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    Vin D
    Absolutely great upload! Brought back lots of nice childhood memories. Nice to see that so many people in this production went on to bigger and better.
    By Vin DMay
    Harve Milt
    This really good sifi movie also was done in Technicolor. Really vibrant colors, which adds quite a bit to the viewing experience. I've seen it both ways.
    By Harve MiltFebruary
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    By George AntonLast year
    Antonpictures - Ellen has her own place, she doesn't live with John, (if that is what you meant). That would have been a major scandal in those days and in that town. She'd most likely lose her job as a school teacher.
    By SoujurnLast year
    George Anton
    It Came From Outer Space (1953)
    Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller [USA:G, 1 h 21 min]
    Richard Carlson, Barbara Rush, Charles Drake, Joe Sawyer
    Director: Jack Arnold
    Writers: Ray Bradbury, Harry Essex
    IMDb user rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 6.6/10 (4,407 votes)
    John Putnam is a writer and an amateur stargazer with a new home out in the beautiful Arizona desert, which he enjoys with Ellen Fields, his girlfriend and a local schoolteacher. John is not trusted by the people of the small town near where he lives, certainly not by Sheriff Matt Warren, who feels protective of Ellen, and perhaps something more. One night, John and Ellen see a meteor crash in the desert. John drags his friend, Pete, out of bed to take him over to the crash site in his helicopter. Once there, John climbs down into the crater. Unfortunately, he does so alone, as Pete and Ellen wait for him. John is the only one who sees the spaceship before a landslide covers it. And John is the only one who catches a glimpse of the hideous thing inside. At first John's story seems mad, until some of the townsfolk begin acting strange - as if they aren't really who they seem to be. antonpictures
    By George AntonLast year
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