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Son of Flubber (16-Jan-1963)

Director: Robert Stevenson

Writers: Don DaGradi; Bill Walsh

From story: A Situation of Gravity by Samuel W. Taylor

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Juvenile, Flubber

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