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This was yet another big screen outing for a US TV show from the sixties It is amusing enough but was very much to formula. Intelligent Martian lands on Earth and meets the not too bright humans, in his view.
The usual wackiness ensues with the human, Bridges, eventually bonds with him and helps him to get home. Along the way he also gets the girl, Hannah.
This is a nice outing for some pleasant Hollywood stars who I had not seen for a while.
Pleasant enough to pass some spare time if you have not got anything better to view.
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