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"Quatermass II" is a British science-fiction serial, originally broadcast by BBC Television in the autumn of 1955. Meteorites are falling over Northern England, one of which is observed by an Army radar unit. After a farmer finds one of the objects in a field, the soldiers become directly involved, and Captain Johnny Dillon decides to unofficially ask the father of his fiancée, Paula, to investigate. Paula's father is Professor Bernard Quatermass of the British Experimental Rocket Group — "the rocket man!", as one of Dillon's troops puts it. Quatermass and the Rocket Group, now including Paula and mathematical genius Dr. Leo Pugh, are recovering from the news that one of the twonuclear Quatermass II rockets has exploded during a ground test in Australia, killing hundreds of staff and ending their project to build permanent bases on the Moon.
Broadhead becomes the latest victim of the gas. Quatermass tricks his way inside the plant with Ward and Fowler. Ward gets separated and strays into one of the food domes - then emerges covered in a burning synthetic food, and dies. Back at the rocked base, Pugh has discovered the origin of the objects - an asteroid on the dark side of the Earth.
Quatermass visits the community near the plant but encounters suspicion as he tries to stir up the workers - until a new falling of objects convinces them. They march on the plant and, inside, Quatermass see a huge alien creature growing inside one of the food domes.
The workers take over the plant and it is destroyed by an explosion. Quatermass gets back to the Rocket Group and prepares to launch his Quatermass II rocket - destination: the asteroid.
Quatermass succeeds in launching his rocket and he and Pugh for the asteroid. But Pugh has been over and Quatermass must overcome his attack before he can defeat the evil force on the asteroid.
John Robinson(Professor Bernard Quatermass)
Monica Grey(Paula Quatermass)
Hugh Griffith(Dr. Leo Pugh)
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