An astronaut (Leslie Nielsen) and crew land on Altair-4 in 2200 and find a mad doctor (Walter Pidgeon), his daughter (Anne Francis) and Robby the robot.
Hollywood loves "The Bard," and it's easy to see why — so powerful was his Romeo and Juliet that the heartbroken of today still write to Juliet in her home town of Verona, spilling their (real, living) souls out to that most famous of all (fictional, dead) lovers. Such is the stuff of true romance ... and Letters to Juliet. Just as messing around with Shakespeare's plots is the stuff many a movie has been made of. Don't believe us? Check out our list of carefully disguised reboots.
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