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    Vernon's posting WAR OF THE WORLDS, brought back memories of some good and some best forgotten SIC-FI films.
    The DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL with Michael Rennie.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Da...th_Stood_Still

    INVADERS FROM MARS. This one gave me nightmares for weeks after.
    https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Invaders_...rs_(1953_film)
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    Watching Quartermass and the Pit at the moment.
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    The DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

    Have that one as well , and will watch it Tomorrow on the Public Holiday! In the rainy Weather!

    When Worlds Collide
    Target Earth
    Destination Moon
    The Incredible Shrinking Man
    Rocketship Expedition Moon (Also known as Rocketship XM Expedition Moon)

    There are of course many more. I have watched so may of these kind of Movies and each one i really enjoyed!
    Al though far fetched i know, some of the parts have already come to pass!
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    # 2 I remember that being shown on BBC TV 1958 (googled the date) I was 9 at the time. Went to sleep at night with the light on lol.

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    Here in Oz we continue to make horror movies, only difference is the actors, all bloody politicians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Here in Oz we continue to make horror movies, only difference is the actors, all bloody politicians.
    Yes John , but not just Australian Politicians. Here in the UK it is like a Carry on movie. As for Russia they have Doctor Stranelove in charge.

    Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, known simply and more commonly as Dr. Strangelove, is a 1964 black comedy film that satirizes the Cold War fears of a nuclear conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States.

    Best not mention the EU, comedy club central.

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    It sure is true, the rulers of this world are lost when it comes to any good ideas, moral compass, gratitude, common sense, humility and so many more attributes that should apply to all in power.
    Her majesty showed the way, but sadly most others lost the way.
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