“Purple Planet Mars” (1952) is undoubtedly the most effective (or one of many worst: in any case it’s not a midway level) films in regards to the intrigues that preceded the Bolshevik revolution. The movie narrates with realism the invasion of our planet by some Martians who’re pressured to make an emergency touchdown because of the drunkenness of the pilot, Grtyyuk Drakorewoo (whose identify is important as a result of in Martian language it means ‘the drunkest teetotaler’). As soon as on Earth the Martians don’t have any selection however to rummage by way of the dumps, till they get drained and take out their ray weapons. Humanity believes itself to be in peril of demise or, if not of demise, at the very least of whole annihilation, and asks a circus clown (Peter Graves) for assist. For some time, the clown manages to distract the Martians by juggling, however when one of many balls falls to the bottom, the Martians perceive that that is nothing greater than a gross diversionary tactic, and so they run out of the circus tent prepared to overcome the planet or, alternatively, to spend a pleasing night taking part in rummy. This precipitates the invention that Grtyyuk Drakorewoo is mostly a teetotaler and that he had landed on Earth expressly with the unspeakable function of overthrowing the Czar of Russia. With a shiver, the spectator finds out that we’re in 1917 and it’s already too late to cover the jewels because the storming of the Winter Palace will happen shortly after. And the remaining is historical past.

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