A nightclub dancers claims that she saw a nuclear blast during a seizure she suffered. Her physician mentions this to a scientist friend who is amazed; she had witnessed a top-secret bomb ... See full summary »

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Dr. Albert Neville
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Dr. George Stoneham
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Nina Lasalle
Phil Arnold ...
Chet Arnold
Gretchen Thomas ...
Neville's Mother
Thomas Anthony ...
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A nightclub dancers claims that she saw a nuclear blast during a seizure she suffered. Her physician mentions this to a scientist friend who is amazed; she had witnessed a top-secret bomb explosion in the Pacific. Believing her to possess clairvoyance, the two hope to explain her talent scientifically. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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7 December 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Approximately 13 minutes into the story, right after Marshall Thomson's character says; "This girl is a clairvoyant George! I think I can scientifically explain how she does it!", you will see the 2nd dance girl from the right wearing a feathered hat. Watch as her hat falls off and she tries to act like nothing happened. You can clearly see this and the camera kept rolling. Probably because it happened so close to the end of that scene. See more »

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Clair Voyant! Who's That?
22 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the old business where a person is able to see a catastrophic event, happening in some distant place, in the mind's eye. In this case it's a buxom blonde exotic dancer. She's presented as really stupid, forcing the scientists to constantly explain things to her and the audience. At one point, one of the scientists wants to charge her with espionage because she has seen a nuclear test as it happened. Then, when he meets her, he still isn't sure she's not playing them. Anyway, an incident comes toward the end where her amazing powers are put to the test. Sometimes these things are funnier than "I Love Lucy." Unfortunately, the humor isn't on purpose.


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