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The Thing from Another World

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The scene is a distant Arctic research station, where a UFO has crashed. The investigating scientists discover that the circular craft has melted its way into the ice, which has frozen up again. Read More
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Nikki Nicholson
Capt. Patrick Hendry
Dr. Arthur Carrington
Ned "Scotty" Scott
"The Thing"
Lt. MacPherson (Erickson)
Corporal Barnes
Dr. Stern
Mrs. Chapman
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