From the Earth to the Moon (1958)

Made by Warner Bros., RKO Radio Pictures, this shows another adventure based on the book by Jules Verne. Starring Joseph Cotten, George Sanders, and Debra Paget, this shows the dawn of the century, as man makes a rocket when a group travels to the moon for the first time!!

This was way before the Apollo missions, and how Neil Armstrong said his words. “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.

For how this began, it happened after the American Civil War. And by building that rocket, and making a one way trip, they actually made it to the moon. However, they never returned to Earth.

With no alien activity, and enough supplies to last for many years, they sure lived on the moon. Especially when there is gotta be oxygen inside the Earth.

I give this 8 1/2 out of 10 stars, as a film critic and a fan of Jules Verne.

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