The Humanoid

Movies, Science fiction
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?

By: FF

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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