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Doomsday Voyage is a 1972 American film. [1]

It was one of the first films available for hire in hotel rooms. [2]



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  1. Citizen Kane' actor Joseph Cotten dies of pneumonia Associated Press. Las Vegas Review - Journal7 Feb 1994: 5b.
  2. N.Y. Hotel to Offer Dial-a-Movie Service Los Angeles Times 3 Mar 1972: g14.