Fantastic Voyage


(out of 5)

 plays an army commander who is brought to a research laboratory to head up a secret operation: the rescue of a very ill politician who was nearly assassinated by a biological weapon.  Boyd and a crew of medical experts enter a spaceship and are shrunk by special machinery to the size of a dust mite and injected into the dying man’s blood stream. From there they must travel through his body to find the source of his illness and save him, but the human body is a treacherous thing and they face many dangers before achieving their goals. It’s really silly stuff, but the visual effects are excellent and the psychedelic surroundings are way trippy.  co-stars as a member of the crew, and is probably one of the only performers on board with any life to her.

USA, 1966

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Story by , , Screenplay by , adaptation by 

Cinematography by 

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Music by

Production Design by ,

Film Editing by

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Academy Awards
Best Art Direction (Color) (art direction: Jack Martin Smith, Dale Hennesy; set decoration: Walter M. Scott, Stuart A. Reiss)
Best Special Visual Effects (Art Cruickshank)

Best Cinematography (Color) (Ernest Laszlo)
Best Film Editing (William B. Murphy)
Best Sound Effects (Walter Rossi)



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