Phantom Planet B&W 2002 Horror Movie Review
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Platform: DVD MOVIE Publisher: ALPHA VIDEO Packaging: DVD STYLE BOX American rockets disappear with no explanation each reporting a mysterious asteroid moments before vanishing. Captain Frank Chapman sent to find the missing astronauts loses control of his ship and crashes on the planetoid. When he recovers from the impact he discovers he has shrunk to the size of an insect. The asteroid turns out to be populated by a race of miniature people the Rehtons who enslave the captain in order to protect their secret. He becomes entangled in the struggle against the Solarites inhuman creatures intent on destroying the Rehton civilization. As the alien assaults intensify Chapman is torn between his love for a beautiful space woman and his desire to return to Earth. During a final spectacular battle with an escaped Solarite monster the captain makes a noble sacrifice for the good of both worlds.Starring: Dean Fredericks & Coleen GrayProduced by: Fred GebhardtCinematography by: Elwood J. NicholsonDirected by: William MarshallScreenplay by: William Telaak Fred Gebhardt & Fred De Gorter DVD Details: Music Supervisor Gordon ZahlerDirector Of Photographic Efffects Louis DewittRun Time: 82 minutesNumber of Discs: 1Originally Released in 1961Black & WhiteNo region encoding; For global distribution.
About Phantom Planet (B&W) (2002)
Starring: Dean Fredericks, Coleen Gray, Anthony Dexter, Francis X. Bushman, Richard Weber,
Runtime: 82 minutes
Director: William Marshall (II),
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