A planet is discovered in the same orbit as Earth's but is located on the exact opposite side of the sun, making it not visible from Earth. The European Space Exploration Council decide to send American astronaut Glenn Ross and British scientist John Kane via spaceship to explore the other planet. After a disastrous crash-landing Ross awakes to learn that Kane lies near death and that they apparently have returned to Earth, as evidenced by the presence of the Council director and his staff. Released to the custody of his wife, he soon learns things are not as they seem.Written by
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Patrick Wymark's character complains of heart trouble early in the film. Ironically, Wymark really did have a bad heart and died the following year. See more »
When Jason Webb's first is seen, in the video briefing room, there's a shot of the NASA liaison, however, even though NASA is an acronym for National Air and Space Administration, it never was written with full-stops after each letter, i.e; N.A.S.A. See more »
That was a penny for your thoughts. If they are as confused as mine, perhaps sharing them will help?
Did you say a penny? Well, it's a buyer's market.
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American television prints cut the close-up of the oral contraceptives case (including its label), meaning only people who knew what one looked like would understand the point. See more »