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A comic strip adaptation of the film was published in The Walt Disney's Treasury of Classic Tales between April 2, 1972, and June 25, 1972. See more »
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This comical tale is an example of what Saturday matinee movies used to be like. Don't be dismayed if you think this is for science fiction lovers only, it's got some great laughs, fine acting, surprisingly good special effects and a hugely enjoyable story. Great performances from the late Cesar Romero and Joe Flynn. Also notable to see a young Kurt Russell in action. Second feature in a trilogy with the same cast.
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