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Spaceflight IC-1: An Adventure in Space (1965)

Unrated | | Sci-Fi | October 1965 (USA)
A spaceship crewman plots a mutiny against the stern leader taking a group of people to settle on a new planet from Earth.

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(as Henry Cross)
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Capt. Mead Ralston
Kathleen Breck ...
Kate Saunders
John Cairney ...
Dr. Steven Thomas
Donald Churchill ...
Carl Walcott
Jeremy Longhurst ...
John Saunders
Linda Marlowe ...
Dr. Helen Thomas
Margo McLennan ...
Joyce Walcott (as Margo Mayne)
Norma West ...
Jan Ralston
Tony Doonan ...
Dr. Griffith
Andrew Downie ...
Capt. Burnett
John Lee ...
Dr. Garth
Chuck Julian ...
Webster
Max Kirby ...
Ho-Ho the Holograph Clown
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Don Saunders
Stuart Middleton ...
Michael Thomas (as Stewart Middleton)
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Storyline

In the year 2015, a spaceship, the IC-1, travels through outer space looking for a suitable planet to settle on. The commander, Captain Ralston, is stern and brutal in which one cadet, Steven, plots a revolt to turn the leadership of the command over to him. Written by Anonymous

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The Year: 2015 - Destination: Deep Space - Mission: To build a new civilization! See more »

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October 1965 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)
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The film takes place in 2015. See more »

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IC-1 is shown passing by twinkling stars several times. Of course in space there would be no atmosphere that causes stars to twinkle. See more »

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References Voyage to the End of the Universe (1963) See more »

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SF By People Who Hate SF
8 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've seen this kind of thing before - science fiction movies made by people who seem to really be kicking and screaming against the genre. It's like they are saying, "those fans like heads in jars? Fine, let's give them heads in jars." If anything the premise seems to be a weird excuse to hang a soap opera on. The space ship is implausibly large inside, the black and white cinematography is bland. The actors, surprisingly, seem fine in roles which are pretty aimlessly written. BUT, there are two things I can get behind in this movie. It does have the virtue of brevity, clocking in at just over an hour. And it's always nice to see an American villain for a change.


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