The time is the tomorrow after tomorrow and mankind has now populated the Moon where vast domed cities have been built on what was once a wasteland. But when the power-mad Emperor Omus (Oscar winner Jack Palance of CITY SLICKERS) attacks the lunar colony of New Washington, a team of scientists led by Dr. John Caball (Barry Morse of SPACE: 1999) launches a dangerous mission to destroy the dictator and his robot army. Can three daring space jockeys and one renegade robot save their universe from the dark forces of intergalactic evil?
Echoes from the first movie as Jim (Ralph Waite) tries to convince Chris (Lee Van Cleef, in the former Yul Brynner persona) to help save a poor Mexican village in The Magnificent Seven Ride, 1972.
Arrila (Mariette Hartley) is the young wife of ex-outlaw sheriff Chris (Lee Van Cleef) who doesn't want to hear her pleas for mercy for a young convict (Ed Lauter) in The Magnificent Seven Ride, 1972.
Elmer Bernstein at work with what was by then the Marlboro theme, in the opening credits for the last sequel, The Magnificent Seven Ride, 1972, starring Lee Van Cleef and Stefanie Powers.
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A revenge-of-nature film in which thousands of swamp critters attack a wheelchair-bound, Deep South plantation owner and his family on his birthday...probably because he's been destroying the bayou wildlife and now they're on the warpath to destroy him.
The time is the tomorrow after tomorrow and mankind has now populated the Moon where vast domed cities have been built on what was once a wasteland.
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