Dr. Huntley and Professor Nichols are able to complete their work on a moon rocket because of an unexpected inheritance. They travel to the moon, but find a lush garden paradise rather than a barren wasteland. They are captured by virtually naked telepathic humanoids and taken in front of the Great Council. The Moon Goddess decides they should be allowed to continue their experiments, and Dr. Huntley begins falling in love with her. Professor Nichols worries about getting Huntley to return to earth. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Did You Know?
When Dr. Huntley and the Professor are driving to the launch site, they pass the Variety Theater, which is showing Hideout in the Sun
(1960). That film, which was Doris Wishman
's first movie (this film was her second), launched her filmmaking career. See more
When the professor tells Jeff to say goodbye to the Moon Queen, she is holding a scepter that emits smoke. As the scene switches angles, the scepter changes from her right to her left hand and back again. See more
[Discussing the upcoming Moon trip
Well, if all goes according to plan, we'll be back in Miami in four days.
Dr. Jeff Huntley
Then you can get to see that movie you were talking about.
[They pass the Variety Theater, showing "Hideout In The Sun" in "Nudarama"
Oh, I saw that last night.
Dr. Jeff Huntley
But you promised me you were going to get some rest.
The picture was well worth it.
References Hideout in the Sun
Sung by Ralph Young
Performed by Doc Severinsen
Words and Music by Judy J. Kushner
(as Judith J. Kushner) See more