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« on: June 17, 2001, 08:09:52 AM »

Seen THE MAN FROM PLANET X on Turner Classic Movies recently. The film is great stuff. I'll try to name some of the more memorable parts.

1. Decent atmosphere. Most of it on a Hollywood set. Some neat erie landspape/bacgrounds of what they called "the moors".

2. Really dumb scientist whom need to get their priorities straight.

3. Neat looking alien with a ray gun that Is used to control humans.

4. Planet (planet x) thats on collision course with Earth.

5. Stupid human bad guy and good guys.

Overall it was a neat film *** out of *****.  Its worth viewing.

Turner Classic Movies have put on a couple neat films lately THE MAN FROM PLANET X and I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE.
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