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the scientist try to make sense of The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey and Margaret Sheridan make a fine Hawksian couple of scientists in The Thing (1951)

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Kenneth Tobey and Margaret Sheridan in a publicity still for The Thing (1951).  This is another image I’ve posted before, but it didn’t look this good.

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Kenneth Tobey and Margaret Sheridan make a convincing couple of scientists in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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John Ridgeley is in the foreground in this original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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John Ridgeley, Robert Cornthwaite, Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan, Douglas Spencer and Dewey Martin are among the scientific research team in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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Margaret Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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Robert Cornthwaite, Margaret Sheridan, Kenneth Tobey and an unidentified scientist in a 1954 re-release publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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Robert Cornthwaite, Margaret Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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The typical Howard Hawks work group in The Thing (1951) features a woman.  There were no tuna fisherwomen in Tiger Shark (1932) or lumber jills in Come and Get It (1936), though.

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Kenneth Tobey and Margaret Sheridan in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

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original publicity still with Margaret Sheridan as part of the scientific research team in The Thing (1951).

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Margaret Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey in a publicity still for The Thing (1950)

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There is no romantic relationship in John Carpenter’s popular remake of The Thing (1951).