Today’s Movie Scientist posts look at the lonely, often isolated nature of scientific work. The movies below examine movie scientists who work alone, or as part of a small, secluded team.

Thanks to all of you for your research, observations and hard work over these past three days. We were so impressed by your selection of films and what you wrote about them.

Also, a special thank you to Christina Wehner for being a wonderful co-host.

Christina Wehner: Gojira (1954)

Cinematic Scribblings: Letter Never Sent (1959)

Critica Retrô: Eyes Without a Face (1960)

Sometimes They Go to Eleven: Silent Running (1972)

Blogferatu: The Invisible Man (1933)

The Midnite Drive-In: Forbidden Planet (1956)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood: Roxanne (1987)

Diary of a Movie Maniac: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984)

Taking Up Room: The Last Man on Earth (1964)

Silver Screenings: Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942)

Silver Screen Classics: The Island of Lost Souls (1932)

…And More Mad Scientists from Day 2

Cinematic Catharsis: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1921)

 

Movies Meet Their Match: Despicable Me (2010)

The Dream Book Blog: The Devil-Doll (1936)

Life’s Daily Lessons: The Man with Two Brains (1983)

But Wait! Another Good Scientist from Day 1

Maddy Loves Her Classic Films: Back to the Future Trilogy

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10 Comment on “Movie Scientist Blogathon: Day 3 Recap – The Lonely

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