Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)
|Director(s)||Edward D. Wood Jr.|
|Producer(s)||Charles Burg (associate), J. Edward Reynolds (executive), Hugh Thomas Jr. (associate), Edward D. Wood Jr.|
|Top Genres||Horror, Science Fiction|
|Top Topics||Aliens, Zombies|
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Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Edward D. Wood Jr. and produced by Edward D. Wood Jr., Charles Burg, J. Edward Reynolds and Hugh Thomas Jr..
After the Silents: Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)By Movies, Silently on Jun 4, 2013 From Movies Silently
When you hear about Plan 9 from Outer Space, the first thing you think of is a silent movie, right? No? Well, keep reading! Thrills! Chills! Cardboard headstones! Thrills! Chills! Cardboard headstones! To be honest, I hesitated to write this. Folks have been snickering at bad movies ever since image... Read full article
Plan 9 from Outer SpaceBy Alexander Diminiano on Jan 20, 2012 From Cinemaniac Reviews
Bottom Line: No less than terrible in the script, acting, and visuals, but somehow entertaining from beginning to end. Directed by: Ed Wood Starring: Bela Lugosi, Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tom Keene Picture a man (Criswell, the narrator) facing the camera as if ready to give a news report. He ... Read full article
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Colonel Tom Edwards: Why is it so important that you want to contact the governments of our earth?
Eros: Because of death. Because all you of Earth are idiots.
Jeff Trent: Now you just hold on, Buster.
Eros: No, you hold on. First was your firecracker, a harmless explosive. Then your hand grenade: you began to kill your own people, a few at a time. Then the bomb. Then a larger bomb: many people are killed at one time. Then your scientists stumbled upon the atom bomb, split the atom. Then the hydrogen bomb, where you actually explode the air itself. Now you can arrange the total destruction of the entire universe served by our sun: The only explosion left is the Solaranite.
Colonel Tom Edwards: Why, there's no such thing.
Eros: You do not need guns.
Jeff Trent: Maybe we think we do.
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Previewed as "Grave Robbers from Outer Space" at the Carlton Theater in Los Angeles on March 15, 1957, the film went into general release as "Plan 9 from Outer Space" in July of 1959, on a double bill with the British suspense thriller Time Lock, which featured a pre-James Bond Sean Connery.The actual copyright for the film is 1957.
Eartha Kitt's name can be seen as an entertainer on a marquee.
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