"The Green Slime" is a 1968 japanese film, but instead of a solo star like
Raymond Burr or a Nick Adams, the whole cast is Caucasian (White?). It's also a very cool film with horrific monsters and an equally horrifying love triangle! "You don't love Vince, you pity him! You love me!!"
Classic case study in how because of circumstances beyond your control, like being in outer space with a bunch of monsters and morons, "sometimes you just have to get along!" The stupid too small helmets were a really bad wardrobe choice!This musical bit starts with some stupefyingly TJB loungey background music and a conversation from further out than space, that's followed by some squeaky squawky
monster scenes with some more cool space music, and ending with, "Now, Lieutenant, take her down" followed by a short reprise of the amazing theme song, sung by the drummer for the surf band "The Challengers," Richard Delvy, delivering one of the best vocals of all time!Just look at them! These guys don't stand a chance!!!
As anyone who has ever watched a Power Rangers episode knows, posing is very important!! Case closed!