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14 Responses to “The Zombies and the Outer Limits are a good combination”

  1. PhosPhorious says:

    She should have stopped at two before “Caveman.”  Not completely bald, but with  a brain size suggesting advanced intelligence.  Maybe even telepathy or something.

  2. Spocko says:

    And of course staring the fabulous David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. “Open Channel D, Open Channel D”

    Bonus Bond Trivia Ian Fleming was a consultant on The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

  3. Mark Dow says:

    Two great blasts from the backward, that go great together.

  4. Strange Quark Star says:

    “One of my favorite things about YouTube is being able to listen to almost any old song I can think of.”

    My least favorite thing about YouTube is being unable to listen to almost any song I can think of, because Germany (GEMA).

  5. I did one of these a while back for an MP3 I’d had sitting on a VERY old CD backup…a gabber (!) version of the theme to Zombie.


  6. bfarn says:

    A fine tradition!
    The first time I went down the youtube music rabbit hole I came out with this:
    -An assembly video of the Kracie Happy Kitchen (one of those amazing Japanese kit toys with a million steps, this one for making an edible miniature Happy Meal).

    -Mixed with Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata

    It’s sort of the Garfield Minus Garfield effect.  Turns an otherwise innocuous video into an exploration of pathos, solitude, and lost youth.

  7. The actual video for this song has a woman in it. Anyone know who she is?


  8. sockdoll says:

    A grown-up Sally Draper making an Illya Kuryakin of her very own? Or is it Ducky Mallard in the Wayback machine?

  9. What you need to listen to is Pink Floyd playing over The Wizard of Oz. 

  10. I’m always on the look out for good song/footage mash-ups.  This one is really great:


  11. Janice in GA says:

    That was one of my favorite Outer Limits EVER. Because… David McCallum!! I learned a certain Bach prelude on piano because of this episode.  (The character apparently needed 12 fingers to play it well.  I managed it with 10.)