Hello - I'm trying really hard to find a movie (or perhaps a TV show) where the plot involves a crew of U.S. astronauts traveling to Mars and then leaving ...
I have some exact quotes that hopefully will help:
* When lifting off from Mars, the dialog goes like this:
"All rockets forward" "Rockets forward, check" "Cutoff at 15 miles per second" "Cutoff at 15 miles per second, check" "All set?" "Right" "Here we go" ...
* And once they're in space, this dialog occurs:
"There it goes, the planet Mars, sliding into the distance" "It'll be there when we come back" "I'll drink to that"
* There is also some dialog from (probably) earlier in the film where they're about to venture onto the Martian surface:
"Wonderful! Let's get some warm clothes on, it's cold out there"
I'm guessing this movie is from the 1950s, 1960s, or perhaps the 1970s (at the latest). So far, I've watched these films:
—> The Angry Red Planet
—> Flight To Mars
—> Robinson Crusoe on Mars
—> Mission Mars
Unfortunately, none of them are the one I'm looking for.
So if anyone knows this or has any suggestions, it will be much appreciated!
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