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TCM: Future Shock, 18 Sci-fi classics

Turner Classic Movies presents
Future Shock: Sci-Fi Films from the Cold War Era
18 Movies, Every Tuesday night in June
Films include: The Thing (1951), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956),
Forbidden Planet (1956), Logan's Run (1976) and Close Encounters of the
Third Kind (1977)



Also, see the TCM Original Documentary "Watch the Skies" about Sci-Fi's
Golden Age of Paranoia, featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg and
George Lucas. July 5 at 8pm ET only on TCM.

Go to
http://www.turnerclassicmovies.com/T...,95546,00.html
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Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
Village of the Damned
The Wild, Wild Planet
Forbidden Planet
From the Earth to the Moon
20 Million Miles To Earth
The Blob
Soylent Green
Westworld
Logan's Run
The Thing (from Another World)
2001: A Space Odyssey
No Blade of Grass
It Came From Outer Space
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Mars Attacks!
The Invisible Boy

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Originally Posted by Samuel


Also, see the TCM Original Documentary "Watch the Skies" about Sci-Fi's
Golden Age of Paranoia, featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg and
George Lucas. July 5 at 8pm ET only on TCM.
now that docu sounds cool, thanks for the info Samuel!
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Thanks for the heads-up on this...the docu sounds cool indeed!
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I never saw a lot of those flicks. I'll be watching!
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Those are some of my favorite movies. Congratulations to anyone who has TCM. I know my parents do, but they won't be watching them.

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