The first bald movie star died in New York City on October 10, 1985 at the age of 70. (Twas a bad Thursday: we lost Orson Wells the same day.)
This 1973 retro-classic directed by Michael Crichton is well overdue for a retread.
Inspired by the then revolutionary Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland, Westworld is a story about an adult future amusement park in which visitors can––at $1,000 a day!––indulge themselves in one of three environments, namely "Romanworld", "Medievalworld" and of course "Westworld" itself.
The robots are programmed to obey all the visitors’ demands and, of course, lose at the gunfights. Until they don't.
Richard Benjamin, and a very young James Brolin co-star, but it all about Yul. The original unstoppable machine more than a decade before Terminator.