The Mysterious Moon Men of Canada (1989)

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A filmmaker searches for two Canadians who flew to the moon in 1959, but because they were Canadian, were too modest to tell anybody about it.



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Credited cast:
Mrs. Koufis
Adrienne Amato ...
Office riff-raff #3
Young Wesley
Ron Cook ...
Claude Beausoleil
Ellen Dean ...
Jean Peters
Lorne Hammond ...
Spaghetti Man
(as Terence M. Hayman)
Lynn Hayne ...
Clarence Haynes ...
Larry Hudson ...
Annette Mangaard ...
Woman on Beach
Marshall Phillips ...
Travis Pupkin
Gerry Quigley ...
Brownie McFadden
Derek Rogers ...
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Rob Shoub ...
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Hired to make an industrial movie about a blind cyclist riding across Canada to raise money for glaucoma research, disgruntled filmmaker Brownie McFadden stumbles across an extraordinary letter: it describes a trip taken to the moon in 1959, a full ten years before Apollo. Intrigued and excited, Brownie shucks the plans for the cycling movie, and like an outlaw, heads out across Canada to seek the truth about the Mysterious Moon Men of Canada Written by Nigel Walkey

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A few years after winning a Genie Award (Canada's annual film awards) for Best Live Action short, producer/director Colin Brunton returned it after being annoyed that his feature film Highway 61 (1991) didn't get the nominations he felt it deserved. See more »

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