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I have seen it. Anyone here ever see Zardoz ? Zero population growth. Logans run?
Death takes a holiday. Red rider , 50 foot woman. Many more.

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I've never even heard of them.

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Yeah I think I've seen all of those. Maybe not Red Rider, I can't recall it.



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I have seen some of them like Logans Run, 50 Foot Woman, and Death takes a Holidy via a repackaged version Meet Joe Black...

I will add: Them!, and Kronos (1957). There is more, lots more, probably forgotten more than I remember seeing.

The Black Hole (1979) by Disney.

Admittedly there is probably a lot of older sci-fi I have never seen or heard of too.

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Yeah I think I've seen all of those. Maybe not Red Rider, I can't recall it.
Bill, the kid who him and his brother made an airplane out of his wagon . And flew away from a bad step dad.
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Bill, the kid who him and his brother made an airplane out of his wagon . And flew away from a bad step dad.
Sorry Bill it was this one I forgot.
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There were so many. The only one that does stick out is the day the earth stood still. JMHO.
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I saw Radio Flyer a very long time ago.



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Did you see "The Thing from Another World"...James Arness played the killer of the title. Saw Zardoz, The Day the ESS, Logans Run. How about Silent Running, Outland, Them, The Day of the Triffids, The Blob (a young Steve McQueen), First Man into Space.

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Did you see "The Thing from Another World"...James Arness played the killer of the title. Saw Zardoz, The Day the ESS, Logans Run. How about Silent Running, Outland, Them, The Day of the Triffids, The Blob (a young Steve McQueen), First Man into Space.

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PS: Not necessarily Sci-Fi (although a lot of it was)...how many of us have seen those old cliffhanger movie serials?
The Triffids, l remember that one from the 60s. Zardoz had a young Sean Connery in it. I think he was still playing James Bond back then also. Lots of time travel stuff out there it was popular for awhile.
Chris Reeve played in Somewhere in Time it was a good one. It had a very sad ending.
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