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The day the earth stood still aka farewell to the master and journey to the world is a 1951 american black and white science fiction film released by 20th century fox and produced by julian blausteindirected by robert wise it stars michael rennie patricia neal billy gray hugh marlowe and sam jaffethe screenplay was written by edmund h north based on the 1940 science fiction short . The little chapel that stood a b curtiss on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers beautifully illustrated book tells of the historic chapel less than 100 yards from the twin towers that miraculously survived on 9 11 firemen hung their shoes on the fence and raced to help the people in the towers oh what gallant men did we lose who never came back to get their shoes. A remake of the 1951 classic science fiction film about an alien visitor and his giant robot counterpart who visit earth. An alien lands and tells the people of earth that they must live peacefully or be destroyed as a danger to other planets. 1951s the day the earth stood still is still considered one of the finest sci fi films ever produced and those who have seen it can usually recount some of the dialogue especially what patricia neal says to gort
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