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Monster from Mars" redirects here. For the 2005 Japanese computer animated short film, see Negadon: The Monster from Mars.
Ro-Man must complete the destruction of all humans, even if it means his physically killing them one by one, before his mission to subjugate the Earth is complete. After fruitless negotiations, Ro-Man, with a laser in hand, destroys the spaceship headed for the orbiting platform, killing the two pilots aboard.

Production :

Twenty-five-year-old writer/director Tucker made Robot Monster in four days for an estimated $16,000. Except for a few scenes at a house in Los Angeles and a building site near Dodger Stadium,[4] most footage was filmed outdoors in Bronson Canyon, the site of innumerable motion pictures and TV settings.[5] Principal photography on Robot Monster wrapped on March 23, 1953.

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