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15 February 2001 (USA) See more »
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Were the Apollo moon landings faked? Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Embarrassed to call this a "documentary", but riddled with nice NASA footage. See more (38 total) »

Cast

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Mitch Pileggi ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Bill Kaysing ... Himself - Moon Hoax Investigator

Brian Welch ... Himself - NASA Spokesman
Brian O'Leary ... Himself - NASA Astronaut
Howard McCurdy ... Himself - Space Historian, American University (as Howard McCurdy Ph.D.)
Julian Scheer ... Himself - Former NASA Spokesman
Paul N. Lazarus III ... Himself - Producer, Capricorn One (as Paul Lazarus III)
Ralph René ... Himself - Author & Scientist
Paul Fjeld ... Himself - NASA LEM Specialist
David S. Percy ... Himself - Royal Photographic Society
Bart Sibrel ... Himself - Investigative Journalist
Jan Lundberg ... Himself - Project Engineer, Hasselblad
Scott Grissom ... Himself - Son of Gus Grissom
Betty Grissom ... Herself - Widow of Gus Grissom
Thomas Ronald Baron ... Himself - Safety Inspector (archive footage)
Geoffrey Reeves ... Himself - Space Physicist (as Dr. Geoffrey Reeves)
Boris Valentinovich Volinov ... Himself - Russian Cosmonaut

Directed by
John Moffet 
 
Writing credits
John Moffet (written by) &
Craig Titley (written by) &
Dan Signer (written by) &
Dave Boone (written by) &
Bruce Nash (written by)

Produced by
Gregory Carroll .... story producer (as Greg Carroll)
Susan Cingari .... field producer
David Franzke .... line producer (as David R. Franzke)
Alec Griffith .... field producer
Frank Grimes .... field producer
Shirley Jackson .... associate producer
Michael J. Miller .... co-executive producer
John Moffet .... producer
Bruce Nash .... executive producer
Bill Nevievs .... field producer
Masha Nordbye .... segment producer
Dan Signer .... co-producer
Craig Titley .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Shawn K. Clement 
 
Film Editing by
Jacquie Dincauze  (as Jacqueline Dincauze)
Rick Frazier 
 
Production Management
Andrew Jebb .... executive in charge of production
Kim Kappler .... production manager
 
Sound Department
James Ledner .... sound mixer (as Jamie Ledner)
 
Editorial Department
Chuck Crews .... on-line editor
Jeffrey Scott Jones .... supervising editor
Yvete Morales .... assistant editor (as Yvette Morales)
Valerie Overfield .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Phyllis Allison .... script supervisor
Sarah Allison .... assistant to executive producer (as Sara Allison)
Curt Clendenin .... office production assistant
Jacqueline Fernandez-Ireland .... clearance supervisor
Tom Martin .... assistant to executive producer
Nicole Nash .... researcher
Charlotte Skye .... production assistant
Crafty St. James .... production assistant
Julie Wieland .... production assistant
 
Crew believed to be complete


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45 min
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16 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Embarrassed to call this a "documentary", but riddled with nice NASA footage., 23 March 2003
Author: Carsten Klapp from Canada

This so-called documentary does a poor job at presenting various possible viewpoints and misuses or ignores the applications of physical and optical laws. FOX could have done so much more with this interesting topic. This film only serves to hurt the credibility whether FOX is capable of producing a documentary.

Disjointed sequences of very short interview clips with only a handful of people present their opinions and analyses. No independent engineers or optical experts were consulted about the physics-related theories presented to provide additional insight.

The film tries and fails miserably to inspire the viewer to ask more questions than the film tries to answer. The intelligent viewer may learn that without a rudimentary understanding of physics, gravity, and optics one can easily "prove" just about anything.

There is lots of nice NASA footage, but nothing that can't be found in other well-written documentaries.

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