Red Planet Mars

1952 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

Drama Sci-fi

An astronomer discovers evidence of intelligent beings on Mars and transmits messages using a radio transmitter, causing chaos and fear before ultimately revealing an unsettling message before the hydrogen supply ignites and destroys everything. Red Planet Mars is a 1952 American English-language Drama Sci-Fi film featuring Peter Graves, Andrea King, Orley Lindgren, Walter Sande, Marvin Miller, Herbert Berghof and John Topa. The movie is inspired from the play Red Planet by John L. Balderston and John Hoare. Melaby Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Donald Hyde and Anthony Veiller. The movie is directed by Harry Horner. United Artists acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Red Planet Mars was released on 15th May 1952 and takes a screen time of 87 minutes. The screenplay for the movie was written by Anthony Veiller and John L. Balderston. Cinematography was done by Joseph Biroc and editing by Francis D. Lyon. The music was composed by Mahlon Merrick.
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  • Critics Score
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Release Date15 MAY 1952
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English, Russian

Genre

Drama , Sci-fi

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Positive Review Rating : 45%

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    • Rob Humanick

      Achieves genuine science fiction with a nearly entire absence of sci fi subjects on screen. ( Read More )
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