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From the Earth to the Moon (26-Nov-1958)

Director: Byron Haskin

Writers: Robert Blees; James Leicester

From novel: De la Terre ā la Lune by Jules Verne

Musical Score: Louis Forbes

Producer: Benedict Bogeaus

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Space Exploration

Joseph Cotton plays Victor Barbicane, who in the days after the US Civil War has invented a new explosive, "Power X", originally intended as a weapon but as it turns out, powerful enough to send a manned vessel to the moon. Once in space, they must cope with sabotage and a pretty stowaway. Adaptation of Verne's book with wooden acting, embarrassingly bad special effects, and worst of all, devoid of all charm.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Melville Cooper
Actor
15-Oct-1896 31-Mar-1973 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Joseph Cotten
Actor
15-May-1905 6-Feb-1994 Jedidiah Leland in Citizen Kane
Henry Daniell
Actor
5-Mar-1894 31-Oct-1963 British-American character actor
Don Dubbins
Actor
28-Jun-1928 17-Aug-1991 The D.I.
Carl Esmond
Actor
14-Jun-1902 4-Dec-2004 Ministry of Fear
Patric Knowles
Actor
11-Nov-1911 23-Dec-1995 The Wolf Man
Debra Paget
Actor
19-Aug-1933   Love Me Tender
George Sanders
Actor
3-Jul-1906 25-Apr-1972 The Saint Strikes Back

CAST

Starring
Joseph Cotten   ...   Victor Barbicane
George Sanders   ...   Stuyvesant Nicholl
Debra Paget   ...   Virginia Nicholl
Don Dubbins   ...   Ben Sharpe
With
Patric Knowles   ...   Josef Cartier
Carl Esmond   ...   Jules Verne
Henry Daniell   ...   Morgana
Melville Cooper   ...   Bancroft
Ludwig Stössel   ...   Von Metz
Notable uncredited roles
Morris Ankrum   ...   Ulysses S. Grant

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