The clip stargazing Part 10 from It Came from Outer Space (1953)
Did you get any good shots?
The crater's about 1,000 yards around.
One of the biggest things that ever happened.
Look how far down it goes.
Sure covers a wide area.
Hey, here comes our stargazer now. Come on.
So are the reporters.
And here they come. I'll try and steer them off.
Good morning, John. Ellen.
Missed you out at the house.
Dugan, American Press. Lober, Press Dispatch.
Gentlemen, this is Miss Fields.
How do you do? Quite a show you started. Any statement?
Why repeat it? It's all right here.
Stick around, I may really have something for you in a few minutes.
Look, this is private. Do you mind?
Not at all.
How about it, Miss Fields?
You add anything to this?
Well, well, John.
Hello, Dr. Snell. Glad you could get away.
I wouldn't have missed it for anything.
How long you been here?
About an hour.
You've just gotten started then.
Hardly. I've seen enough.
But you do believe me?
Look, John, last night you saw a meteor fall to earth.
That much has been substantiated by witnesses.
The presence of the crater itself...
its formation and characteristics, all support the theory that it was a meteor.
But I tell you, I saw a ship.
You saw something that looked like a ship.
You can't prove it, John.
I can prove it if I can get you to help me dig it out of there.
I can't in good faith ask the University to do it.