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Desc:Starring Clint Walker. Predating and unrelated to the real one.
Category:Classic Movies, Short Films
Tags:1970s, killdozer, bulldozer, Theodore Sturgeon, Clint Walker
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:06/10/16
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Comment count is 6
fedex - 2016-06-10
It's too heavy to hang, but it's too big to put in the gas chamber!

Oh you're spinning your wheels!
Caminante Nocturno - 2016-06-10
You know, in about a hundred years, I might get to like you.

Old_Zircon - 2016-06-10
Always 5 for Killdozer, even the band.
Oktay - 2016-06-10
Theodore Sturgeon tag please?
BHWW - 2016-06-10
I'd read the story by Sturgeon before I'd ever heard of the TV-movie. In the original story a small construction crew accidentally breaks open an ancient "temple" releasing “an organized electron-field possessing intelligence and mobility and a will to destroy", or energy creature for a cruder term, a hardy leftover from a war between an ancient pre-human civilization and these "intelligent grouping(s) of tangible electrons", accidently spawned by this civilization's advanced technology and which took over their machines. So of course it possess the "Daisy Etta", the bulldozer used by the crew.
memedumpster - 2016-06-10
Wow, I really had no understanding of the killdozer mythos at all.

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