Project Moon Base 1953 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

Project Moon Base 1953 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

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Thrills Come Rocketing to the Screen as Science Smashes a New Frontier!
The Next Frontier of Adventure!
They found romance 100,000 miles from the earth!
Terror strikes in the Unknown Stratosphere!
See man-piloted rocket launched from gigantic space ship!

A saboteur posing as a scientist strives to destroy the world’s first space station.

—Shannon Patrick Sullivan (
In the not-too-distant future of 1970, the United States is considering building bases on the Moon, and send a female colonel and two men to investigate. One of the men turns out to be a foreign spy, and the entire operation–and the future of the free world–is in danger.

—Marty McKee (

In this fun-filled sci-fi adventure, set in futuristic 1970, a group of explorers leave their space station and go to the moon. Unfortunately, something goes wrong and they end up marooned and having many adventures. The feature was originally meant to be the pilot for Ring Around the Moon, a television series. Robert A. Heinlein had a part in writing the script.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
It’s the future – in 1970 🙂 – and the first moon base has been in existence for a little while. The “enemies of freedom”, including a Minister, need to destroy the base in two months’ time. They are going to exchange one of the scientists for a look-alike. Finally, Doctor Wernher (Larry Johns) is replaced at a hotel in San Francisco. They put a hidden microphone in the room of Doctor Wernher. Mr. Roundtree (Herb Jacobs) talks to him and tells Doctor Wernher’s body double to destroy the station. Wernher asks for a car to leave the hotel and asks for a bellboy (Robert Paltz) to take his luggage out. The bellboy hits him in the nape of his head. He’s paid on the spot. When the real bellboy arrives, the change has already taken place.

Back at USSF SPACOM, the army good guys discuss the convenience of taking a civilian with them, as they could take the photographs they need, but it’s about the politics, says Gen. Pappy Greene (Hayden Rorke). The White House tells Colonel Briteis (Donna Bartell) to check everything around the base. Maj. Bill Moore (Ross Ford) will begrudgingly be the pilot of the flight to the base. Donna and Polly Prattles (Barbara Morrison) enter the office. Donna will be the pilot, but Bill will be her co-pilot. She tries to avoid it, as Bill is jealous of her. [It’s nice how her boss calls him spoiled and threatens to spank her if she does misbehave.] Polly is a journalist who wants to understand why the base and making photographs of the surrounding area. The space station Doctor Wernher wants to destroy will be the first step to build the base, essential for our future peace and democracy. Polly gets excited when she learns that she will weigh nothing because of the lack of gravity.

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Plot: Spoilers?
Set in a future 1970, the United States is considering building bases on the Moon. Colonel Briteis (Donna Martell), Major Bill Moore (Ross Ford), and Doctor Wernher (Larry Johns) are sent to orbit the Moon to survey landing sites for future lunar missions. However, Dr. Wernher is an impostor whose mission is to destroy the US’s Earth-orbiting space station, which he plans to do by colliding the rocket with the station on the way back from the Moon. Colonel Briteis (which is repeatedly pronounced “Bright Eyes”) is arrogant, rash, and distrusting of Major Moore. Moore, in turn, had a romantic interest in Briteis when they began in the USSF, but was rejected in favor of her ambition to be the first person on the moon.

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