The Humanoid

Star Wars may have been puerile, but at least it was fun, which is more than can be said for this space cowboys and Indians movie: a tedious compound of everything from Frankenstein (the irradiated mutant monster) to Zen Buddhism (the boy Dalai Lama floats in from Tibet on a glass ashtray), with Darth Vader baddies and a robodog thrown in for good measure. The sets resemble Brent Cross and the spaceships could have come out of a cornflakes packet. 'Nuff said?

Release details

Duration: 100 mins

Cast and crew

Director: George B Lewis Aldo Lado
Screenwriter: Adriano Bolzoni, Aldo Lado
Cast: Massimo Serato
Ivan Rassimov
Corinne Cléry
Arthur Kennedy
Richard Kiel
Leonard Mann
Barbara Bach
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