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The Love War
The Love War.jpg
Directed byGeorge McCowan
Produced byAaron Spelling
Written byDavid Kidd
Guerdon Trueblood
StarringLloyd Bridges
Angie Dickinson
Release date
  • March 10, 1970 (1970-03-10)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Love War (1970) is a science fiction ABC Movie of the Week starring Lloyd Bridges as an alien warrior and Angie Dickinson as the woman he befriends.[1]

It was originally advertised and broadcast under the title The Sixth Column.

Plot

Two warring planets choose to settle their conflict over which of them will take over the planet Earth, each sending a trio of soldiers to Earth to fight to the death. The combatants, disguised as human beings, can only identify each other by using special visors.

Kyle, one of the combatants, falls in love with Sandy, a woman he meets during his stay in a small town. In the end, despite cheating by the other side, Kyle is the sole survivor. But before he can signal his people he has won, Sandy shoots him with one of the alien weapons. A dying Kyle then learns that Sandy is also an alien; the other side has cheated twice. She chose duty to her people over her love for him. Weeping as she watches him die, she asks him what their half-breed children would have been. The film's closing shot shows Sandy through the visor as she really is: a hideously scarred humanoid. The Earth faces an orgy of destruction and the extermination of humanity.

The setting is north-central California, as the final show-down is held in a small town described as being near the city of Fresno. (Much of the action was filmed in and around the town of Piru near Los Angeles.)

Cast

Home media

It was released on VHS in the United Kingdom by Guild Home Video.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Television This Week New York Times 30 Aug 1970: 83.
  2. ^ "The Love War". classicscifi.blogspot.ca. April 10, 2012. Retrieved April 24, 2013.

External links

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