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Forbidden Planet
March 08, 2019

The movie that inspired Spock to fight the Ego Monster William Shatner.


MOVIE DETAILS:
Title: Forbidden Planet
Rating: G
Running Time: 98 mins
Release Date: March 3, 1956
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Writer(s): Cyril Hume
Starring: Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen
Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

SHOW NOTES:
Moviegoers eager to join Captain Marvel in space this March are first encouraged to blast off to a Forbidden Planet. Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie are heading back in time to explore a highly influential science fiction classic. Will the hosts be over the moon for this Freudian take on future peril as Leslie Nielsen - trading his “Naked Gun” for a laser ray - fights off an invisible Id Monster? And does Robbie The Robot come off as C-3PO’s cool older brother, or the prototype for the Terminator? Enlist to become a Now Playing Patron and find out!

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