Lucas, George,, Pleasence, Donald.Duvall, Robert. (Eds.) (1991) THX 1138Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video,MLA Citation
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THX 1138 [videorecording] /
Warner Bros. Inc.
|Names:||Lucas, George, | Pleasence, Donald. | Duvall, Robert.|
|Published:||Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, 1991.|
|Topics:||Science fiction films. | Feature films.|
|Physical Description:||1 videocassette (86 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
|More about this Title:||Title on videocassette label and container: THX-1138
|Summary:||In the 25th century high-tech computerized world where men and women work in a drug-soothed stupor with no names, identities, hardships and memories of the birthrights they have foresaken, two workers pass up their daily drug requirements and experience sexual desire. They begin to feel, want and think and the machines close in to stop them. Notable as George Lucas' first film.
|Performer:||Donald Pleasence, Robert Duvall.
|Target Audience:||Rated PG.
|Notes:||Videocassette release of the 1971 motion picture.
Based on a story by George Lucas.
Lucas, George, 1944-
Warner Home Video.