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Small Wins Big (or Micro-Machines Made Marvelous)

Continuing our Quantum Computing Crash (Collision?) Course to get you ready for our upcoming performance of BOUNDED IN A NUTSHELL (help us BUILD A NUTSHELL HERE… 694 more words

Happy 50 Year Anniversary "Fantastic Voyage"!

Fifty years ago this month, in August of 1966, the classic science fiction movie “Fantastic Voyage” was first premiered. “Fantastic Voyage” was really quite a revolutionary movie when it came out. 303 more words

Stephen Boyd

Fantastic Voyage: Microcosm

Fantastic Voyage: Microcosm is an action-oriented adventure with a solid if-scientifically-preposterous concept, some great ideas and some very tense, gripping scenes. The characters are well developed, but in such a way that it builds up a comfortable archetype by focusing on their field of expertise and the interactions with the other members of the team. 245 more words

Book Reviews

Fantastic Voyage (1966)


The premise of Fantastic Voyage is a classic one—a team of scientists are shrunk to miniature size and tasked with entering a comatose patient’s body to cure him—but… 221 more words

Film Reviews

Stephen Boyd and Raquel Welch

Stephen Boyd made many films with many different women. Stephen was very congenial and a gentleman, and he usually made friends with his female co-stars and remained friends with them for many years – Bardot, Dolores Hart, Joan Collins to name a few. 1,015 more words

Stephen Boyd

"Fantastic Voyage" comes to life - sort of

Old codgers like me will remember the 1965 science fiction film “Fantastic Voyage” where a medical team in the submarine “Proteus” are shrunk to microscopic size and are injected into the vessels of a brain-damaged scientist  to try and save him. 227 more words