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Old sci-fi film that starts B&W, a boy going to bed then turns into full colour. As the boy goes to bed, out his bedroom window we see his Dad walk up a path - I think he's then taken or lured into this full-colour alien world underground.

I think I watched this on terrestrial television in the UK in the 1990s probably on Channel 4 as one of their afternoon films. I also think it ends in black and white too.

Thanks in advance!
asked Oct 5 in Name That Movie by rosehdy (6 points)

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your description sounds like "Invaders from Mars" (1953)

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045917/

 

 

answered Oct 5 by giddykippa (273 points)
selected Oct 9 by rosehdy
This does sound like "Invaders from Mars". The entire movie was filmed in color, but the window scene where the boy looks at the path was muted color and saturated with moonlight, this might be why it seemed B&W.
That looks like the one. Thank you very much for clarifying this puzzle for me!
Glad i could help
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