After arriving on the asteroid, Captain Chapman shrinks in size, while his clothes did not. The Captain fights with the other small people. You can briefly see his shorts in the fight scene inside the space suit. See more »
We can do one of two things: outrun them or fight them!
Capt. Frank Chapman:
Well, breaking up a formation is one thing, but how can you fight them? D'ya have a chance?
We have to settle that once and for all. Living in constant danger isn't worthy of us.
But don't forget we still have the gravity control.
The greatest danger to us is the high intensity heat bomb.
Right. They have enough concentrated heat to blow up our planet instantly.
What would you do?
I would fight!
Capt. Frank Chapman:
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Instead of "The End," the end title reads "The Beginning." See more »
Has anyone ever watched this movie and FIRE MAIDENS OF OUTER SPACE back to back? Yes they are both classic examples of B movies but these two movies in particular seem to be cut from the same cloth. In both movies astronauts from Earth land on far distant planet where the dominant race is in some dire trouble and the Earthmen just happen to possess the know-how to get them out of it. In PHANTOM PLANET the people have the technology to have turned their entire planet (or asteroid which is what it really is) into a spaceship but they live in caves and sleep on marble beds! (The whole race must have back problems) What gets me though is that just below the surface of the plots of both movies is the same male fantasy. In both movies the macho Earthment encounter ineffective males on both planets and races of totally submissive females who wander aimlessly around barefoot and miniskirted waiting for some man to notice them. In PHANTOM PLANET the women mostly just stand around while the men argue, fight and wonder what to do next. In both movies the strong assertive woman turns out to be the villain! Okay, I know to keep saying "It's only a movie" but couldn't the tough girl have also been the nice girl?
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