Moon Zero Two

Overview

A spaceman -- with a raygun -- for hire takes on a crooked land baron in this drama that moves Western themes into outer space. In the year 2021, Bill Kemp James Olson, the first man to walk on Mars, is an astronaut for hire, renting his services to the highest bidder. J.J. Hubbard Warren Mitchell is a multi-millionaire who pays Kemp to help blast an oncoming asteroid out of its orbit so that it will avoid the Earth and crash into the moon. However, Hubbard's goal is hardly benevolent. The moon is being excavated...
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Overview

A spaceman -- with a raygun -- for hire takes on a crooked land baron in this drama that moves Western themes into outer space. In the year 2021, Bill Kemp James Olson, the first man to walk on Mars, is an astronaut for hire, renting his services to the highest bidder. J.J. Hubbard Warren Mitchell is a multi-millionaire who pays Kemp to help blast an oncoming asteroid out of its orbit so that it will avoid the Earth and crash into the moon. However, Hubbard's goal is hardly benevolent. The moon is being excavated for mineral resources, and since fragments of the asteroid in question resemble jewels, it will allow Hubbard to fraudulently jack up land prices on the lunar surface. Kemp also learns that Hubbard was responsible for the death of the brother of Clementine Taplin Catherine Schell, the woman he loves. Kemp realizes that he can no longer do business with Hubbard, and he sets out to foil Hubbard's schemes before it's too late. Moon Zero Two was directed by Roy Thomas Baker, who also made a number of pictures for Hammer Films, including the respected sci-fi cult film Quatermass and the Pit.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/13/2011
  • UPC: 883316367780
  • Original Release: 1969
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Full Frame
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 314

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Olson Bill Kemp
Catherine Schell Clementine Taplin
Warren Mitchell J.J. Hubbard
Adrienne Corri Liz Murphy
Ori Levy Karminski
Dudley Foster Whitsun
Bernard Bresslaw Harry
Joby Blanshard Smith
Michael Ripper 1st Card Player
Robert Tayman 2d Card Player
Keith Bonnard Junior Customs Officer
Leo Britt Senior Customs Officer
Carol Cleveland Hostess
Roy Evans Worker
Tom Kempinski 2nd Officer
Sam Kydd Bar Man
Neil McCallum Space Captain
Technical Credits
Roy Ward Baker Director
Nick Allder Special Effects
Paul Beeson Cinematographer
Les Bowie Special Effects
Michael Carreras Producer, Screenwriter
Don Ellis Score Composer
Roy Hyde Sound/Sound Designer
Scott MacGregor Art Director
Jack Martin Asst. Director
Spencer Reeve Editor
Carl Toms Costumes/Costume Designer
Kit West Special Effects
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