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From the Earth to the Moon 1998

From the Earth to the Moon ★★★ 1998

Executive producer Tom Hanks shows off his fascination with the space program in this 12-part series covering the Apollo space program through the 1960s and ‘70s. Covers behind-the-scenes at NASA, the heroics of the astronauts and their missions, and the families that are left behind to wait and worry. On six cassettes. 720m/C VHS, DVD . David Andrews, Bryan Cranston, Timothy Daly, Al Franken, Tony Goldwyn, Chris Isaak, Cary Elwes, Brett Cullen, Robert John Burke, Peter Scolari, Nick Searcy, Lane Smith, Dan Lauria, Mark Rolston, Mason Adams, Ronny Cox, Dakin Matthews, Kevin Pollak, Ben Marley, Joe Spano, Daniel Hugh-Kelly, Stephen (Steve) Root, Dann Florek, John Slattery, Ted Levine, Ann Cusack, Jo Anderson, James Rebhorn, Mark Harmon, Rita Wilson, Tom Amandes, John Aylward, Dylan Baker, Adam Baldwin, Reed Birney, Betsy Brantley, Bart Braverman, David Brisbin, Jimmy Buffett, Dan E. Butler, David Clennon, Gary Cole, Matt Craven, Wendy Crewson, Blythe Danner, Dave Foley, Jack Gilpin, John Michael Higgins, Peter Horton, Clint Howard, Zeljko Ivanek, Tcheky Karyo, John Carroll Lynch, Ann Magnuson, Joshua Malina, Andrew Masset, DeLane Matthews, Paul McCrane, Doug McKeon, Jay Mohr, Kieran Mulroney, Holmes Osborne, Conor O'Farrell, Elizabeth Perkins, Ethan Phillips, Andrew Rubin, Alan Ruck, Diana Scarwid, Grant Shaud, Cynthia Stevenson, Tom Verica, Gareth Williams, JoBeth Williams, Max Wright, Steve Zahn; D: Tom Hanks, David Frankel, Lili Fini Zanuck, Graham Yost, Frank Marshall, Jon Turtel-taub, Gary Fleder, David Carson, Sally Field, Jona-than Mostow; W: Tom Hanks, Graham Yost, Stephen Katz, Remi Aubuchon, Al Reinert, Andy Wolk, Jeffrey Alladin Fiskin, Karen Janszen, Jona-than Marc Feldman; C: Gale Tattersall; M: Michael Kamen, Mark Mancina. CABLE

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