An episode of The Outer Limits a Day as seen through the eyes of Peter Enfantino and John Scoleri.
Excellent Marianna Hill tribute. Kudos to both the creator and the poster here. I hadn't realized how titillatingly busy she was in those days; how much genre work she did---never recalled the BATMAN entry.And how good she looked with a...phaser in her hand.
She's a cousin of Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, apropos of nothing beyond its obvious quirky-trivia value.
It's a shame they didn't make a Spider-Man movie in the 1960s.Marianna would've been terrific as Mary Jane Watson. :)
Blogger Jaime Weinman is a fan, too:http://zvbxrpl.blogspot.com/2005/08/one-more-lost-starlet.html
Just watched the YouTube video at the top . . . . . what, no clips of her in Godfather II, Red-Line 7000, or Medium Cool? Epic Fail. (j/k)
Thanks to David J. Schow, i just became aware of this career-spanning interview with Hill that was published last December. She has very fond memories of The Outer Limits.http://hillplace.blogspot.com/2016/12/medium-cool-marianna-hill-interview.html
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