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The Day the Earth Stood Still

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The Day the Earth Stood Still

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Klaatu Barada Nikto! Since its first on-screen utterance in 1951, countless T-shirts and bumper stickers have been circulated around the nerd community bearing the phrase. The funny part is that no one really knows what it means. What we do know, though, is that it comes from The Day the Earth Stood Still, a classic sci-fi movie about the Cold War ... or alien invasion, one of the two.

Insert Coin(s) to Continue is back to guide you through this cinematic gem, so buckle down and get ready for some EXTREME and at times INTENSE 1950s standing still! More fun than you could freeze in a block of KL93!

*NOTE: This is for the refreshingly Keanu Reeves-free 1951 version of the film and not the 2008 remake of the same name.

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