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Forbidden Planet(1956)

One of the greatest Science Fiction films ever made, and featuring some of the most unforgettable images in the history of the genre. The special effects in this were extremely impressive for the 50’s, and they still impress when viewed today. 669 more words

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Anne Francis 1930 – 2011

Anne Francis: born Ann Marvak, 16 September 1930, Ossining New York; died 2 January 2011, Santa Barbara California.

American

There is a fifth dimension...

Rod Serling had acquired John Collier’s wicked short story The Chaser and made a memorable Twilight Zone episode from it, so I guess they felt entitled to “borrow” another of his yarns, … 499 more words

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[Last Film I Watched] Forbidden Planet (1956)

Title: Forbidden Planet
Year: 1956
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure, Action
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Writer: Cyril Hume
based on a story by Irving Block and Allen Adler… 631 more words

Film Review

Anne Francis in 'Dreamboat' 1952

Anne Francis: born Ann Marvak, 16 September 1930, Ossining New York; died 2 January 2011, Santa Barbara California.

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American

Wonder Woman 1.3 - Beauty on Parade

Our son was mostly baffled by this episode, because he had no idea what a beauty pageant was. Surprisingly, considering the inevitability of an “undercover at a beauty pageant” episode of any TV show made in the 1970s with a female lead, this one was actually pretty intelligent, with a good twist about what the saboteur in the story is actually after. 249 more words

Lyle Waggoner

Forbidden Planet

This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.

In the 23rd century, mankind is undergoing a widespread mission to colonise other planets. Twenty years before the story begins, a ship arrived on the planet Altair IV and now a new crew, captained by Commander John J. 631 more words

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