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The Lost Planet (1953)

Two newspaper reporters battle a plot by the evil Dr. Grood to conquer the world.

Director:

Spencer Gordon Bennet (as Spencer G. Bennet)

Writers:

George H. Plympton (story and screenplay), Arthur Hoerl (story and screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Judd Holdren ... Rex Barrow
Vivian Mason Vivian Mason ... Ella Dorn
Michael Fox ... Dr. Ernst Grood
Forrest Taylor ... Prof. Edmund Dorn
Gene Roth ... Reckov
Ted Thorpe Ted Thorpe ... Tim Johnson
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Karlo - aka Robot R-4 (as Karl Davis)
Jack George Jack George ... Jarva
Frederic Berest Frederic Berest ... Alden
John Cason ... Hopper
Lee Roberts ... Wesley Brenn - aka Robot R-9
Nick Stuart ... Darl
Leonard Penn ... Ken Wopler
Joseph Mell Joseph Mell ... Lah
Pierre Watkin ... Ned Hilton - Editor
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Storyline

Dr. Grood has succeeded in winning control over the planet Ergro as the first step in his desired conquest of the Universe. Reporter Rex Barrow, his photographer Tim Johnson, Professor Edmund Dorn and his daughter Ella are all captured by Grood, who plans to make use of the professor's knowledge. With the help of the professor's inventions, Rex is able to free Ergro of Grood's domination, while Grood is sent on an endless voyage into space. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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It's A Sensational Preview Of Serial Thrills! See more »

Genres:

Sci-Fi

Certificate:

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 June 1953 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Planet Men See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Goofs

In the prologue, the narrator tells us that only one person has ever seen inside the small cabin, which is the entrance to Dr. Grood's underground complex. But Jarva works in Dr. Grood's control room -- so how did he get in there? See more »

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No, It's at Columbia
20 March 2004 | by ptb-8See all my reviews

Hilarious paper mache space serial from the last wobbly days of Columbia's serial production line, this provokes screaming gaping laughter from kids if they are lucky enough to see it. in fact you owe it to yourself and anyone you know to watch it episode by episode, night after night and attempt to follow what is going on. In the same demented league as FLYING DISC MAN FROM MARS or the near pornographic 1936 Republic masterpiece UNDERSEA KINGDOM, let me assure you we are NOT in Flash Gordon territory. ..well we are if PRC ever made serials, but they didn't so Columbia made a few as if they did. It looks sort of like the TV superman episodes, except there is a turnip looking space rocket that has sparkler/fizzer fireworks and a lot of visible wires. It goes to and from the Moon apparently, except all we really ever see is it arriving and leaving from the same brown paper cave. Fantastic!! Someone wants to do something to Earth...or something.


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