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In the Penguin Encyclopaedia of Horror and the Supernatural, Kim Newman notes that Quatermass II is "a specific attack on the Conservative government of the time, down to the inclusion of several characters obviously based on real political figures." It might be interesting if someone could elaborate on this - any thoughts? PhilipC 23:23, 24 June 2006 (UTC)
If you're still around and you've got the source, why not add this yourself and cite it? Cheers, Ian Rose 10:38, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
I didn't think it was a particularly informative thing to say, but I've put it in now. Thanks. PhilipC 10:47, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
I've removed this bit for now because it needs a source to support it. It sounds too much like someone's personal opinion.
Many erroneously believe the film to be the first film in cinematic history to have a '2' in its title to designate it as a sequel to the original; however, this is not correct. The '2' in the title refers not to the film as the second in the series, but to Quatermass's second attempt at a space rocket. (The film that has the distinction of being the first to use a '2' in its title to designate itself as a sequel is The Godfather, Part II in 1974.)
This article meets the Good Article criteria and has therefore been passed. I would suggest that the Plot section be divided into four paragraphs, rather than one giant paragraph, but that's just my opinion. Great job! Wildroot (talk) 22:24, 21 May 2009 (UTC)