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What on Earth

Canada, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme H)

Director: Les Drew, Kaj Pindal

The title says this is a production of the National Film Board of Mars, and the film shows what Martians, looking at us. might logically guess to be the case — that the auto has inherited the earth.

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