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Science Fiction Films of the Sixties
   

Sixties Science Fiction Films

Science Fiction Films of the Sixties    1960      1961      1962      1963      1964      1965      1966      1967      1968      1969

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Captain Nemo And The Underwater City
MGM / Omnia
James Hill

Robert Ryan, Chuck Connors, Bill Fraser, Kenneth Connor, Nanette Newman
Luciana Paluzzi

Captain Nemo tries to save his underwater city, Templemere, from the ravages of the giant sea monster Mobula with the help or hindrance of six survivors picked up from an Atlantic shipwreck.

 

 

Invasion Of The Body Stealers
(Out Of Thin Air) (The Body Stealers) (Galaxy Horror)
Tigon
Gerry Levy

George Sanders, Maurice Evans, Patrick Allen, Hilary Dwyer, Lorna Wilde
Allan Cuthbertson, Neil Connery

NATO investigates when parachutists training for space missions start disappearing in mid-air and uncover an alien plot to steal earthling bodies.
The Last Man
(Le Dernier Homme)

Anouchka Films / Dovidis
Charles Bitsch


Sofia Torkeli, Corinne Brill, Jean-Claude Bouillon, Christian Cerland


Based on a French science fantasy novel written by Jean-Baptiste Cousin de Grainville, it was published in 1805 and was the first SF story to examine the end of the world. A pot-holer, his wife and a female friend emerge from a caving expedition to discover that they are the only people left alive on Earth after an atomic apocalypse. The man seduces the girl and his pregnant wife runs away from them, to return later only to find that they are now both dying from radiation exposure.

 

The Mad Doctor Of Blood Island
(Tomb Of The Living Dead)

Westland / Hemisphere
Gerardo de Leon

John Ashley, Angelique Pettyjohn, Ronald Remy, Alicia Alonzo, Ronaldo Valdez, Tita Muñoz
Tony Edmunds, Alfonso Carvajal, Bruno Punzalan, Edward D. Murphy

Second film in the 'Blood Island' trilogy. Visitors to an island in the Pacific come across a scientist searching for the secret of eternal life who has created a vegetable-based monster. Brussels with muscles. Lots of topless native girls again. For those who don't already know, Angelique is the girl in the Star Trek episode 'The Gamesters of Triskelion' with the silver costume.

Brasil Ano 2000
Mapa Film
Walter Lima Jr.


Anecy Rocha, Ênio Gonçalves, Hélio Fernando, Iracema de Alencar, Zbigniew Ziembinski
Manfredo Colassanti, Arduíno Colassanti, Rodolfo Arena, Jackson De Souza
Aizita Nascimento, Raul Cortez, Afonso Stuart, Alberto Prado

It is the year after World War lll and the film follows the odyssey of a girl and her mother as they explore a devastated Brazil.

 
Change Of Mind
Sagittarius
Robert Stevens


Raymond St.Jacques, Susan Oliver, Janet MacLachlan, Leslie Nielsen, Donnelly Rhodes
David Bailey

A white District Attorney's mind is saved by transplanting his brain into the body of a dead black man. Not surprisingly, he is rejected by the wives of both men and further problems arise when his first case after the operation is an inter-racial murder.

The Bed Sitting-Room
United Artists / Oscar Lewenstein
Richard Lester

Rita Tushingham, Ralph Richardson, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Spike Milligan
Michael Hordern, Roy Kinnear, Richard Warwick, Arthur Lowe, Mona Washbourne
Ronald Fraser, Dandy Nichols, Frank Thornton, Harry Secombe, Jimmy Edwards
Henry Woolf, Jack Shepherd, Marty Feldman, Bill Wallis, Gordon Rollings, Ronnie Brody
Cecil Cheng, Edward Malin, Chris Konyils

Black comedy examining the social disorder in the aftermath of World War III. Surrealism takes over as the survivors turn into parakeets, cupboards and bed sitting-rooms.


 
The Vengeance Of The Vampire Women
(Santo En La Venganza De Las Mujeres Vampiro)
(La Venganza De Las Mujeres Vampiro)

Peliculas Latino Americanas / Cinematografica Flama
Federico Curiel


Santo, Aldo Monti, Norma Lazareno, Gina Romand, Victor Junco, Patricia Ferrer
Carlos Suarez, Alfonso Munguia, Yolanda Ponce, Fernando Oses

A female vampire and her army of blood suckers have it in for our masked wrestling hero Santo who, it is alleged, is the descendant of the man who slew her ancestors in 17th century Transylvania. Small world, ain't it!
Caution - mixed wrestling and go-go dancing - adult viewers only! YouTube
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
Walt Disney
Robert Butler


Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero, Joe Flynn, William Schallert, Alan Hewitt, Debbie Payne

Released December 31st 1969. A college student somehow manages to transfer the entire contents of a racketeer's computer into his own brain.
 

When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth
Warner / Hammer
Val Guest

Victoria Vetri, Patrick Allen, Robin Hawdon, Patrick Holt, Imogen Hassall

A sort of a sequel to 'One Million Years B.C. (1966) where a prehistoric girl is picked up by a cyclone and carried out to sea, to be saved and adopted by a dinosaur.   Also see Hammer Films

Gladiatorerna
(The Peace Game) (The Gladiators)

Sandrews
Peter Watkins


Arthur Pentelow, Frederick Danner, Kenneth Lo, Bjorn Franzen, Hans Bendrik, Tim Yum

A film set in a not too distant future in which war has become obsolete and countries settle their differences in gladiatorial competitions known as 'The Peace Games'. A sort of early 'Rollerball'.

 
The Man Who Thought Life
(Manden Der Taenkte Ting)
ASA Film
Jens Ravn


Preben Neergaard, John Price, Lotte Tarp

A man discovers that, by concentrating, he can create things through the sheer power of his mind. He aims to create a person but, when he is refused help from a surgeon, 'thinks' a doppelganger of him into existence which slowly takes over the real person.
The Love Bug
Walt Disney
Robert Stevenson


Dean Jones, Michele Lee, David Tomlinson, Buddy Hackett, Joe Flynn, Benson Fong

An unsuccessful stock car driver buys a beat-up Volkswagen Beetle which his girlfriend discovers to have magical powers and a mind of its own. First of a series of films starring the car 'Herbie'.
 

The Forbin Project
(Colossus: The Forbin Project) (The Day The World Changed Hands)
Based on D.F.Jones's 'Colossus'
Universal
Joseph Sargent

Eric Braeden, Gordon Pinsent, Susan Clark, William Schallert

Russian and American supercomputers jointly attain consciousness and join forces to take over the world.





On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Based on the book by Ian Fleming
Eon Productions / United Artists
Peter Hunt


George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Virginia North, Lois Maxwell, Telly Savalas, Ilse Steppat
Gabriele Ferzetti, Yuri Borienko, Bernard Lee, Ingrid Black, Bernard Horsfall, George Baker, Desmond Llewelyn, Angela Scoular, Catherine Von Schell, Dani Sheridan, Julie Ege
Zara S. Henriques, Mona Chong, Anoushka Hempel, Joanna Lumley, Elliott Sullivan
Helena Ronee, Geoffrey Cheshire, Irvin Allen, Terry Mountain, James Bree, Virginia North
Brian Worth, Norman McGlen, Dudley Jones, Jenny Hanley, John Crewdson, Josef Vasa
Les Crawford, George Cooper, Reg Harding, Richard Graydon, Bill Morgan, Bessie Love
Steve Plytas, Robert Rietty

After being passed over for an assignment 007 hands his notice in, but agrees to think it over on holiday. Instead, he takes it on himself to locate and eliminate his old adversary Ernst Stavro Blofeld, catching up with him in a secret SPECTRE hideout in the Alps. SPECTRE have trained and despatched a team of (as usual drop-dead gorgeous) girls world-wide who are each carrying a deadly virus with the usual intention of global blackmail. Having wrecked his plans but seeing him escape yet again, Bond decides to get married to the heroine, Tracy, but their happiness are short-lived as Blofeld extracts his fatal revenge on the newly-weds.
Also see Bond Films


 

Moon Zero Two
Hammer
Roy Ward Baker

James Olson, Catherina von Schell, Adrienne Corri, Warren Mitchell, Dudley Foster, Ori Levy

The lunar version of a western frontier town in the year 2021, complete with gunslingers, where the baddies are trying to gain control.

 
Some Girls Do
Ashdown Film Productions
Ralph Thomas


Richard Johnson, Daliah Lavi, Beba Loncar, James Villiers, Sydne Rome, Robert Morley

Bulldog Drummond finds himself up against Carl Peterson, an old enemy, who plans to destroy the country's latest experimental supersonic aircraft. The film is brightened up by a bevy of beauties who, unfortunately for him, are trying to kill off our hero. I suppose this could be construed as a James Bond take-off in style although it is loosely based on a series of stories and is a sequel to the 1967 film 'Deadlier Than The Male'.

Doppelganger
(Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun)
Universal / Century 21 Productions
Robert Parrish

Roy Thinnes, Ian Hendry, Herbert Lom, Patrick Wymark, Lynn Loring, George Sewell
Ed Bishop

An astronaut on a Eurosec space expedition to a new planet discovered in a reciprocal orbit on the far side of the sun encounters an exact mirror image of Earth. His double returns in his place. Enjoyable film with a very 'television' feel due to it's casting and production connections with the 'UFO' series.   Also see Gerry Anderson Productions and U.F.O.

 

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes
TCF / Apjac
Ted Post

James Franciscus, Charlton Heston, Linda Harrison, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans
Paul Richards

First of many, many sequels to the original 1967 film 'Planet Of The Apes'.
Another spacecraft crashes on the planet ruled by apes, carrying astronaut Brent (Franciscus) who has been sent to find and rescue Taylor (Heston). He gains information from the ape village that Taylor has escaped from which leads him into the forbidden zone and an underground fortress guarded by telepathic humans.

The Mighty Gorga
American General Pictures
David L. Hewitt

Gary Kent, Scott Brady, Greydon Clark, Anthony Eisley, Bruce Kimball, Sheldon Lee
Lee Parrish, Kent Taylor, Megan Timothy

Remember King Kong? Well, welcome back. The owner of a circus hires a female guide to take him into the jungle where he plans to capture a giant gorilla to star in his show. They never learn . . .

 

Stereo
Emergent Films
David Cronenberg

Ronald Mlodzik, Iain Ewing, Jack Messinger, Clara Mayer, Paul Mulholland, Arlene Mlodzik
Glenn McCauley, David Cronenberg

Seven people volunteer to take part in an experiment to alter their brains and increase their telepathic abilities. Further experiments, involving aphrodisiacs and other drugs, result in two suicides. A happy little film . . .

 

Dracula vs Frankenstein
(Assignment Terror)
Producciones Jaime Prades / Intnl Jaguar Cinematografica
Eichberg-Film

Tulio Demicheli and Hugo Fregonese

Michael Rennie, Karin Dor, Jacinto Molina, Patty Shepard, Angel del Pozo, Peter Damon
Manuel de Blas, Diana Sorel, Ferdinando Murolo, Helga Geissler, Ella Gessler, Craig Hill
Fadja Nicol, Gene Reyes

Aliens from a dying world come to Earth and plan to conquer the planet by using mankind's own superstitious fear against itself. Two dead scientists are brought back to life and made to use their knowledge to re-create Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy. A werewolf is also created but he turns out to be a 'good guty' and helps the jelly-kneed earthlings to thwart the aliens' intentions. Not even a 'B' movie . . .    You Tube

 

The Seed Of Man
(Il Seme Dell'Uomo)
Polifilm
Marco Ferreri

Marco Margine, Anne Wiazemsky, Annie Girardot, Rada Rassimov, Milvia Frosini
Maria Teresa Piaggio, Angela Pagano, Adriano Apra, Vittorio Armentano, Sergio Giussani
Mario Bagnato, Luciano Odorisio

Set in the devastation after World War III, humankind is on the verge of dying out. In a small seaside settlement a young man tries to persuade his woman to have a child, but she refuses to bring a baby into the terrible post-nuclear world. He turns his attentions to another female arrival who is more amenable, but becomes the victim of jealousy when the first woman kills her and serves her up to him for dinner. Back where he started, the man takes more desperate measures to father a child.

Zeta One
(The Love Factor) (Alien Women)
Sinister Cinema
Michael Cort

James Robertson Justice, Charles Hawtrey, Robin Hawdon, Dawn Addams, Valerie Leon
Lionel Murton, Yutte Stensgaard, Carol Hawkins, Angie Grant, Juliet Adams, Gillian Aldam
Rita Webb

British-made comedy sci-fi film in which a race of topless, large-breasted women from the planet Angvia, in another dimension, come to earth to kidnap women to repopulate their planet. Their plans thwarted by a fearless secret agent who probably can't believe his luck at landing this case! Impressive cast list despite its paltry £60,000 budget.

 

The Curious Female
(Curious Females)
Fanfare Films
Paul Rapp

Angelique Pettyjohn, Charlene Jones, Bunny Allister, David Westberg, Julie Conners
Michael Greer, Elaine Edwards, Carol-Jean Thompson, Sebastian Brook, Joshua Bryant
David Buchanan, Mildred Harrison

In the future of 2177 the only entertainment allowed to humans in the computer-controlled world of 2177 is the viewing of erotic videos. Not much evolution there then . . . Trouble begins when people begin watching a film about three students who stand against loveless lovemaking. Anyone caught viewing the film is arrested - the same should apply to this film!

Marooned
(Space Travellers)
Based on a novel by Martin Cardin
Columbia / Frankovich-Sturges
John Sturgess

David Janssen, Richard Crenna, James Franciscus, Gene Hackman, Gregory Peck
Lee Grant, Nancy Kovack, Mariette Hartley

Spacecraft Ironman One is stranded in orbit when its retro rockets fail.
Help is at hand, but they are Russian . . .
 
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