The Andromeda Strain 1971 - Trailer
Genres: Thriller, Sci-Fi
Cast: Theodore Lehmann, Richard O'Brien, John Carter, James Olson, Michael Bow, Arthur Hill, Georgia Schmidt, Jan Burrell, Michael Pataki, Walker Edmiston, Johnny Lee, Jason Johnson, Peter Helm, Don Ellis, Alma Platt, Joe Di Reda, Judy Farrell, Quinn K. Redeker, Glenn Langan, Carl Reindel, Sheila Jo Guthrie, Clark Savage, Peter Hobbs, Eric Christmas, Ken Swofford, Ray Harris, Reuben Singer, Ivor Barry, Garry Walberg, Richard Bull
Director(s): Robert Wise
Trailer: The Andromeda Strain (1971)
A group of scientists investigate a deadly new alien virus before it can spread.
The Andromeda Strain is a fantastic 70's sci-fi movie, directed by Robert Wise who brought us 'The Day the Earth Stood Still', 'Run Silent, Run Deep', and 'The Haunting'. It was also the first film to be adapted from a Michael Crichton novel.
Thought I'd keep my editing skills in shape by editing a shiny new trailer for it.
In response to questions about the music, there are two songs used in this trailer, both from the soundtrack to Danny Boyle's 'Sunshine' (2007):
Track 06: Kanada's Death, Pt 1
Track 14: Capa Suits Up via James Malcolm
Synopsis:When virtually all of the residents of Piedmont, New Mexico, are found dead after the return to Earth of a space satellite, the head of the US Air Force's Project Scoop declares an emergency. Many years prior to this incident, a group of eminent scientists led by Dr. Jeremy Stone (Arthur Hill) advocated for the construction of a secure laboratory facility that would serve as a base in the event an alien biological life form was returned to Earth from a space mission. Stone and his team - Drs. Dutton, Leavitt and Hall (David Wayne, Kate Reid, and James Olson, respectively)- go to the facility, known as Wildfire, and try to first isolate the life form while determining why two people from Piedmont (an old wino and a six-month-old baby) survived. The scientists methodically study the alien life form unaware that it has already mutated and presents a far greater danger in the lab, which is equipped with a nuclear self-destruct device should it manage to escape.