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Title The phantom planet [Hoopla electronic resource].

Publication Info. [United States] : Cinedigm, 1961.
Made available through hoopla
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Description 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 83 min.)) : sd., col.
digital rda
video file rda
Series Wade Williams collection
Wade Williams collection (Chatsworth, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Access Digital content provided by hoopla.
Credits Directed by William Marshall.
Cast Dean Fredericks, Dolores Faith, Francis X. Bushman, Tony Dexter, Coleen Gray and Richard Kiel.
Summary Set in the distant future of 1980, The Phantom Planet is a glorious sci-fi trip. Dean Fredericks plays an astronaut sent by the government to investigate a mysterious asteroid. Before he can say B-movie cliché, his ship is caught in a meteor shower, his partner floats away and a tractor beam begins to pull him in. Soon Fredericks is shrunk down to the same size as the asteroid's tiny inhabitants, and that's where the fun starts! The Phantom Planet finds our hero put on trial, caught in a love triangle, and conscripted to fight the terrifying alien menace that is the Solorite (led by character actor Richard Kiel), all before he can return home. It's a hilarious journey into the future of the past and it is presented here is beautiful color for the very first time!
Audience Not rated.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Interplanetary voyages -- Drama.
Life on other planets -- Drama.
Human-alien encounters -- Drama.
Astronauts -- Drama.
Genre Feature films.
Fantasy films.
Science fiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Gebhardt, Fred.
Marshall, William C., 1883-1943.
Telaak, William, 1898-1963.
De Gorter, Fred.
Fredericks, Dean.
Faith, Dolores.
Bushman, Francis X.
Dexter, Tony.
Gray, Coleen, 1922-2015.
Kiel, Richard, 1939-2014.
hoopla digital.
Note Title on container: William Marshall's Phantom planet, captives of a power far, far out!
Music No. MWT11700974
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