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The Truth Behind the Moon Landings (2003)

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Himself - Apollo 11 Astronaut
Marcus Allen ...
Himself - Publisher
Bill Kaysing ...
Himself - Former Head of Technical Publications, Rocketdyne
Patrick Moore ...
Himself - Astronomer (as Sir Patrick Moore)
Ian Morrison ...
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Himself - Narrator (voice)
James E. Oberg ...
Himself - NASA Space Engineer 1975-1997 (as Jim Oberg)
Paul Renne ...
Himself - Geochronologist (as Paul Renne PhD)
Ralph René ...
Himself - Author 'NASA Mooned America'
Richard Underwood ...
Himself - Apollo Monitor of Photographic Experiments
Jerry Wiant ...
Himself - Chief Engineer
Jay Windley ...
Himself - Former Space Engineer
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Reverse Speech
8 July 2006 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

The above psudoscientific rant about the nonsense called reverse speech is garbage, and should be ignored. This is an excellent documentary that puts the boot into the utter daftness of the conspiracy theorists. For the moon landings to have been faked, over 1,000 people would need to have been involved, none of whom have ever blabbed about the "truth" (sic). Compare that to Watergate, which was known to less than a dozen people... Next, the Discovery Channel should do the same for debunking reverse speech, and other such nonsense. James Randi also offers $1 million for anyone who can demonstrate such paranormal claims under properly controlled conditions. So far, no moon hoaxer and no reverse speech enthusiast have won, because their claims are utterly void of content. Oh, and did I mention, this is a great documentary?


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