passing solid objects through solid matter, without destruction to the materials. His brother, Tony , advances the project ,and becomes affected by the process, and is able to become 4th Dimensional at will, with of course , nasty results. Scientist Linda Davis Lee Merriwether , her first film role, is co-worker to the Nelsons, <more>
and is the mutual love interest to the brothers.Filmed in Color, visionary Director Irvin S. Yeaworth . Jr., Writer Jack H. Harris, Screenplay Theodore Simonson, all blend together to put forth a worthy and entertaining project, strictly 1950's, including the background lounge music , fits the mood , perfectly !Being 4th Dimenional has its drawbacks, it requires terrific amounts of energy, and it shows. Timely special effects, and moody and eerie settings highlight this little gem sci-fi suspense thriller.Purely hedonistic, I think you''ll REALLY enjoy this film, and it's look at the possibilities of Future Science. I gave it an 8 out of 10 !Look for a very young Patty Duke. the little girl on the street.Robert Lansing is Terrific ! Runs about 85 minutes.