Directed by: Philip Kaufman
Starring: Brooke Adams, Donald Sutherland, Jeff Goldblum, Veronica Cartwright
Genres: Horror, Mystery, Romance, Sci-fi, Thriller
Question: Why does Leonard Nimoy have a brown piece of leather on the back of one of his hands?
Chosen answer: On the DVD commentary, Director Phillip Kaufman explained that the leather on Nimoy's hand was the actor's idea and simply showed how kooky the character was. Fits the character well really.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
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Elizabeth Driscoll: Yep, Boccardo's pills. He eats it like candy... or used to. Take some.Matthew Bennell: What are they?Elizabeth Driscoll: Speed. They'll keep us awake.Matthew Bennell: How many are you suppose to take?Elizabeth Driscoll: It says take one.Matthew Bennell: Take five.
There's a scene in which someone goes into a phone booth to make a call. As the phone booth door closes you can see a reflection of the cameraman.
In the opening title sequence we see a garbage truck going through the Golden Gate Bridge toll booth. We would find out later that these trucks were used to transport the pods. The truck is traveling southbound from Marin County into San Francisco which is appropriate, (intentional or not) since the book Body Snatcher was set in Mill Valley, in Marin County, about 10 miles from the bridge.