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The Late Film: Phase IV

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The science-fiction film starring
Nigel Davenport Lynn Frederick
When a remote desert community becomes threatened by marauding ants Dr Hubbs and his cynical assistant Lesko try desperately to discover the cause. As their mission progresses they realise that the forces they are up against are of such seemingly limitless intelligence and numbers that man's dominance on the earth is menaced.
Designer Saul Bass , in his first film as director, creates a terrifying vision of a world at the mercy of creatures determined to control society.
Screenplay by MAYO SIMON Produced by PAUL RADIN Directed by SAUL BASS
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Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Davenport
Unknown: Lynn Frederick
Designer: Saul Bass
Play By: Mayo Simon
Produced By: Paul Radin
Directed By: Saul Bass
Ernest Hubbs: Nigel Davenport
Kendra: Lynn Frederick
James Lesko: Michael Murphy
Mr Eldridge: Alan Gifford
Mrs Eldridge: Helen Horton
Clete: Robert Henderson

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The Late Film: Phase IV

BBC One London, 10 May 1986 23.35






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