Gene Barry, Ann Robinson, Lewis Martin, Les Tremayne
Barré Lyndon (Screenplay), Byron Haskin (Director)
Release: Aug. 13th, 1953
Runtime: 1 hour, 25 minutes
The residents of a small town are excited when a flaming meteor lands in the hills, until they discover it is the first of many transport devices from Mars bringing an army of invaders invincible to any man-made weapon, even the atomic bomb.
According to Variety.com, Steven Spielberg is to direct an adaptation of The War of the Worlds, with Tom Cruise as the lead.
I'm expecting major changes to the book, to acccomodate Tom Cruise, if thi...
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George Pal had already made such amazing special effects films as: When Worlds Collide (1950) and Destination Moon (1950), but he topped them all with his cutting edge, technicolor version of The War of the Worlds.