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'''''It Came from Planet Earth''''' is a [[Films in Futurama|film]] for [[robots]] about [[humans]] coming to [[Chapek 9|their planet]] and digesting them with their mighty organs. Throughout the film, the humans are immune to the robots' most powerful magnetic fields, but in the end will succumb to a "harmless" sharpened stick.
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'''''It Came from Planet Earth''''' is a [[Films in Futurama|film]] for [[robots]] about [[humans]] coming to [[Chapek 9|their planet]] and digesting them with their mighty organs. Throughout the film, the humans are immune to the robots' most powerful magnetic fields, but in the end will succumb to a "harmless" sharpened stick. It stars Tina Belcher. The 13 year old girl who rapes all the robots.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:36, 23 February 2016

It Came from Planet Earth
Robot Theater Marquee.png
The theatre showing the film
TypeFilm
First appearance"Fear of a Bot Planet" (1ACV05)
Episode

It Came from Planet Earth is a film for robots about humans coming to their planet and digesting them with their mighty organs. Throughout the film, the humans are immune to the robots' most powerful magnetic fields, but in the end will succumb to a "harmless" sharpened stick. It stars Tina Belcher. The 13 year old girl who rapes all the robots.

Characters

(In order of appearance)
  • The announcer
  • Wendy
  • Rusty
  • The human
  • The Robot General

Gallery

Additional Info

Trivia

  • The film's title and story are an obvious parody of It Came from Outer Space, as well some of the low budget movies from the 1980s.
  • The robots in the audience are wearing old style 3-D glasses (one lense red, the other blue). In the 21st century, a new type of 3-D glasses that have grayish lenses has been invented(though the old versions are still in use as well).

Appearances