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The Truth Behind the Moon Landings: Stranger Than Fiction (2003)
"The Truth Behind the Moon Landings" (original title)

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Credited cast:
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 ...
Himself - Jodrell Bank
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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Honest program.
14 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched a repeat of this program recently. Both sides of the alleged moon hoax were presented. The information presented was easy to understand, but not dumbed down. I was disappointed in the program's short length (1 hour with commercial breaks). It would have been interesting to hear more of the interviews with the hoax proponents just to see how ignorant they really are concerning space travel. It would have exposed them very well. The show also spent very little time examining each claim made by Kaysing and other hoax believers. Too bad they did not include video of Buzz Aldrin socking it to Bart Sibrel when Buzz was accused of being a fraud. All and all, it was a very enjoyable program.

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