Destination Moon film Product Information
Destination Moon movie was released Feb 29, 2000 by the Image Entertainment studio. This 91 minute feature film is a DVD.
Destination Moon review Product Description
A science-based fantasy about the first successful trip to the moon Destination Moon video. After years of scientific endeavors, a ship ascends into the heavens Destination Moon film. Once free of Earth's atmosphere, the astronauts contend with the dangers of equipment failure and the joys of zero gravity. But tension mounts when the men discover once on the moon, they may not be able to leave again. ...See Full Description
Destination Moon movie Customer Reviews
||For an early sci-fi movie, very well done|
A unique movie in that we see exploration of space persued by private industry, not by government. Also, no aliens in this fight, just hurdles imposed by fellow humans.
By Patrick (Ben Lomond, CA, USA)
This is a great period piece chock full of 1950's style and ideology. Well written, and ahead of it's time- not like alot of other hokey science fiction of the era.
By jlettrich (libertyville, IL, USA)
Producer: George Pal Director: Irving Pichel Starring:: John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers Industry-funded rocketship succeeds in landing on the moon, but low fuel almost prevents in from returning to earth.
By a reviewer (Crewe)
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Destination Moon video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1281806|
|Release Date||Feb 29, 2000|
|Running Time||91 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Mono Sound|
Destination Moon DVD Features
Destination Moon was the first major science fiction film produced in the United States and lifted the genre from the realm of the fantastic to the world of the believable. Co-scripted by Robert Heinlein from his novel "Rocketship Galileo," "Destination Moon's" suspenseful plot relates the saga of man's first voyage to the moon amid a series of scientific cliffhangers. It also marked producer George Pal's initial association with the genre. Later, Pal would produce some of Hollywood's most popular sci-fi films, including "War of the Worlds," "When Worlds Collide" and "The Time Machine." Breathtakingly photographed in vivid Technicolor, "Destination Moon" remains a science fiction landmark.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Mono - English
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