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Release Date:
15 April 1966 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
It's the battle of the sexes as savage planet women attack female space invaders! See more »
Plot:
A spaceship crashes upon an unexplored planet, and the rescuers sent to search for survivors discover that decades have passed due to time dilation. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Wendell Corey ... Adm. David King
Keith Larsen ... Cmdr. Scott

John Agar ... Dr. Farrell
Paul Gilbert ... Lt. Red Bradley
Merry Anders ... Lt. Karen Lamont

Irene Tsu ... Linda

Robert Ito ... Tang (as Roberto Ito)

Stuart Margolin ... Chief
Todd Lasswell ... Lt. Charles Anderson, Tang's Father (as Todd Laswell)
Kam Tong ... Jung
Ron Stokes ... Sgt. Allen

Adam Roarke ... Harris
Paul Hampton ... Wilson
Ronald Lyon ... Sgt. Nevins (as Ron Lyon)
Sally Frei ... Sally
Suzie Kaye ... Ens. Stevens
Hans Wedemeyer ... Jang
Glenn Langan ... Capt. Ross
Anthony Lee ... Navigation Officer (as Lee Anthony)
Joyce Carol ... Centaurian Girl on Ship
Jamie McRae ... Sgt. Long (as Jamie Mc Rae)
Joanne Miya ... Zenda, Tang's Mother

Directed by
Arthur C. Pierce 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Arthur C. Pierce 

Produced by
Jack Broder .... executive producer
Madelynn Broder .... executive producer
George Edwards .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Archie R. Dalzell  (as Archie Dalzell)
 
Film Editing by
George White 
 
Art Direction by
Paul Sylos 
 
Set Decoration by
Harry Reif 
 
Costume Design by
Frank Tauss 
 
Makeup Department
Ted Coodley .... makeup artist
Myrl Stoltz .... hair stylist (as Merle Stoltz)
 
Production Management
Jack Voglin .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Dixon .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Ted Cooper .... property master
 
Sound Department
Larry Gannon .... sound mixer
Del Harris .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Joe Zomar .... special effects (as Joseph Zomar)
 
Casting Department
Marvin Paige .... casting consultant
 
Editorial Department
George White .... supervising editor
 
Music Department
Igo Kantor .... music editor
Del White .... music editor
Gordon Zahler .... music
Hans J. Salter .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Leith Stevens .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Stanley Olsen .... script supervisor
 

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Runtime:
90 min | West Germany:88 min
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Trivia:
First cinema film of Robert Ito.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: Rocks and stones squash underfoot and wobble.See more »
Quotes:
[last lines]
Adm. David King:Mr. Scott, make an entry in the ship's log. On this day, the command ship Cosmos 1 is retiring from the third planet of the Solaris system. As this planet was heretofore unknown, we'll enter its location in the galactic record. From this day forward, the third planet of Solaris will be known as the Blue Planet. We designate it Planet... Earth.
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9 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
I have problems with this film's title!, 7 April 1999
Author: anonymous

There's only one woman featured prominently in this movie...and she isn't from the prehistoric planet. What a rip-off!

There are a couple of hokey effects but you'll want to hit the fast-forward button to see them. The majority of this film, like so many bad sci-fi movies of the 50's and 60's, is extended walking sequences! No one ever imagined that a prehistoric planet would be this boring. Never did a film need process shots of alligators and lizards more. Or women, for that matter!

However, it is worth noting that this is the movie that started the popular "Hi-Keeba!!" catch phrase on MST3K.

There's also twist ending in this movie that the average viewer will be able to spot about 2 minutes into the film. John Agar's in this film, too. 'Nuff said.

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