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The Body Stealers

The Body Stealers
File:The Body Stealers Poster.jpg
Teatralical release poster
Directed by Gerry Levy
Produced by Tony Tenser
Written by Michael St. Clair
Gerry Levy
Starring George Sanders
Maurice Evans
Patrick Allen
Music by Reg Tilsey
Cinematography John Coquillon
Editing by Howard Lanning
Running time 91 mins
Country United Kingdom

The Body Stealers is a 1969 British science fiction film directed by Gerry Levy, about the disappearance of British military paratroopers in mid-air whilst on a routine jump. Two investigators try to figure out what happened and uncover an alien plot to steal bodies of earthlings by snatching them out of the air.[1]

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Trivia

The Alien spacecraft is the dalek saucer from the move - Daleks Invasion Earth:2150AD

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Internet Movie Database


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