There’s also a French appetizer platter, if you’re in the mood for something light…

Assignment Outer Space (1960), in which Antonio Margheriti and Ennio De Cocini assure us that despite current projections to the contrary, there will still be newspapers in 2116…

Battle of the Worlds (1961), in which it’s apparently somehow possible– indeed, downright normal!– to become a professional astronomer without knowing the first thing about calculus…

Cosmos: War of the Planets (1977), in which the planets are conspicuously not at war, although one of them does insist on blasting “Tocata and Fugue in D Minor” out its windows at all hours of the night…

Georges Melies Trick Films, 1899, in which Satan invades a convent, a dancing girl bursts into flames, and Georges starts to get serious about telling an actual story…

and…

2+5 Mission Hydra (1966), in which there are sexy space girls, crappy robots, Communist spies, and savage space yetis, yet the American distributors still felt the need to add a bunch of inappropriate stock footage from Gorath and Doomsday Machine.
 
 
 



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