PG | | Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi
Number 5 of a group of experimental robots in a lab is electrocuted, suddenly becomes intelligent, and escapes.
Clips from several scenes not in the theatrical release can be seen during the closing credits, including an altercation between Number 5 and a toy robot, and Number 5 in an auto scrap yard.
Drinking glass... Pasta, spaghetti!
Stephanie Speck: Very good...
Number 5: Liquid, spaghetti sauce...
Stephanie Speck: Look! This may be funny from where you come from! But on this planet, it's considered rude!
Number 5: Oooo... Baskets... fruit!
Number 5: Oranges, Apples, Lemons, Limes...
Stephanie Speck: Why great! Thanks a ...
When the protoypes are being shown off to the military brass at the beginning of the movie, the weather seems to change inconsistently between shots.
The credits are played out over a montage of scenes from the movie, including a pair of scenes that failed to make the final cut. One involves an encounter between Number 5 and a toy robot, the other involves a scene in a scrap yard where a scrapped car that Number 5 is currently sitting in is crushed.
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