Fellow Svengoolie SvenPals from coast-to-coast will be excited about his upcoming big broadcast premiere of a classic cult sci-fi fantasy thriller.
“4D Man” (1959) was directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. and was produced by Jack H. Harris, under Harris’ “Fairview Productions” moniker. One year before “4D Man,” Harris and Yeaworth worked on their mammoth sci-fi hit, “The Blob” (1958, originally released theatrically by Paramount Pictures); with a young Steve McQueen and Aneta Corsaut .
The Harris-Yeaworth production of “4D Man” was originally released theatrically by Universal Studios in 1959. One year later, Universal handled the theatrical release of Harris and Yeaworth’s fantasy creature feature, “Dinosaurus!” (1960); with Ward Ramsey, Kristina Hanson and Gregg Martell.
Who was in “4D Man” (1959)?
The players who appeared in “4D Man” were Robert Lansing (as Dr. Scott Nelson), Lee Meriwether (as Linda Davis), Patty Duke (as Marjorie Sutherland), James Congdon (as Dr. Tony Nelson), Robert Strauss (as Roy Parker), Edgar Stehli (as Dr. Theodore W. Carson), Guy Raymond (as Fred), Chic James (as a “B-Girl”), Elbert Smith (as Capt. Rogers), George Karas (as Sgt. Todaman, Karas was credited as “George Kara” in the film) and Jasper Deeter (as Mr. Welles).