Even though the audience saw us in the miniaturized sub in the human body, we were actually suspended on flying ballet wires that held us up over the stages at 20th Century Fox. What began as a company joke about not drinking too much tea in the morning turned out to be alarmingly true. Once they got you up there, they would not let you down for anything--not even to go to the loo.
STEPHEN BOYD (Grant)
RAQUEL WELCH (Cora Peterson)
EDMOND O'BRIEN (General Alan Carter)
DONALD PLEASENCE (Dr. Michaels)
ARTHUR O'CONNELL (Colonel Donald Reid)
ARTHUR KENNEDY (Dr. Peter Duval)
WILLIAM REDFIELD (Captain Bill Owens)
JEAN DEL VAL (Jan Benes)
BARRY COE (Communications Aide)
JAMES BROLIN (Technician)
Directed by RICHARD FLEISCHER
Written by HARRY KLEINER
(Based on a story by OTTO KLEMENT and JAY LEWIS BIXBY)
Produced by SAUL DAVID
A medical team is shrunken down to microscopic size and transplanted into the body of an important scientist, so they can remove a life-threatening blood clot from his brain.
Pleasence plays Dr. Michaels---the head of the medical team.