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Alex Cox introduces another in the season of classic cult movies. Tonight
THX 1138 starring
Robert Duvall
Donald Pleasence.
It is the 25th century. In a computer-controlled subterranean world, men and women are reduced by drugs to soulless automatons who have neither political sense nor sexual desire. But THX
1138 and his specially-selected mate LUH 3417 have been skipping their regular drug intake and are beginning to develop feelings towards each other....
This first film by George Lucas , later to find fame and success with Star Wars, was also the first production of Francis Ford Coppola 's Zoetrope company.
Produced by LAWRENCE STURHANN Directed by GEORGE LUCAS Television presentation by NICK JONES
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Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Robert Duvall
Unknown: Donald Pleasence.
Unknown: George Lucas
Unknown: Francis Ford Coppola
Unknown: George Lucas
Unknown: Walter Murch
Produced By: Lawrence Sturhann
Directed By: George Lucas
THX 1138: Robert Duvall
SEN 5241: Donald Pleasence
SRT: Don Pedro Colley
LUH 3417: Maggie McOmie
PTO: Ian Wolfe
TWA: Marshall Efron
NCH: Sid Haig
DWY: John Pearce
IMM: Irene Forrest
ELC: Claudette Blessing
Chrome robots: Johnny Weissmuller Jr
Chrome robots: Robert Feero

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