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Many readers are no doubt familiar with Forbidden Planet, the documentary film about the Krell civilization, which came to an unfortunate end just at the launch of what could have been their biggest…

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Howard Fisher's matte with a number of backlit coloured gel gags and animation - all composited as a tilt down shot. ---always thought I 'd want to walk around and explore that place, fiction though it is.

Forbidden Planet released 1956 with Walter Pidgeon, Leslie Nielsen, Anne Francis directed by Fred M Wilcox. One of the greatest science fiction movies of all time! It's still a masterpiece.

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A movie which one can forgive for stilted acting/script with a stunning soundtrack and impressive sets- lovely!

"Do Robots Rule the Galaxy?" - great article on Singularity implications for Astronomy!! RE drones currently used in war, and the recent surge in humanoid robots (at last!) such as one used by the military that can now run 18mph: "By 2030, the computer brains inside such machines will be a million times more powerful than today's microprocessors. At what threshold will super-intelligent machines see humans as an annoyance, or competitor for resources?" -ma

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Robby the Robot from Forbidden Planet, with Lt. “Doc” Ostrow (Warren Stevens) and Cmdr.

Forbidden Planet.

Leslie Nielsen and Warren Stevens in Forbidden Planet

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Forbidden Planet is a 1956 science fiction film directed by Fred M. Wilcox, with a screenplay by Cyril Hume. It stars Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, and Leslie Nielsen.