Contains spoilers: A man slowly realizes two things: that he has telekinesis - the power to move things with the power of his mind alone - and that another man who shares this power wants to kill him.
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One Man Has It...No Man or Woman Can Resist It.
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Did You Know?
MGM announced plans to produce the movie with George Pal
as producer/director during its 40th anniversary celebration in 1964. Unlike many of the announced projects, this one actually got made but wasn't released until 1968. See more
After Tanner is fired he is walking the streets. When he's looking at toy soldiers in a store window, his hair is "boyishly" sown over his forehead. Then he sees the "Don't Run" sign and a close-up shows him with his hair neatly combed and very shiny with product in it. As he walks away from that corner, his hair is once more not slicked and down over his forehead. See more
[in the human testing lab at the Institute, looking at one of the test subjects, submerged in a tank with monitoring wires attached
How do you ever get them to do it?
Professor Jim Tanner
Why, it's easy. See, they make more here in an hour than, uh, they can in serving student tables at a commissary for 3 weeks. Uh, have you ever served tables at a student commissary, Mr. Nordlund?
Yeah, I see what you mean.
Referenced in MGM 40th Anniversary
String Quartet No.1: Andante Cantabile
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky See more