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Bank Holiday Film: 2001: A Space Odyssey

Synopsis

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Stanley Kubrick's epic space adventure starring
Keir Dullea , Gary Lockwood
At the dawn of mankind, a tribe of apes discover a mysterious monolith. Four million years later, a similar object is found on the moon, beaming signals to Jupiter. A nine-month voyage to follow the signals is launched, with two astronauts manning a huge spaceship and three others in a state of hibernation. Out of the range of mission control, the crew is disturbed to discover that Hal, the ship's computer, has a mind of its own....
Screenplay by STANLEY KURRICK and ARTHUR c. CLARKE based on the short story The Sentinel by ARTHUR c CLARKE
Produced and directed by STANLEY KUBRICK

Contributors

Unknown: Keir Dullea
Unknown: Gary Lockwood
Play By: Stanley Kurrick
Unknown: Arthur C. Clarke
Directed By: Stanley Kubrick
David Bowman: Keir Dullea
Frank Poole: Gary Lockwood
Dr Floyd: William Sylvester
Moonwatcher: Daniel Richter
Voice of Hal 9000: Douglas Rain
Smyslov: Leonard Rossiter






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