1950s & earlier scifi film by quote & clue

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They're here already! You're next! You're next, You're next...!These were originally the last lines, but it made it ambiguous as to whether the pod people were ever stopped. (1956)
It was their hands that built this city of ours, Father. But where do the hands belong in your scheme?This German Expressionist classic was directed by Fritz Lang and required over 35,000 extras. (1927)
Your choice is simple: join us and live in peace, or pursue your present course and face obliteration. We shall be waiting for your answer. The decision rests with you.An alien ambassador issues an ultimatum to the Earth, with an unstoppable robot as his backup. (1951)
Oh, in the name of God! Now I know what it feels like to be God!Only loosely based on the Mary Shelley masterpiece, a lot of people still think the title refers to the monster. (1931)
Monsters, John. Monsters from the Id.Ostensibly inspired by Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”, its most lasting stars were Leslie Nielsen and Robbie the Robot. (1956)
Ogata, if the oxygen destroyer is used even once, politicians from around the world will see it. Of course, they'll want to use it as a weapon.The title character definitively dies (skeletonized) at the end, but that didn’t stop him from returning for over 25 films over 50 years. (1954)
We're millionaires, boys. I'll share it with all of you. Why, in a few months, it'll be up in lights on Broadway ... When this film’s lead actress died in 2004, the lights on the Empire State Building were dimmed. (1933)
That skeleton beam must be what they used to wipe out the French cities.George Pal updated the setting of H.G. Wells anti-colonialism classic from Victorian England to contemporary southern California. (1953)
Ah, we're almost at the island of Crespo. All this was once an island. Although it is now sunk ... We do our hunting and farming here.Kirk Douglas played rebellious American sailor Ned Land, while James Mason played the brooding submarine captain. (1954)
I think you should send us the biggest transport plane you have, and take this thing to the Arctic or somewhere and drop it where it will never thaw.Steve McQueen starred in this film about an amorphous space alien with a ravenous appetite. (1958)
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Are we to be abducted every day in Iceland?Pat Boone and James Mason play a pair of Scotsman on a trek into a world of prehistoric monsters and caves. (1959)
There are many strange legends in the Amazon. Even I, Lucas, have heard the legend of a man-fish.The first 1956 sequel to this film was Clint Eastwood's big screen debut. (1954)
We must tell the police that Griffin's disappeared; but only that he's disappeared.Monocaine was the fictional drug instrumental in Griffin’s “disappearance'. The female lead was played by Gloria Stuart; 64 years before her Oscar-nominated role in “Titanic”. (1933)
But one thing's sure. Inspector Clay is dead, murdered, and somebody's responsible.This hilarious disaster of a film was directed, written, edited, and produced by Edward D. Wood, Jr. (1959)
... unless these queens are located and destroyed before they've established thriving colonies ... man, as the dominant species of life on earth, will probably be extinct ...James Whitmore plays a police detective who would need three sets of handcuffs to bring in the murderer. Leonard Nimoy has a small uncredited part. (1954)
Watch the skies, everywhere! Keep looking. Keep watching the skies!The final lines to a classic Cold War thriller set in the Arctic, James Arness played the killer alien humanoid plant. (1951)
... they're concentrating all their attention on Metaluna. Those flashes of light... they're meteors... hundreds of them! Intense heat is turning Metaluna into a radioactive sun.This was the film parodied in 'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie'. (1955)
Help meee! Help meeeeee!David Hedison speaks these chilling lines as a normal sized garden spider bears down on him at the film’s end. (1958)
Before you opened your pocketbook, you tried to make this a personal enterprise, a private rocket ship for your own personal use. This project was started by real humanitarians ...When an interstellar collision is set to destroy the Earth, engineers team up to build rockets to save some of humanity. (1951)
To a new world of gods and monsters!Elsa Lanchester played both the title role and Mary Shelley in this sequel. In the title role, a bird cage was used to help with her unique hairstyle. (1935)

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