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1970s sci fi film by quote and clue
I'm a seeker too. But my dreams aren't like yours. I can't help thinking that somewhere in the universe there has to be something better than man. Has to be.
Rod Serling helped write the screenplay based on Pierre Boulle's novel. Taylor should have headed Zaius' advice and not gone looking for answers. (1968)
Most plants thrive on animal waste, but I'm afraid this mutation possesses an appetite for the animal itself.
This UK film sees most of the population blinded by a meteor storm which also releases the spores that grow the title plants. (1962)
They're coming to get you, Barbara, there's one of them now!
There have been sequels, pretenders, rip offs, and inspired films based on this indy film, but this is George A. Romero’s original. (1968)
Thousands of years of building and rebuilding, creating and recreating so you can let it crumble to dust. A million years of sensitive men dying for their dreams ... for what!?
This George Pal film opens on January 5, 1900, but significant action occurs starting on October 12, 802701. (1960)
Total Infertility in plants and animals. Not just disease in a few herds, Mr. Bond, or the loss of a single crop, but the destruction of a whole strain. Forever!
Brainwashing beautiful allergy sufferers to deliver a biological weapon is just the kind of thing Ernst Stavro Blofeld would do. (1969)
Kelp, it's human nature. Kelp, people just don't like teachers blowing up their kids!
Remade in 1996, Jerry Lewis helped write and then starred in this spoof of Jekyll and Hyde. Lewis’ character inspired Professor Frink on “The Simpsons”. (1963)
Eighteen months ago the first evidence of intelligent life off the Earth was discovered. It was buried 40 feet below the lunar surface near the crater Tycho.
Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick together created what some consider the greatest work of scifi cinema. (1968)
This was just the beginning. We escaped, but only into the clutches of the greatest storm in American history.
Based on the sequel to '20k Leagues Under the Sea', Ray Harryhausen created a giant bird, a giant crab, and giant honeybees. (1961)
I'm here under the orders of the president of Earth; I'm looking for Durand-Durand.
The movie that inspired the name of the 80s rock band is likely more remembered for Jane Fonda’s zero-G strip tease. (1968)
Well, it's a job just like any other. Good work with lots of variety. Monday, we burn Miller; Tuesday, Tolstoy; Wednesday, Walt Whitman; Friday, Faulkner ...
Legendary French director François Truffaut both directed and helped write the screenplay based on Ray Bradbury’s classic. (1966)
People, especially children, aren't measured by their IQ. What's important about them is whether they're good or bad, and these children are bad.
Based on the story “The Midwich Cuckoos”, this film did for blonde haired little English kids what “Jaws” did for sharks. (1960)
You know of course that by 22:31:06, the crew will be dead. There's not enough oxygen left for three men to live that long.
The three astronauts were played by Richard Crenna, Gene Hackman and James Franciscus. Gregory Peck played the director of NASA. (1969)
Let's see, flying rubber ... Flubber!
This Fred MacMurray film got Oscar nods for cinematography, visual effects, and art direction. It was remade as 'Flubber' with Robin Williams in 1997. (1961)
Allow me to introduce myself. I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld. They told me you were assassinated in Hong Kong.
SPECTRE tries to initiate a war between the US and USSR by stealing space capsules from orbit. The volcano set was highly memorable. (1967)
The only way we can reach that clot is from inside the brain.
Scalpel ... retractor ... nuclear submarine ... It won 2 of the 5 Oscars it was nominated for. (1966)
I was wondering why the people who would never dream of laughing at a blind or a crippled man would laugh at a moron?
Based on the story “Flowers for Algernon”, Cliff Robertson won an Oscar for the title role; a man with a low IQ who becomes a genius as a result of an experiment with a tragic conclusion. (1968)
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