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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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Capt. Mead Ralston
Kathleen Breck ...
Kate Saunders
John Cairney ...
Dr. Steven Thomas
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Carl Walcott
Jeremy Longhurst ...
John Saunders
Linda Marlowe ...
Dr. Helen Thomas
Margo McLennan ...
Joyce Walcott (as Margo Mayne)
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Jan Ralston
Tony Doonan ...
Dr. Griffith
Andrew Downie ...
Capt. Burnett
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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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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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Astronauts Mutiny in Space! See more »

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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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No Excuse For Poor Production Values
17 October 2009 | by (Katy, Texas) – See all my reviews

Consider this is the same year that Star Trek began on NBC-TV. We may laugh at the funny SFX on TOS, but compared to this film (and several others made about the same time), it was downright modern.

Also, consider four years later, Kubrick would make 2001: A Space Odyssey, which to this stay still looks fairly fresh. Check out the 1960s-era reel-to-reel tape recorder the "Educator" uses to record her lessons for the children. At least the Star Trek folks tried to simulate a technology 200 years in the future.

The story-line is about par for the "sturm-und-drang" type of space opera of this time, but it is rather unrealistic to expect us to believe that this crew would be so misfit and unable to get along with one another. Considering the amount of rigorous psychological testing the early Mercury astronauts underwent just to orbit the earth, it's rather bizarre.


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