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'''SHORT CIRCUIT. John Badham, dir.''' USA: Tri-Star Pictures, 1986. [[Category: Drama]]
 
'''SHORT CIRCUIT. John Badham, dir.''' USA: Tri-Star Pictures, 1986. [[Category: Drama]]
  
E.T. as robot.[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=E.T.:_THE_EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL] See for the hardware: credits indicate that much of the robotic material is really done with (presumably industrial variety) robots. Real robots were used even more in the sequel, SHORT CIRCUIT 2 (q.v.).
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E.T. as robot.[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=E.T.:_THE_EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL] See for the hardware: credits indicate that much of the robotic material is really done with (presumably industrial variety) robots. Real robots were used even more in the sequel, [[SHORT CIRCUIT 2]] (q.v.).
  
 
Note in SHORT CIRCUIT the line "Number Five is alive" and in the sequel the attempted murder of the robot.[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6cDbMLcxQI]
 
Note in SHORT CIRCUIT the line "Number Five is alive" and in the sequel the attempted murder of the robot.[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6cDbMLcxQI]
  
 
[[Category: Drama]]
 
[[Category: Drama]]

Latest revision as of 20:03, 14 September 2021

SHORT CIRCUIT. John Badham, dir. USA: Tri-Star Pictures, 1986.

E.T. as robot.[1] See for the hardware: credits indicate that much of the robotic material is really done with (presumably industrial variety) robots. Real robots were used even more in the sequel, SHORT CIRCUIT 2 (q.v.).

Note in SHORT CIRCUIT the line "Number Five is alive" and in the sequel the attempted murder of the robot.[2]