The Outer Limits (1963–1965)
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Cold Hands, Warm Heart 

Following a mission to Venus, an astronaut finds himself constantly cold and has strange dreams about encountering an alien outside his spacecraft.

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(as Dan Ullman)
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Col. / Brig. Gen. Jeff Barton
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Ann Barton
Lloyd Gough ...
Gen. Claiborne
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Dr. Mike
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Following a mission to Venus, an astronaut finds himself constantly cold and has strange dreams about encountering an alien outside his spacecraft.

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26 September 1964 (USA)  »

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First Venus, Then Mars
15 March 2016 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

William Shatner stars as astronaut Jeff Barton, who has successfully completed a solo mission to Venus and back. Upon return, he is hailed as a hero, and promoted to Brigadier-General, but while working on the next mission called Project Vulcan, a trip to Mars, he begins to exhibit unpleasant side effects like being constantly cold, and needing increasing heat sources, much to the alarm of his wife Ann(played by Geraldine Brooks), especially when Jeff starts to grow webbed hands, and a short temper. Can the medical field find a cure in time? Shatner is perfectly cast here, in this highly emotional role, which suits his talents perfectly. Interesting and fun, though never really pays off that much dramatically. Venusian creature is a real hoot though!


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