Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965)
Prehistoric Planet
Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet

Nomination Year: 2003
SYNOPSIS:  Ugh. In the vein of Twelve to the Moon and its ilk, we have a pre-1969 film about a rocketship to Venus. It's got all the requisite '50s/'60s sci-fi standbys: antique cutting-edge technology, wooden acting, and moronic astronauts meeting idiotic monsters and robots. Although there are hints of an alien civilization on Venus, this group of dumb-astronauts never manages to encounter any, though they hear some singing. Big deal.

Stupidest-Looking Monster

The Flying Reptile
A masterfully dumb pterodactyl on strings. This might get my non-vote.

Worst Acting

The Men are on Venus, Marsha's on Mars
The beehive woman (Faith Domergue as "Marsha") manages never to show any emotion and always delivers her lines in a monotone, even during a crisis. Almost every scene she's in would be a decent Worst Acting nomination.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Basil Rathbone Skinny actor known best for his movie portrayals of Sherlock Holmes 
Faith Domergue  
Marc Shannon  
Christopher Brand  
John Bix  
Director Claim to Fame
Curtis Harrington Directed TV's Wonder Woman show 
Pavel Klushantsev  

Bryan Cassidy

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