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Queen of Outer Space (1958)

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American astronauts are drawn by a mysterious force to the planet Venus, which they find to be inhabited only by beautiful women and their despotic queen.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dave Willock ...
Laurie Mitchell ...
Lisa Davis ...
Paul Birch ...
Patrick Waltz ...
Barbara Darrow ...
Marilyn Buferd ...
Mary Ford ...
Venusian Girl
Marya Stevens ...
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Laura Mason ...
Venusian Girl
Lynn Cartwright ...
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Kathy Marlowe ...
Venusian Girl
Coleen Drake ...
Venusian Girl


Three American astronauts are on the first manned mission to Venus, and when they arrive, they find the planet to be inhabited solely by women with high heels and short dresses. Unfortunately, they are immediately imprisoned, for the queen who rules Venus hates men... Suspecting the astronauts to be spies, she now plans to destroy the Earth. So now it's up to the three men (and some friendly Venusians) to overthrow the wicked queen and save the Earth. Written by Leon Wolters <>

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Mankind's first fantastic flight to Venus - the female planet! See more »






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7 September 1958 (USA)  »

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Queen of Outer Space  »

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2.35 : 1
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Costumes worn by the ship's officers and Motiya and other props, such as some weapons and the belt radio with the retractable microphone, were re-used or copied from Forbidden Planet (1956). See more »


In the views of earth through the queen's "electronic telescope" latitude and longitude lines are clearly visible on the globe. See more »


Capt. Neal Patterson: You don't just accidentally land on a planet 36,000.000 miles away!
Prof. Konrad: It would appear that all things are possible in space.
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Features Flight to Mars (1951) See more »

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The Cheesecake from Venus!
2 March 2002 | by (Fayetteville, GA) – See all my reviews

The infamous so-bad-it's-good space opera from director Edward Bernds, the man who gave us several of the `Three Stooges' movies. Zsa Zsa Gabor (a former `Miss Hungary') plays one of the Venusian women who defies the evil Queen of Venus (Lauren Mitchell) and falls in love with one of the four Earth men who lands on their planet. The queen hates all males because her face (which she hides behind a mask) was scarred in a war the women once fought against the now-extinct Venusian men (an idea perhaps borrowed from `Abbott and Costello Go to Mars').

The captive Earth astronauts go nuts over the sexy dames, all of whom look just fine in their futuristic miniskirts. The mission commander is Eric Fleming (`Rawhide' and `The Conquest of Space'), and one of the crewmen is Paul Birch (`Not of this Earth').

The best thing you can say about this movie is that it gives the audience a look at numerous props from more worthy 1950s science fiction movies: the astronauts' uniforms and the Venusian women's outfits are all borrowed from `Forbidden Planet' (along with a few blasters). The spaceship is from `Flight to Mars' (from a design originally submitted but rejected for the `Destination Moon' rocket). The sets and monster spider are from `World Without End' (the latter of which was also directed by Bernds, though it's a much better movie).

Amazingly enough, it was filmed in color and CinemaScope, one of the few 1950s sci-fi films that can claim this honor. In 1987 it was beautifully spoofed in `Amazon Women on the Moon', right down to the borrowed `Forbidden Planet' uniforms (recreated for that film).

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