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The 27th Day (1957) was a Science Fiction - Black-and-white Film directed by William Asher and produced by Lewis J. Rachmil and Helen Ainsworth.

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Eve Wingate: Maybe people really aren't worth saving.
Jonathan Clark: I don't know, a lot of them are nice.

Jonathan Clark: People hate because they fear, and they fear anything they don't understand... which is almost everything.

[Clark turns on a transistor radio, music plays]
Eve Wingate: What in heavens name is that?
Jonathan Clark: Rock 'n' roll.
Eve Wingate: Rock 'n' roll.
Jonathan Clark: Music, almost.

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The glimpse we are given of the spacecraft reveals it to be from another Columbia release, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers. The scene was also used in an episode of The Twilight Zone.
When the Soviet General and Prof. Beckner launch the capsules the General gives the coordinates for Houston, Texas (29° 45' 26" N, 95° 21' W). Beckner gives the coordinates for Moscow (55° 45' 18" N, 37° 37' 14" E). Beckner is also heard giving partial coordinates for 45° 4' 23" N and 12' 12" E but the degrees are missing.
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Also directed by William Asher

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Also produced by Lewis J. Rachmil

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Also released in 1957

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