An entomologist is developing a machine to communicate with bees. Unknown to him, a queen bee has taken on human form in order to mate with him to advance her species.

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Prof. Benedict O. 'Ben' Fields
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Francesca Fields
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Regina
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Doctor Howard Warren
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An entomologist is developing a machine to communicate with bees. Unknown to him, a queen bee has taken on human form in order to mate with him to advance her species.

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27 January 1964 (USA)  »

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The meaning of the name "Regina" means queen. See more »

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Using his translator, Dr. Fields is able to hear honeybees in a colony ask whether a strange bee is carrying pollen in a pollen sac. Worker bees gather pollen by chance; their real purpose is servicing flowers is to gather nectar. See more »

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One Of The Six Stinkers In The Series
5 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

A doctor and a "Bee girl" create terror.

Outer Limits episodes 16, 17 and 18 leave one hell of a lot to be desired but the good news is: things pick up next episode (episode 19) and the series keeps on going again!

Many male viewers will get a buzz out of the cute female lead, but come on reviewers, this is The Outer Limits not Baywatch, this series needs more than an attractive female each week!

This studio-bound hour does not really feel like The Outer Limits to me, I don't know what it is, but not The Outer Limits. I wish I could single out something good about ZZZZZ but I just can't.


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