Phantom From Space (May 15, 1953)
Released on May 15, 1953: (running time 1 hour and 12 minutes) There is an alien in Santa Monica . . . a visitor from outer space with terrible powers who is killing earthlings.
Produced by W. Lee Wilder
Directed by W. Lee Wilder
Written by William Raynor and Myles Wilder
The Actors: Ted Cooper (Hazen, Communications Commission), Harry Landers (Police Lieutenant Bowers), Noreen Nash (Barbara Randall, laboratory assistant), James Seay (Army Major Andrews), Rudolph Anders (Doctor Wyatt, scientist), Tom Daly (Charlie, mobile one driver), Steve Acton (Communications Operator in Mobile one), Burt Wenland (Joe, Communications Commission agent), Lela Nelson (Betty Evans), Bert Arnold (Darrow), Sandy Sanders (policeman), Harry Strang (neighbor George Nelson), Jim Bannon (Police Sergeant Jim), Jack Daly (Joe Wakeman, newspaper reporter), Michael Mark (watchman), Steve Clark (2) (Bill Randall), Dick Sands (the Space Alien)
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The Invisible Alien, or, Thank Heavens for Venus
Norabelle Jean Roth was the daughter of the man who owned the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Wenatchee, Washington. In the spring of 1942, while in her senior year of high school, eighteen-year-old Norabelle was crowned the Apple Blossom Queen of Wenatchee and earned a visit to Hollywood. When Bob Hope’s agent saw her, he arranged a screen test at the Warner Brothers studio, but she went back home to finish out her school year.
After high school was finished she went back to Hollywood, where MGM offered her a contract to be a showgirl extra in their movies. She wasn’t tickled about being an extra that was only on screen as background eye-candy, but she knew the value of the acting training that she and the other contract actors were getting while they were there. In December, still eighteen-years-old, she married the studio physician for 20th Century-Fox studios, Doctor Lee Edward Siegel, and they were together until his death in 1990.
Her first credited movie was three years later in 1945, and she chose “Noreen Nash” as her screen name. Her agent suggested ‘Nash’ as a derivative of famous actor J. Carrol Naish, one of the stars of the movie. When you are finished watching this adventure, you can see her first major role with Zachary Scott and J. Carrol Naish here:
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In this adventure she is a laboratory assistant to a famous scientist who are searching for a spaceship from outer space that landed near Santa Monica, and the mysterious radiation that is causing problems with television reception, and two-way radio reception. They will discover that the center of the disturbing radiation is an alien from outer space who seems to be invisible. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Bert Arnold, Lela Nelson
Dick Sands as the Phantom from Space
Harry Landers, James Seay
Harry Landers, Michael Mark
James Seay, Noreen Nash
Tom Daly, Noreen Nash<
James Seay, Ted Cooper, Jack Daly
Ted Cooper, Harry Landers
Ted Cooper, James Seay
Ted Cooper, Noreen Nash, Harry Landers
Ted Cooper, Noreen Nash
Tom Daly, Noreen Nash