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Saturn 3

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"Two researchers, involved both romantically and professionally, are conducting experiments on a space colony. When a nefarious third party arrives, disrupting their lives, he creates a robot named Hector, who falls in love with the female scientist and proceeds to embark on a murderous rampage when she rejects him. Hell hath no fury like a robot scorned!"


"Undoutbably Hector was one of the most hideous and intriging robots ever to hit the big screen. Simply put, the tiny little binocular head and intense stare contrasted by the robots large imposing ecto-skeletal body mapped with vascular-like hydralics created one of creepiest yet sophisicated looking robots to date. Even the Black Hole's Maximillian with it's expressive light bar pales in comparison to the unnerving and eerie presence of Hector."


"While this is no "Gone with the Wind", for myself, it is a movie which helped me prepare for "life in the city". I first saw SNF shortly after my graduation from a small town college and anticipated that it would be a light bit of fun but nothing very substantial - simply entertaining.

However, from the moment the movie started I was so caught up in the imagery, the raw passion and sexuality and humanity that I could almost feel the heat of the dance floor and the sweat of the bodies in motion. The sheer grit and the tensions of the interactions drew me into a world of life in "The City" at that time.

At the end of the movie, I sat through the credits and slowly relaxed and came "back to earth" for this was a world completely foreign to a country boy like myself. But it was the world I would soon be facing as I had been offered a job in NYC. I had, through experiencing SNF, dropped my "fairy tale" images of the "Big Apple" and knew in addition to the opportunities there would be challenges I never expected."

--Ken E



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Director: Stanley Donen

Stars: Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas, Harvey Keitel, Ed Bishop, Douglas Lambert

Released: February 15, 1980

Availability: DVD VHS

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