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Cyborg 2087 (1966)

Earth's civilization of the future sends a cyborg back to the 1960s to change the future.

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Garth A7
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Dr. Sharon Mason
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Sheriff
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Dr. Carl Zellar
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Prof. Sigmund Marx
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Jay C
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Deputy Dan
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Uncle Pete
Tyler MacDuff ...
Sam Gilmore
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James Hibbard ...
Rick (as Jimmy Hibbard)
Sherry Alberoni ...
Laura Zellar
Betty Jane Royale ...
Jill
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In the future world of the year 2087, freedom of thought is illegal and the thoughts of the world's populations are controlled by the government. A small band of "free thinkers" send a cyborg back in time to the year 1966 to prevent a scientist from making the breakthrough that will eventually lead to the mass thought control of the future. Our time traveler soon discovers he is not alone when government agents from the future try to prevent him from carrying out his mission. Written by Kevin Steinhauer <K.Steinhauer@BoM.GOV.AU>

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Half Human... Half Machine! Programmed to Kill! See more »


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October 1966 (USA)  »

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The film takes place in 1966 and 2087. See more »

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Before Garth A7's (Michael Rennie) time capsule appears in 1966, the grass in the distance is in bright sunlight and the foreground is in the dark shadow of a tree. An "instant" later, when the capsule appears, the tree shadow is gone and the entire scene is clearly overcast, showing that a significant portion of the day has actually passed. See more »

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just can't see the ending
14 August 2003 | by (vancouver) – See all my reviews

funny thing this movie.

it repeats on the space channel a lot, along with another fine b scifi flick "project x", but the funny thing is, whenever it's on, i always fall asleep by the time they have that lame chase on the rooftop of the power plant. that's 3 times now this year i've missed the ending.

whatever.

how james cameron got away with ripping this thing off is beyond me. but then again, maybe a lot of people removed it from their resumes.


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