From the Earth to the Moon: Season 1, Episode 4

1968 (12 Apr. 1998)

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During the turbulent year of 1968 Susan Borman looks with dread on her husband's impending mission to orbit the moon.

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Himself - Host
Brandon Ambrose ...
Edwin Borman
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CIA #2
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Keith Dickerson ...
Engineer
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NASA Rep.
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Tracy Frenkel ...
Rocco Petrone
David Drew Gallagher ...
RETRO
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CIA #1
Jim Howard ...
William Schneider
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During the turbulent year of 1968 Susan Borman looks with dread on her husband's impending mission to orbit the moon.

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An important segment has the astronauts detailing how gray and colorless the moon is. All of the Earth-bound scenes in this episode are filmed in black and white, while the astronaut scenes are in color. See more »

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Apollo 8's Translunar Injection (TLI) burn is shown with the spacecraft pointed at the moon. TLI is always performed parallel to the surface on the opposite side of the earth from the moon. See more »

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Witchcraft
Performed by Frank Sinatra
Written by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under License from EMI - Capitol Music Special Markets
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