Two reporters, Tracy and Chuck, get a message from a third one who discovered something about "Futureworld" and was killed before he could tell anyone about it. They visit Futureworld to find out what he knew.Written by
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The working title was "Did NOBODY Learn The Lesson the FIRST Time?", but was axed, as the producers didn't want a movie title phrased as a question. See more »
When Harry and Chuck are at the grate before the big blue doors, Harry is wearing gloves when he grabs the grate bars to take it off. He climbs out in his bare hands then walks to the door with gloves on. See more »
I don't trust you.
But ya like a little bit don't cha? Anyway we're going to be alone together for a week, so what the hell.
I don't like being called socks.
I can't help that. The first time we... well, the first time we were together you had those outrageous red socks on. It took me a week to get over that.
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For its initial television broadcast, an alternate version of the scene towards the end where Chuck Browning extends his middle finger to Dr. Schneider was shot. Instead of extending his middle finger, Browning performs a sanitized "Italian elbow gesture", where the right hand is placed in the elbow crook of the left arm, then the left arm is raised (fist clenched) in a smooth and continuous motion. See more »
Not as good as the original, but still interesting
Futureworld is the sequel to 1973's Westworld. It differed from the first movie in that while Westworld could be genuinely scary, with the gunslinger marching down on everyone, (Almost like an early seventies Terminator) this movie is more like a detetctive story, as Peter Fonda and Blythe Danner try to figure out what sinister things are going on in Futureworld.
Peter Fonda was acceptable, but Blythe Danner's scratchy voice begins to grate on your nerves after a while. Yul Brynner does show up briefly, but in a contrived appearance.
This movies is mainly notable as one of the very first to use computer animation, albeit on a scale that seems laughable compared to today's movies. Worthwhile to see on cable, but don't go out of your way.
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