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What does QATP stand for?
QATP stands for Quatermass and the Pit (1967 film)
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- Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Consultative Committee
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- Quincy Access Television (Quincy, Massachusetts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Back in England in the late 50s, Baker made such well-regarded films as The One That Got Away in 1957 and Quatermass and the Pit in 1968.
The Penguin first edition copy of Quatermass and the Pit, by Nigel Kneale, was borrowed in September 1965.
It was like something out of the TV horror story, Quatermass and the Pit.
Hammer Horror Resurrected has six classic shockers, including The Plague of Zombies, Quatermass And The Pit and The Vengeance Of She.
The fact that the Eden Project is a ready-made set for Quatermass and the Pit has been useful in the marketing of the whole enterprise, but it was a by-product rather than the starting point of the design.
The book, a Penguin first edition of Quatermass and the Pit by Nigel Kneale, was taken out by a mystery borrower on September 24, 1965.