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"My name is Dylan Hunt. My story begins the day on which I died." Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, brings fans another enthralling tale of the future. Set in a time between now and the era of the starship Enterprise, Genesis II follows Hunt (Alex Cord), who awakes after 154 years of suspended animation into a post-apocalyptic world that's torn between the peace-loving citizens of Pax and the militaristic, mutant Tyranians. Both want Hunt to join their cause. But the Tyranians have two cruel weapons to persuade Hunt: a device of torture called a stim. And an alluring mutant (Mariette Hartley) with two navels...and one ice-cold heart.
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Never forget this was the early 70's, so it's actually not bad. You can tell this was a pilot for a series. It's fun to pull this one out of the heap and watch it occasionally. Read morePublished 1 day ago by DAVID J MERRITT
Great 1970 SciFi file a must for any Star Trek or Logan's Run fan.Published 10 days ago by Egypt Seven
Great premis liked it when I was a kid but it's pretty lame nowPublished 13 days ago by Atomicleather
I remembered liking this movie when I was younger, but my memories were obviously cloudy. It looks like cheap made for TV instead of being a sci fi cult classic. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Janice Hughes
B movie Sci Fi - cna tell it is same director as Early Star Trek. Very much like an original Star Trek Episode.Published 1 month ago by P. L. Watkins
another oldie but goodie trip down memory lane. This pilot was an attempt by Gene Roddenberry to launch another a 'Star Trek' like science fiction action series that aired back in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kurt
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The movie was called "The World, the Flesh and the Devil." I have a copy on DVD so I know it exists. Good luck.
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