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  • Bill Hart as a Caligo Galaxy Creature wearing a fur facial prosthetic in the episode "Fun and Games" of the 1964 series "The Outer Limits."
    • United Artists Television

    The Outer Limits: Fun and Games

    1964

    Costume seen on Bill Hart as a Caligo Galaxy Creature

  • Janos Prohaska as The Anthropoid Ape wearing a brown fur facial prosthetic in the episode "The Cage" of the 1965 series "Star Trek."
    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: The Cage

    1965

    Costume seen on Janos Prohaska as The Anthropoid Ape

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About the Costume

Science Fiction films and television shows have always been notorious for reusing props, sets, and costumes to help keep within budget. Sometimes when pieces were reused, they appeared unchanged, but other times various elements of a prop or costume were taken and reworked into something else entirely. In this particular instance, the facial prosthetic worn by Bill Hart as a Caligo Galaxy Creature in the 1964 episode of The Outer Limits, entitled Fun and Games, was paired later with a different fur suit, reworked and worn in 1965 on Janos Prohaska as the Anthropoid Ape in the pilot episode of Star Trek entitled The Cage.

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About the Costume

Science Fiction films and television shows have always been notorious for reusing props, sets, and costumes to help keep within budget. Sometimes when pieces were reused, they appeared unchanged, but other times various elements of a prop or costume were taken and reworked into something else entirely. In this particular instance, the facial prosthetic worn by Bill Hart as a Caligo Galaxy Creature in the 1964 episode of The Outer Limits, entitled Fun and Games, was paired later with a different fur suit, reworked and worn in 1965 on Janos Prohaska as the Anthropoid Ape in the pilot episode of Star Trek entitled The Cage.

Science Fiction films and television shows have always been notorious for reusing props, sets, and costumes to help keep within budget. Sometimes when pieces were reused, they appeared unchanged, but other times various elements of a prop or costume were taken and reworked into something else entirely. In this particular instance, the facial prosthetic worn by Bill Hart as a Caligo Galaxy Creature in the 1964 episode of The Outer Limits, entitled Fun and Games, was paired later with a different fur suit, reworked and worn in 1965 on Janos Prohaska as the Anthropoid Ape in the pilot episode of Star Trek entitled The Cage.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Aengus
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Costume Designer:
  • Forrest T. Butler

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