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TITLE: RED PLANET MARS

Red Planet Mars - 1952


RED PLANET MARS

DIRECTOR: Harry Horner
YEAR: 1952

Peter Graves plays a scientist who, using a "hydrogen tube," manages to receive messages from Mars revealing its incredible technological superiority over earth. Inexplicably this information causes the immediate collapse of the Western economy. Moscow revels in the hysteria until continued dispatches from the planet indicate that Martians are Christians. To date, the only anti-Communist Sci-Fi religious movie ever made.

AMAZON product link: RED PLANET MARS

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