Are you a fan
of vintage SF (film and TV) of the '30's through late '60's?
Would you like to get together with other local fans to watch & discuss your
This was the age of damsels in distress, pocket-change special effects, and
those fabulous rubber monster suits. At the same time, such writers
as Robert Heinlein, C.L. Moore, and Theodore Sturgeon crafted mature and
contemplative screenplays for television and theater audiences. Come watch
the best and worst from this era!
For more information, e-mail:
Gerry Williams (filmist "-at-" mac.com)
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Saturday, November 22, 2014
7:00PM - 11:00PM (approx)
GAMMERA THE INVINCIBLE
(Japan, 1966) 86 minutes
An atomic explosion awakens Gammera--a giant, fire-breathing turtle monster--from his
millions of years of hibernation. Enraged at being roused from such a sound sleep, he takes
it out on Tokyo."
DESTROY ALL PLANETS
a.k.a.: GAMERA VS. VIRAS
(Japan, 1968) 75 minutes
A group of aliens from another planet head for Earth with the intentions of conquering it.
Their first ship is destroyed in transit by the giant flying turtle Gamera. A second ship makes
it to Earth and captures two Boy Scouts and holds them captive so that Gamera will not attack
them. The aliens then implant a remote control device into the monster's neck and use the great
turtle to attack Tokyo.
THE JETSONS: THE GOOD LITTLE SCOUTS
(USA, 1962) 25 minutes
George reluctantly agrees to lead Elroy's scout troop on their camping trip on the moon. He
wasn't too thrilled about it, but since Mr. Spacely's son Arthur is also a scout member, George
jumped at the opportunity to appease his boss. They're not on the moon one hour when George and
Arthur find themselves lost.
San Diego Reader Building
San Diego, CA 92102
Please RSVP to Gerry Williams (filmist "-at-" mac.com)
as seating is limited.
To be announced...