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Professor Quatermass, trying to gather support for his Lunar colonisation project, is intrigued by mysterious traces that have been showing up.
John Rae (McLeod) is the only actor to reprise his role from the original television version Quatermass II (1955)
Hey look at this Sir! Look at this! I think this- I think this is a- a whole one! Yes it is! It's exactly the same odd shape as the other. It isn't even cracked. It's...
Quatermass: What is it?
Marsh: That's funny, I thought I felt a sort of...
Quatermass: Put it down!
Marsh: -a sort of ...
The sentry run over by Quatermass and Lomax is clearly a lightweight dummy in long-shot.
As was commonplace in the 1950s, Hammer filmed a racier "Continental" version, which included revealing shots of Vera Day. Nigel Kneale objected that it was entirely out of place, not to mention far too colorful, to have a topless waitress in a village pub.