Tuesday, February 1, 2011

FORBIDDEN PLANET hosted by The Cinemated Man

The Cinemated Man brings back a Classic Episode...

Forbidden Planet (1956)

Directed Fred M. Wilcox
Story by Cyril Hume, Irving Bloch, Allen Adler, William Shakespeare
Music (Electronic Tonalities) by Bebe Barron, Louis Barron
Cinematography by George J. Folsey
Art Direction by Cedric Gibbons, Arthur Lonergan
Set Decoration by Edwin Willis, Hugh Hunt
Special Effects by A. Arnold Gillespie, Warren Newcombe, Irving G. Ries, Joshua Meador
Visual Animation Effects by Bob Abrams, Joe Alves, Howard Fisher, Bob Trochim
Robot design by Robert Kinoshita







There's something funny down there, Skipper.

5 comments:

Michael Chambers said...

I received a message that the player is not showing for them. Anyone out there, can you verify if the player is working or not?

Thanks.

Michael Chambers said...

If playback is stopping and starting, hit 'pause' for a moment to let the file load a bit. That should buffer the file enough to play smoothly from then on.

Jennythenipper said...

It's been a long time since I told you that I totally love Cinemated Man. What a great episode. I can not drink tea during the host segments as am in danger of a spit take ruining my keyboard. I agree that this was a big influence on Star Wars especially in the art direction department with the vast interiors of Krell. My favorite thing about the movie is the costumes and Walter Pidgeons swank off-world pad.

My humble post on this masterpiece:

http://cinemaocd.blogspot.com/2010/02/forbidden-fashions-of-1956.html

Jennythenipper said...

Is this from Forbidden Planet? It sure looks like it. But no, it's The Empire Strikes Back:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_YGN3Oh5V2YU/S4wnrmCWmoI/AAAAAAAABBA/MW-ZE9m0XkY/s1600-h/Picture+45.png

Robbie said...

Thanks Jenny.

Sorry for the late, very late reply. Like Dr. Morbeus, I must've been napping, head down on the table dreaming monsters of the ID!

Thanks for the kind words and support.

Don't forget, everyone. Visit Jenny's very impressive movie site Cinema OCD (link in sidebar).

Cheers.