Creation Of The Humanoids is rumored to be Andy Warhol's favorite film, and camp-meister Susan Sontag extolled it in "The Imagination Of Disaster." It's easy to see why, from this scene where an anti-robot bigot realizes he's a robot.

You have to love the slow literalism of this scene: "I remember being a child. My hands were small! They grew bigger!" Creation Of The Humanoids has the best robots/racism allegory of all time, with tons of humans - including this secret robot - belonging to the anti-robot KKK group, the Order Of The Flesh And Blood. And the guy's sister is married to a robot, for whom she's purchased a sense of humor as an optional extra. Here is where all of Battlestar Galactica's most emblematic identity crisis scenes come from.