The Man from Planet X

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The Man From Planet X is a 1951 science fiction film.Variety March 14, 1951, page 7.Film Daily 10 April 1951Monthly Film Bulletin 1951, page 343Harrison's Reports April 7, 1951, page 55<!--this is redundant; case is below
starring , Margaret Field and Raymond Bond.-->

It was directed by Edgar G. Ulmer who had directed the very first Bela Lugosi/Boris Karloff teamup picture The Black Cat in 1934.

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An alien visitor arrives at an observatory on the moors of Scotland. An ostensibly friendly alien acts as an advance scout to lead his civilization from its dying planet, to Earth. His advanced civilization was able to alter its planet's course to intersect with the Earth, "through scientific degravitation" yet for some reason, was unable to keep it from freezing in its original orbit, and seemed incapable of designing a practical spacesuit. For some other unexplained reason, the fate of his entire race is entrusted to this single scout.


  • Robert Clarke as John Lawrence
  • Margaret Field as Enid Elliot
  • Raymond Bond as Professor Elliot
  • William Schallert as Dr. Mears
  • Roy Engel as Tommy the Constable
  • Charles Davis as Georgie, man at dock
  • Gilbert Fallman as Dr. Robert Blane
  • David Ormont as Inspector Porter
  • June Jeffery as Wife of missing man
  • Franklyn Farnum as Sgt. Ferris, Porter's assistant (uncredited)

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