End of the World (1977 film)

End of the World is a 1977 Science Fiction film American film directed by John Hayes. Professor Andrew Boran (Kirk Scott) is a research scientist who discovers strange radio signals in outer space that appear to originate from Earth. The signals seem to predict natural disasters that are occurring around the globe. When he and his wife Sylvia (Sue Lyon) decide to investigate the source of the signals, they end up being held captive in a convent that has been infiltrated by aliens. These invaders plan to destroy the world with the natural disasters. As the human Father Pergado and his lookalike, the alien leader Zindar (Christopher Lee) explain, the Earth is a hotbed of disease that cannot be permitted to continue polluting the galaxy. More on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_the_World_(1977_film)

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