1959 film by Irvin Yeaworth
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.
Dr. Tony NelsonEdit
- Look, he's not a magician. He's not invisible. He can't fly.
- 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.
- He Walks Through Walls Of Solid Steel And Stone... Into The 4th Dimension!
- Man's first adventure into the incredible 4th dimension
- Robert Lansing — Dr. Scott Nelson
- Lee Meriwether — Linda Davis
- James Congdon — Dr. Tony Nelson
- Robert Strauss — Roy Parker
- 4D Man quotes at the Internet Movie Database