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LIST: Adaptations of 18th century novels that are set in space

1. Robinson Crusoe on Mars, 1964, dir. Byron Haskin
2. ???

I think that is a misplaced modifier in my list title, but I can’t think of a way to reword it that isn’t super awkward. 70 more words


Conquest of Space


(4/10) Back with his fourth science fiction epic, George Pal sets out to explore the mental and theological aspects of a trip to Mars. Good ideas abound, but the movie is scuttled by ham-fisted script. 7,226 more words


29th Tokyo Intl Film Fest - Classics : Too late for tears (USA, 1949)

* The 29th Tokyo film Festival offers a string of restored films either on archival 35mm prints or restored in the digital format.

Sandro Forte… 137 more words


Tarzan's Peril (March 10, 1951)

Tarzan’s Peril (1951)
Directed by Byron Haskin
Sol Lesser Productions / RKO Radio Pictures

The lavish spectacle King Solomon’s Mines (1950) rewrote the rules of the “jungle adventure” film, since it was shot on location in Sub-Saharan Africa and instantly made all the B movies shot on soundstages and backlots look ridiculous. 601 more words

RKO Radio Pictures