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Robinson Crusoe on Mars

Robinson Crusoe on Mars C1964

Scifi interpretation of Defoe classic. West is one of two daring scientists who take a monkey with them on a mission to outer space. When a meteor strikes their ship, it hurtles out of control towards the red planet and only Mantee and Mona survive the wreckage. They meet Lundin, an escaped slave and teach him English until evil slave traders spoil the fun. 109m/C Adam West, Vic Lundin, Paul Mantee; D: Byron Haskin; W: Ib Melchior, John C. Higgins; C: Winton C. Hoch; M: Nathan Van Cleave.

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