4D Man

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4D Man is a 1959 film about two brothers who develop an amplifier which enables a person to enter a 4th dimensional state, allowing him to pass through any object.

Directed by Irvin Yeaworth. Written by Jack H. Harris.
He Walks Through Walls Of Solid Steel And Stone... Into The 4th Dimension!  (taglines)

Dr. Tony Nelson[edit]

  • Look, he's not a magician. He's not invisible. He can't fly.

Dialogue[edit]

Tony Nelson: Cargonite, huh? As in Carson.
Scott Nelson: Anything developed in this lab is likely to have his name on it.

Tony Nelson: Then you believe it can be done?
Scott Nelson: Believe it? I've done it!

Dr. Theodore W. Carson: Scott! How did you get in here?
Scott Nelson: [after walking through it without opening it] Through the door.

Scott Nelson: That's what you've done with your force field. You've compressed the energy of years into a moment.
Linda Davis: But... that's like... the fourth dimension.
Captain Rogers: I don't believe it. I'm a cop. I work with facts. Now I have to start looking for something that saps the life out of a man like juice out of an orange.
Tony Nelson: Nothing can stop him. Can't imprison him or surround him with men or guns or tanks. No walls thick enough or guns strong enough. A man in the fourth dimension is indestructible.

Taglines[edit]

  • He Walks Through Walls Of Solid Steel And Stone... Into The 4th Dimension!
  • Man's first adventure into the incredible 4th dimension

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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