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The Strange World of Planet X
In this British take on The Day the Earth Stood Still, a scientist’s experiments cause freak events and attract aliens to earth.
Science Fiction 1957 74 mins
Director: Gilbert Gunn
In this British take on The Day the Earth Stood Still, a scientist’s experiments with magnetic fields accidentally cause freak events and attract aliens to earth. With its parade of environmental disasters, giant insects and visiting aliens, The Strange World of Planet X is one of the wildest of Britain’s 1950s sci-fi films.
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