Quatermass: Five Million Years to Earth (Quatermass and the Pit)

Page Created:  10/05/10.  Last Updated:  10/05/10.  Last Google Group Page Update:  01/21/09.

 

 

Video Screened:

 

04/16/00..........Special Activity  (Television Serial Version)

04/12/00..........That's Science Fiction!  (Movie Version)

 

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LINKS:

 

Internet Movie Data Base Entry (as Quatermass and the Pit):  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062168/

Quatermass and the Pit Movie Trailer on YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GENNf_zO5_0

Wikipedia Entry (as Quatermass and the Pit):  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quatermass_and_the_Pit_(film)

  

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Newsletter Account (04/12/00)

 

The following account is reprinted with permission from  THE STARSHIP EXPRESS  Copyright 2000  Philip J De Parto:

 

FIVE MILLION YEARS TO EARTH was he video screened at the Wednesday, April 12, 2000 gathering of That's Science Fiction! held at Borders in Paramus, New Jersey.  Club members Bruce Bergman, Philip De Parto, Chris Hasselkus, Steve Herr, Kathy Holusha, Maia Lynda Leibowitz, Michael Piazza, Robert Savoye, Steve Spinosa, Pamela Webber, Barry Weinberger, and Taras Wolansky were joined by newcomer Steve Bauer.  Everyone except Bruce and Kathy made it out to the Suburban Diner.

 

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Newsletter Account (04/16/00):

 

The following account is reprinted with permission from  THE STARSHIP EXPRESS  Copyright 2000  Philip J De Parto:

 

The Special Activity Group met at the home of Pamela Webber and Philip De Parto on Sunday, April 16, 2000 to watch QUATERMASS AND THE PIT.  This was the original 1958 TV series episodes which were reshot ten years later by Hammer and released as FIVE MILLION YEARS TO EARTH.  The audience was composed of S F A B Cers Nancy Denker, Philip De Parto, Charles Garofalo, Chris Hasselkus, Steve Herr, Jim Spinosa, Steve Spinosa, Chris Ward and Pamela Webber.  The group's consensus was that the original was the better production.

 

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