The Mouse on the Moon

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This witty sequel to The Mouse That Roared -- directed by Richard Lester around the same time he directed the first two films starring the Beatles -- has been brought back to home-video availability in this sturdy DVD edition. The Mouse on the Moon has been given a full-frame transfer to disc in the aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono, and viewers have a choice of soundtracks in English, Spanish, and French. Optional Spanish and French subtitles also accompany the feature. ...
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This witty sequel to The Mouse That Roared -- directed by Richard Lester around the same time he directed the first two films starring the Beatles -- has been brought back to home-video availability in this sturdy DVD edition. The Mouse on the Moon has been given a full-frame transfer to disc in the aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono, and viewers have a choice of soundtracks in English, Spanish, and French. Optional Spanish and French subtitles also accompany the feature. The picture's original theatrical trailer has been included as a bonus.
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Special Features

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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
A very disappointing sequel, The Mouse on the Moon is not improved by the passage of time. In 1963, not only was the precursor, The Mouse That Roared, still fresh in the public's mind, but the whole space race that is being satirized herein was on everyone's minds. Now that it is not so au courant, parts of Moon will seem rather rather foreign to modern audiences. This would be less of a problem if the rest of Moon were better, but it largely is not. Somehow, the wit and charm of Leonard Wibberley's novel are totally missing, despite a surface similarity between the film and the book; but the film lacks heart and soul, and even worse, humor. There are plenty of attempts at humor, but they almost all fall flat. True, when Margaret Rutherford is around, a few laughs are bound to bubble forth; but Rutherford, despite being top billed, is not around nearly enough. Instead, Ron Moody is given far too much time, and instructed to go far too far during that excess of time. Bernard Cribbens similarly overacts to a shameful degree, and if David Kosoff is better, he's still not good. Terry-Thomas is the same as usual, which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on one's feelings about the actor. Richard Lester's direction is scattershot. It has movement and kineticism, but manages to lack energy and rhythm. It also far too often kills the jokes it is trying to set up. Lester would do much better work in other films, sometimes reaching brilliant comic highs. Suffice it to say that this is very much not the case here.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/19/2000
  • UPC: 027616855596
  • Original Release: 1963
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1), Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Pan & Scan / Dolby 5.1 / Mono
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, monaural
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Time: 1:25:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Margaret Rutherford Grand Duchess Gloriana
Bernard Cribbens Vincent Mountjoy
Ron Moody Mountjoy
David Kossoff Prof. Kokintz
Terry-Thomas Spender
June Ritchie Cynthia
Roddy McMillan Benter
John Le Mesurier British Delegate
Michael Trubshawe British Aide
John Phillips Bracewell
Tom Aldredge Wendover
Peter Sallis Russian Delegate
Jan Conrad Russian Aide
Hugh Lloyd Plumber
Mario Fabrizi Valet
Archie Duncan American General
Richard Marner Russian Air Force General
John Bluthal Von Neidel
Clive Dunn Bandleader
Kevin Scott American Journalist
Guy Deghy German Scientist
Eric Barker Member
Allan Cuthbertson Simon
Frankie Howerd Fenwickian
Gerald Anderson Members of Whitehall Conference
Robin Bailey 5th Member
Ed Bishop 1st U.S. Astronaut
Bill Edwards American Astronaut
Laurence Herder 1st Russian Astronaut
Harvey Hall Russian Cosmonaut
Vincent Ball Pilot
George Chisholm Wine Waiter
Michael Crawford
Larry Cross
Stringer Davis 1st Councillor
Frank Duncan News Announcer
Lucy Griffiths
Murray Kash
Bruce Lacey Bandleader
Frank Lieberman American Civilian
Stuart Saunders Sergeant
Graham Stark Standard Bearer
John Wood Countryman
Gordon Phillott Civil Servant
Paul Cole
Technical Credits
Richard Lester Director
George Blackler Makeup
Trevor Bond Animator
Wilkie Cooper Cinematographer
Ron Grainer Score Composer
John Howell Production Designer
Bill Lenny Editor
Anthony Mendleson Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Pertwee Screenwriter
Walter Shenson Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Logos/Titles/Credits. [2:32]
2. Review of troops. [3:23]
3. Volatile vintage. [2:07]
4. Parliment procedure. [3:18]
5. Igniting a plan. [6:02]
6. Prime Minister & Son. [4:50]
7. "The sky's the limit." [2:36]
8. Russian rocket. [3:49]
9. Flying objects. [4:53]
10. Defying gravity. [2:31]
11. "Emergency meeting." [4:08]
12. Bird watching spy. [7:27]
13. Spilling the beans. [4:39]
14. "We're sunk!." [1:47]
15. Launching invitations. [3:56]
16. "Seeing is believing." [4:22]
17. "Wrong speech!." [2:28]
18. Slow liftoff. [2:53]
19. Global transmissions. [2:36]
20. "Egg on your face." [2:53]
21. Lunar landings. [5:07]
22. "Eat & Run." [2:18]
23. "Togetherness." [3:31]
24. End credits. [:50]
Side #2--
0. Scene Selections
1. Logos/Titles/Credits. [2:32]
2. Review of troops. [3:23]
3. Volatile vintage. [2:07]
4. Parliment procedure. [3:18]
5. Igniting a plan. [6:02]
6. Prime Minister & Son. [4:50]
7. "The sky's the limit." [2:36]
8. Russian rocket. [3:49]
9. Flying objects. [4:53]
10. Defying gravity. [2:31]
11. "Emergency meeting." [4:08]
12. Bird watching spy. [7:27]
13. Spilling the beans. [4:39]
14. "We're sunk!." [1:47]
15. Launching invitations. [3:56]
16. "Seeing is believing." [4:22]
17. "Wrong speech!." [2:28]
18. Slow liftoff. [2:53]
19. Global transmissions. [2:36]
20. "Egg on your face." [2:53]
21. Lunar landings. [5:07]
22. "Eat & Run." [2:18]
23. "Togetherness." [3:31]
24. End credits. [:50]
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