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The Creation of the Humanoids is a 1962 American science fiction film directed by Wesley Barry and starring Don Megowan, Erica Elliot, Frances McCann, Don Doolittle and Dudley Manlove. The film has no relation to Jack Williamson's novel The Humanoids but is based on an original screenplay written by Jay Simms. In a post nuclear war society, robots have become a common sight as humanity suffers from a decreasing birthrate and is dependant on their everyday assistance. A fanatical organization of humans tries to prevent the robots from becoming citizens with equal rights. Meanwhile, a scientist experiments on human replicas with genuine emotions and memories. The Earth is suffering the after-effects of nuclear war; the human birthrate has fallen so much that the population is declining. The "humanoids" of the title are advanced robots created to serve human beings. These humanoids are built with artificial, ultra-logical personalities. A quasi-racist human organization called the "Order...
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