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Perfectionist aliens from the planet Zanti, with human aide, decides to make Earth a penal colony for their criminals- large ants with grotesque human-like faces; but a fleeing bank robber and his girlfriend threatens the agreement. "The Zanti Misfits" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. Oddly enough, I was pretty rough on them back in 2003, largely because you weren't getting much for your $30 back then. With Michael Tolan, Olive Deering, Robert F. Simon, Claude Woolman. Directed by Leonard J. Horn. Perfectionist aliens from the planet Zanti, with human aide, decides to make Earth a penal colony for their criminals- large ants with grotesque human-like faces; but a fleeing bank robber and his girlfriend threatens the agreement. My husband found this little book at the dump and brought it home for me because we are both Outer Limits fans and in particular we crack up over The Zanti Misfits episode. With Michael Tolan, Olive Deering, Robert F. Simon, Claude Woolman. 2015 Update: The Outer Limits and Twilight Zone figures might be my favorite licenses of all time produced by Sideshow, and of the figures they did, I think the Zanti Misfits have become my top pick. Another story element that Stefano always insisted upon in each episode of The Outer Limits was a focus on some important aspect of "the human condition." It first broadcast on December 30, 1963, during the first season.

Astute readers possessive of eidetic memories may recall that my spotlight on "A Feasibility Study" almost five years ago (!) Shelves: science-fiction, short-stories. "The Zanti Misfits," directed by Leonard Horn, lives up to this dictum too, revolving specifically around the contemporary problem of what a"civilized" society should do with its criminals. See more ideas about The outer limits, Outer, Science fiction. Directed by Leonard J. Horn. The Zanti misfits has always been my favorite episode of the classic Outer Limits TV series, the Zanti seem to be everywhere, crawling on Olive Deering's windshield, swarming over soldiers, scuttering down walls and even climbing up an unfortunate soldier's pant leg, all the while grinning and doing a very good job of looking menacing, despite their diminutive size. The Zanti Misfits also gifted The Outer Limits with a unique alien menace achieved by the sort of stop-motion animation previously seen only in theatrical features. Start your review of The Zanti Misfits (The Outer Limits, #1) Write a review. See more ideas about The outer limits, Outer, Science fiction film.