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Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968)

Unrated | | Adventure, Sci-Fi
Astronauts landing on Venus encounter dangerous creatures and almost meet some sexy Venusian women who like to sun-bathe in hip-hugging skin-tight pants and seashell brassieres.

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Mary Marr ...
Verba
Paige Lee ...
Twyla
Gennadi Vernov ...
Astronaut Andre Freneau (archive footage) (as Aldo Romani)
Margot Hartman ...
Mayaway
Irene Orton ...
Meriama
Pam Helton ...
Wearie
Frankie Smith ...
Woman of Venus
Georgiy Teykh ...
Capt. Alfred Kern (as James David)
Judy Cowart ...
Woman of Venus
Vladimir Yemelyanov ...
Cmdr. William 'Billy' Lockhart (archive footage) (as Roberto Martelli)
Robin Smith ...
Woman of Venus
Cathie Reimer ...
Woman of Venus
Yuriy Sarantsev ...
Astronaut Howard Sherman (archive footage) (as Ralph Phillips)
Georgi Zhzhyonov ...
Astronaut Hans Walters (archive footage) (as Murray Gerard)
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In 1998, six months after the collision of a meteor and subsequent explosion of a rocket sent to Venus, the team composed by the astronauts Kern and Sherman with the robot John is launched to explore Venus. They arrive in the Space Station Texas for refueling but they have problems while landing in Venus. Without communication, another rocket is launched with Commander Brendan Lockhart, Andre Ferneau and Hans Walter to rescue the first team and explore the planet. They use a vehicle to seek Kern and Sherman, but they are attacked by a flying reptile. They kill the animal without knowing that it is worshiped and considered the God Terah by Venusians women that use their powerful connection with nature to destroy the invaders. Meanwhile John helps the two cosmonauts to survive in the hostile land. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The film takes place in 1998. See more »

Goofs

The prologue voiceover refers to the Apollo Lunar Module as carrying three men to the lunar surface. While the Apollo Command Module had a three-man crew, the Lunar Module carried only two men to the surface. See more »

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Moana: There is a stronger god.
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Edited from Nebo zovyot (1959) See more »

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voyage to the planet of prehistoric women
18 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Probably one of the more haunting experiences and viewings as a child I remember because often it was aired at alternative times by it's previous venture, "Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet". I remember feeling confused as to the differences, but by far, "Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women" presents the better use of the original Russian footage. The closing scenes with the women surrounding their "new god" the lava-destroyed robot, "John", are simply eerie in contrast to the previous scenes from the 1962 Russian film. The voice-over dialog by Mamie Van Doren, while "hokey" in parts, sets the mood perfectly. To appreciate this film for what it is, one needs simply to view it ALONE...in the quiet dead of night. It gets under your skin and stays there. One of the more noteworthy and curious (in my opinion), albeit "lessor known" of Corman's "cut and paste" classics.


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