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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.

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Sci Fi, Alien Beings--Vicious, Alien Beings--Benign, 3-D Flicks, Books to Film: Ray Bradbury
Harry Essex, Ray Bradbury
Richard Carlson, Barbara Rush, Charles Drake, Russell Johnson, Kathleen Hughes
Clifford Stine
Jack Arnold
Henry Mancini, Herman Stein, Irving Gertz
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?