''The Human Duplicators'' is a low-budget film released in 1965 by independent company Woolner Brothers Pictures Inc.
The plot involves a giant alien named Dr. Kolos (Richard Kiel) who is dispatched to Earth from a faraway galaxy on orders to create android doppelgängers by employing the scientific services of hypnotized cyberneticist Prof. Vaughn Dornheimer (George Macready).
For the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode see ''[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S04E20TheHumanDuplicators here.]]''
!!''The Human Duplicators'' provides examples of the following tropes:
* AIIsACrapshoot: The androids rebel, and the leader of them tells Kolos that he should have never given them the ability to think for themselves.
* TheChick: We got two of 'em: Lisa the blind chick and Hugh's secretary.
* CloningBlues: They're androids, not clones, but they still get a bit of this.
* ImmuneToBullets: the androids
** DeathByFallingOver: also androids
* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter: Actually his niece, but Lisa qualifies.
* TheMole: The androids' raison d'etre, for purposes of gathering sensitive information and/or supplies.
* TomatoInTheMirror: Kolos [[spoiler: is an android]]. What makes it all the dumber is that this reveal comes in the film's closing seconds, giving it zero impact (if you're feeling generous, you could say it helps explain Richard Kiel's [[TheStoic wooden acting]]).
** To be fair, he didn't know himself 'til that moment.
* WeaksauceWeakness: The androids are vulnerable to a TapOnTheHead.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse?: What happened to the guy who looks like the young Jack Palance?
* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: Kolos is baffled by his attraction to Lisa. [[spoiler: It's later justified when he finds out he's a robot, too.]]
* YouKeepUsingThatWord: Cybernetics don't involve calculators.