Michael Rennie was ill the day The Earth Stood Still, But he told us where we stand. And Flash Gordon was there in silver underwear, Claude Rains was the Invisible Man. Then something went wrong for Fay Wray and King Kong, they got caught in a celluloid jam. Then at a deadly pace it came from outer space, and this is how the message ran: Science Fiction Double Feature, Dr. X will build a creature. See androids fighting Brad and Janet, Ann Francis stars in Forbidden Planet. Whoa-oh, at the late night Double-Feature Picture Show. I knew Leo G. Carroll was over a barrel, when Tarantula took to the hills. And I really got hot when I saw Janette Scott, Fight a Triffid that spits poison and kills. But when worlds collide said George Pal to his bride, I'm gonna give you some terrible thrills, like a: Science-Fiction Double-Feature, Dr. X will build a creature. See Androids fighting Brad and Janet, Anne Francis stars in Forbidden Planet, Whoa-oh, at the late-night Double-Feature Picture Show. I wanna go, whoa-oh. To the Late-Night Double-Feature Picture Show. By RKO, whoa-oh. At the Late-Night Double-Feature Picture Show. In the Back Row, whoa-oh. At the Late-Night Double-Feature Picture Show.
"The Earth Stood Still" which featured Michael Rennie, "Flash Gordon" which was made in 1936, "The Invisible Man" written by H.G. Wells and starred Claude Rains, "King Kong" which starred Fay Wray, "It Came From Outer Space" which was released in 1953, "Dr.X" was a 1932 movie, "Forbidden Planet" starring Anne Francis and Leslie Nielsen, "Tarantula" featuring Leo G. Carroll, "The Day of the Triffids" with Janette Scott, and "When World Collide" which was produced by George Pal.
Submitted by: Paul Warren
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