The production offices for this film were in Houston in an office-warehouse facility near on Seamist and W. 18th Street, in northwest Houston, TX, just inside the I-610 Loop. See more »
When the astronauts first step on Mars, they are in full daylight, but the sky is dark and stars are shining like on the Moon. This happens on the Moon because there is no atmosphere. Mars has an atmosphere and the daytime sky is reddish. See more »
Bud, your hunches are about as useless as dental floss at a Willie Nelson concert.
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After all the credits, we see the ultimate fate of the substitute flag. See more »
To get the PG rating in the UK 42 seconds were cut to remove a scene in which a child climbs into a washing machine and goes for a spin within it. See more »
This is the best slapstick comedy made since Stan and Ollie stopped making films. It is hilarious. Harland Williams is the star, and the source of most, if not all, the humor. The comedy really starts during training, and then continues for the duration of the film. I give it 5 stars just for comedy alone!
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