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The Love War (1970)

TV Movie  |   |  Sci-Fi  |  10 March 1970 (USA)
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Aliens from two planets at war come to Earth, assume human form and continue their battle.

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Two different alien races are at war. Representatives of each race have landed on Earth to battle it out here, but they're being sneaky about it: They've taken human form and they can only spot other aliens through the use of special glasses. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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Excellent TV Movie!
12 April 2010 | by (Tucson, AZ.) – See all my reviews

...there aren't many "Made For TV" movies that stand out . . . But, This One Does!!! My earliest memory of this TV movie was back when it was shown on the ABC TV Network Show "Tuesday Movie Of The Week" (I saw it in Black & White, It IS in Color) in 1970. This is a story of aliens from two different planets to wage war against each other . . and staying oblivious to earthlings on what's going on with each other. In my opinion, this movie reminds me of the TV show "The Invaders" (also a show on ABC) but, with a different twist & story line. Lloyd Bridges (Remember Sea Hunt?), Angie Dickensen (Police Woman) & Daniel J. Travanti (Hill St. Blues) star in this movie. As a collector of movies from my past, I have yet to see this title available on either VHS, BETA, LASERDISC, or DVD. This title is also very hard to catch on Cable or anywhere else. If you're one of the lucky ones to watch it, This TV Movie is Excellent Entertainment!! Enjoy.


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