Quite by chance, eye-specialist James Stone fashions several pairs of glasses which enable his patients to see an otherwise invisible horrendous, two dimensional monster. watch
Dr. T (Hans Conried) panics as Bart (Tommy Rettig) has escaped, his enslaved mother (Mary Healy) helping search, thugs chasing, in the only movie written by 'Dr. Seuss' (Ted Geisel), The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T. 1953.
Fleeing Bart (Tommy Rettig) has come upon the 'Dungeon For Scratchy Violins' (etc.) and a big musical number as staged by Eugene Loring, in director Roy Rowland's 'Dr. Seuss' movie, The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953.
Mom (Mary Healy) and the plumber (Peter Lind Hayes) chat as Bart (Tommy Rettig) dreams his way into the world run by his evil piano teacher (Hans Conried) in the 'Dr. Seuss' movie, The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953.
Strangeness right from the top, the opening to the only movie ever written by 'Dr. Seuss' (Ted Geisel), The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T, 1953, starring Hans Conried and Tommy Rettig, directed by Roy Rowland.
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Young Bart Collins, lulled to sleep by the monotony of his piano lessons, dreams of a castle ruled by his piano teacher, the eccentric Dr. Teriwilliker. Dr. T is determined to prove that his "Happy Fingers Method" of teaching piano is the best method in the world. Having banished all other musical instruments to the dungeon, Dr. T lures 500 reluctant little boys to perform in a colossal concert on the grandest grand piano ever built. In his effort to escape, Bart comes in contact with some of the strangest characters imaginable - Siamese twins on roller skates, a human drum and the most memorable villain since the "Grinch". Filled with surreal landscapes and tongue-twisting rhymes, for which Dr. Seuss is famous, this is a movie children and their parents will love to watch again and again. The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T is fantasy entertainment at its best.
The imagination of a nine-year-old boy vividly comes to life in this fun-filled fantasy from Dr. Seuss.
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