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Aliens take on the form of local humans to repair their spacecraft in a small Arizona town. Good performances and outstanding direction add up to a fine science fiction film. Based on the story "The Meteor" by Ray Bradbury, who also wrote the script. Originally filmed in 3-D.

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Available on Running time 81 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Sci Fi, Alien Beings--Vicious, Alien Beings--Benign, 3-D Flicks, Books to Film: Ray Bradbury
Screenplay
Harry Essex, Ray Bradbury
Cast
Richard Carlson, Barbara Rush, Charles Drake, Russell Johnson, Kathleen Hughes
Cinematography
Clifford Stine
Director
Jack Arnold
Music
Henry Mancini, Herman Stein, Irving Gertz
Producer
U-I, William Alland, Mark Huffam, MCA Home Video

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It Came from Outer Space
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The 3-D film, It Came from Outer Space, released in 1953. The movie has a run time of 81 minutes. It Came from Outer Space was such a good movie that it won a Golden Globe. Local townspeople start acting strange when an outer space spaceship crashes in the Arizona desert. Some people start disappearing and then return in a strange state of mind. Soon, a few people start to question what’s really going on. Are aliens at fault?