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Forbidden Planet

The Queen Mother of science fiction films, with uncredited animation from Disney and rather cheekily credited co-writing from Shakespeare, plus turns from Leslie Nielsen, James ‘Roscoe P Coltrane’ Best and, as the voice of the robot, Marvin Miller, the voice of the Commissioner in the Pink Panther cartoons.

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  1. Johnnyboy

    January 10, 2014 at 1:14 am

    Still great to watch even today. The Krell facilities are staggering to behold “24 miles…”. In a drunken discussion recently my brother and I surmised the the Krell structure went @ 160 miles deep into the planet; depending upon the crustal thickness that would have went into the mantle of the planet for sure. Science in action. A real favourite and one to watch in HD widescreen, really does stand out then.

  2. Richard16378

    January 10, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    As well as the robot many other props were reused as well, the space suits turned up in The Queen Of Outer Space.

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