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Folks, I’m plumb hooked on coming up with these TOtP posts and seeing the great replies you guys are adding! Cool
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Thinking Outside the "Plot"!
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As always, the links to each movie below will take you to the pages of the threads that have my TOtP posts. I can hardly wait to see what you guys will say about them. Very Happy

Especially the one that has an alien-possessed John Agar trying to have sex with the luscious Joyce Meadows . . . on patio deck chair! Shocked



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If you like movies about amorous aliens with sexual urges —

— press this button and watch Joan Blackman shatter Kreton’s force field!

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The Brain From Planet Arous (1957)

~ A Question for the Members: Why did Vol choose to inhabit a German shepherd to accomplish his mission by defeating Gor?

The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)

~ A Question for the Members: Could Fantastic Voyage be considered a sequel to The Incredible Shrinking Man because the same scientific principal caused the reduction in size during both events?

First Spaceship on Venus (1960)

~ A Question for the Members: Would mankind risk the dangers of Venus and its high radiation to learn how the huge complex they discovered was able to convert energy into matter and reverse the gravity of the planet?

Also, could there be remnants of the Venusian civilization in the form of intact databases and libraries which mankind could retrieve and learn from?

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