A Proper Gander At Propaganda


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Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women 1968

A bit of NASA/Hollywood "Atomic Age" produced propaganda.

"Director: Peter Bogdanovich Writers: Henry Ney Release Date: 1968 Genre: Sci-Fi Synopsis A team of astronauts, accompanied by their robot, explore the surface of Venus and end up destroying the Venusian God. Directed by Peter Bogdanovich (under the pseudonym Derek Thomas), the film began life as a Soviet-produced work, "Planeta Bur", which was also incorporated into the American film "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet."   "

"Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women is a 1968 American science fiction film, one of two which were adapted from the 1962 Soviet SF film Planeta Bur for Roger Corman. The original film was scripted by Alexander Kazantsev from his novel and directed by Pavel Klushantsev; the adaptation was made by Peter Bogdanovich, who chose not to have his name credited on the film prints, and included American-made principal scenes starring Mamie Van Doren. The film apparently had at least a limited American release through American-International Pictures Inc. but is best known from subsequent cable-TV showings and home-video sales."