Can you complete the names of these John Agar B-movies?

Big spiders, things from outer space, floating brains, and a lot of questionable science.

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If you're a Svengoolie fan, then it's safe to say that you're already familiar with John Agar. He made a name for himself acting alongside John Wayne in movies like Sands of Iwo Jima, Fort Apache, and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. Later in his career, he made a pivot to horror and sci-fi, often in the numerous B-movies popping up in the 1950s and '60s.

We've collected a handful of the many B-movies he appeared in over the years. Can you complete their names?

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  1. John Agar made a short but memorable appearance in this made-for-TV movie, 'Body ___' as Mark Hamill's doctor.
  2. It doesn't get much more classic sci-fi than a floating brain with eyeballs, as seen in 'The Brain from ____ Arous'
  3. John Agar meets a mad scientist trying to create an alligator-human fusion in 'Curse of the Swamp ___'
  4. A lab accident transforms Agar's body in horrible ways in '____ of Death'
  5. Want to keep your movie budget low? Make villains that nobody can see! At least that's what 'Invisible ____' did
  6. John Agar goes underground in 'The Mole ____'
  7. John Agar plays a salesman in love with a secretary - whose boss has a sinister secret - in 'Attack of the ___ People'
  8. The first sequel to 'Creature from the Black Lagoon': '___ of the Creature'
  9. A made-for-TV movie with a miniscule $22,000 budget: 'Zontar, the Thing from ___'
  10. A classic 'big bug' movie: '___!'

Can you complete the names of these John Agar B-movies?

Your Result...

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Lacey 5 days ago
Missed only one., The only one I have never seen.
slipster 5 days ago
10 of 10. John Agar was a favorite.
Dajj 30 days ago
8/10 nothing like watching a great Sci fi or horror B- movie!!!
Snickers 1 month ago
7/10. Boy did he do a lot of terrible movies. All though I did like "Tarantula".
SheriHeffner 1 month ago
6 out of 10. I didn't do very well.
Jimo 1 month ago
6/10 digging a hole with the mole people .
Mac2Nite 1 month ago
8/10... there are even some horror B movies even I won't watch... LOL😂
MeFanFromSavan 1 month ago
10/10 with two very lucky guesses.
nightshade 1 month ago
6 out of 10... some were so obvious I second-guessed myself .....i watched too many of these as an 80s kid l;ol
Ealgylden 1 month ago
10/10. That's embarrassing, considering how much I dislike John Agar. By far my least fave of all those blandly handsome square-jawed leading men in '50s/'60s scifi.
Spaceseed Ealgylden 27 days ago
Shirley Temple liked him.
Ealgylden Spaceseed 27 days ago
When he wasn't being a violent drunk who cheated on her, maybe.
JERRY6 1 month ago
4 really bad as i have seen a;l those movies
Moverfan 1 month ago
8 out of 10 and I've never seen any of them [heard of some, but never seen any]. So I suppose the answer to the title question is...well, yeah, I guess so...maybe...kinda...
CarolKelley 1 month ago
I remember seeing a trailer for movie about a giant spider when I was very, very young. The movie was Tarantula and I was one year old when it came out.
MrPerfect 1 month ago
10/10. This quiz about Shirley Temple's former husband was easy.
DethBiz 1 month ago
9 out of 10. Missed #9. I remember marking out for him when he popped up in Nightbreed.
Ready2go 1 month ago
Mole People is on Sven tonight 4/22.
AgingDisgracefully 1 month ago
I always wondered if Zontar, The Thing From Venus had a very shiny nose?
And if you ever saw would probably run like hell...[no, that doesn't rhyme...]
Ready2go 1 month ago
8/10. the two I miissed I never heard of. Happy to say I own several of these! Planet Arous, Invisible Invaders, Puppet People are classic 50s sci fi. He was also in the Danish sci fi , Journey to the 7th Planet. Been a John Agar fan for years.
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