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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta: The Big Fat Book Of Sci-Fi Films Of The 1950s

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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta: The Big Fat Book Of Sci-Fi Films Of The 1950s
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Number of pages: 1093

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The book is intended as a salute to the pioneering work of science fiction film makers. The book features science fiction film classics from the 1950s and consists of 12 volumes, each featuring particular films consisting of a different theme, genre or aspect of that decade's science fiction film offerings.

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