By Wilfried Läpke
Dieses Buch enthält Cartoons zum Thema pastime und Freizeit (Untertitel: Hobbyisten und andere Freizeitler) mit Versen am Anfang zu jedem der acht Unterthemen.
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There were, however, some fairly expensive films for general audiences at the beginning of the decade. Disney, meanwhile, began to explore the science fiction film market for children and families. The British television series Dr. Who spread into theatrical film, while British studios also produced a number of alien-invasion films that were as much horror as science fiction, paralleling in this sense the continuing development of Italian science fiction film. For a time in the mid-1960s, it might be argued that British science fiction film equaled American science fiction film in importance, though such comparisons are hard to make because the line between British and American sf film was increasingly diffuse.
Beginning with Godzilla in 1954, Japanese monster movies gained a worldwide audience, and the Japanese began to make inroads into other genres of science fiction as well. Science fiction films were also being produced in the Soviet Union, East Germany, and Italy. The beginnings of the globalization of science fiction could also be seen in this period in the growing number of films that were international co-productions, involving financial support, talent, and distribution from two or more different countries.
Another big hit was the alien-invasion spoof Men in Black the following year, one of whose stars, Will Smith, also starred in Independence Day. A 2002 sequel, Men in Black II, was also a hit but added little to the original, signaling an apparent dead-end for the franchise. Many of the nonfranchise highlights of the 1990s were especially quirky and unusual efforts, as science fiction film, after more than a decade of impressive achievement, seemed to be finding it harder and harder to break new ground.