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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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Complete credited cast:
Todd (as Dan Travanty)
Bill McLean ...
Byron Foulger ...
Pepper Martin
Robert Nash ...
Limo Driver (as Bob Nash)
Art Lewis


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 <>

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One of the earlier sci-fi movies of aliens secreted amongst us in malice.
27 July 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie on TV when I was a lot younger but it impressed me. Mainly because despite the unlikely pairing of Loyd Bridges and Angie Dickinson in a Sci-Fi movie it worked quite well. The plot was complex but while moving quickly enough did not become garbled or incoherent as some movies do when trying to achieve the "unexpected". The partnership between the main characters develops quite naturally although it may seem cliché to some in this day and age. Perhaps much of it's charm for me is that it came before many other similar movies and was in its way a ground breaker in this genre. I would love to see it again but as another commented I have yet to see it on either tape or DVD. Not many resources even list it. The title of lost sci-fi classic is quite appropriate and I feel many sci-fi fans would enjoy it if it were available to them.

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