- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: November 25, 2003
- Originally Released: 1959
- Label: Image Entertainment
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Two moon-themed features are included on this double bill:
MISSILE TO THE MOON - An expedition to the moon arrives to find a sinister female presiding over a race of moon-women. Remake of "Cat Women of the Moon."
PROJECT MOONBASE - America's first woman astronaut, her male co-pilot, and an evil infiltrator sent by the "Enemies of Freedom" take the flight of their lives when a routine survey orbit becomes a ride to disaster on the moon's surface.
Description by Image Entertainment:
Missile To The Moon - Lunar She-Devils lure Earthmen into their lair of doom! This is the one, the remake of the century, based on the legendary sci-fi thriller, "Cat-Women of the Moon." On the first expedition to the moon, a race of sexy moon maidens living in a hidden lunar world capture astronauts for their "pleasure." SEE the return of the giant hairy spider puppet as it lusts after female victims! SEE terrifying rock creatures attack! SEE the unbelievable Atomic Rocketship make the fantastic journey through meteor-infested space lanes! SEE the "not-so-special" special effects in this cosmic entertainment catastrophe! This sci-fi B-film classic stars such cult favorites as Gary Clarke (How to Make a Monster), Laurie Mitchell (Queen of Outer Space), and Nina Bara (Tonga of TV's "Space Patrol"). Bizarre, fascinating, surreal and greatly entertaining, "Missile to the Moon" must be seen to be believed! Project Moonbase - Robert Heinlein's vision of space travel and the future of man are depicted in his second cinematic space travel adventure, his first being "Destination Moon" three years earlier. Colonel Breiteis, a female rocket pilot, and Major Moore, her co-pilot, are selected to orbit the Moon to survey a landing area for a future expedition, but a ruthless Russian spy-scientist aboard the ship causes it to land on the lunar surface, stranded and out of fuel. Will they live or die in these dire circumstances' Writer Heinlein gives us thrilling ideas of an orbital space station where people walk on the walls and ceilings, a rocketship that looks much like the real one that landed on the Moon in 1969, the American Space Force, commie spies and a woman President of the United States.