Unknown World (1951)
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as Dr. Jeremiah Morley
as Wright Thompson
as Andy Ostergaard
as Dr. Max A. Bauer
as Dr. James Paxton
as Dr. James Paxton
as George Coleman
as Joan Lindsey
as Presiding Officer
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Audience Reviews for Unknown World
A team of scientists explore underneath the Earth's crust and discover no mole people or other points of interest. Boring, cheap, and pointless. This "adventure" film is from producer Robert Lippert, which means lots of rock climbing.
There's a lot not going on here, and it takes forever for very little to happen. The characters aren't interesting, and the plot is simple but very stretched out. There's not a lot to enjoy from this film, but it isn't all bad I suppose. It has some interesting sci-fi concepts.
Unknwon World (aka "To the Center of the Earth") Starring: Victor Kilian, Bruce Kellogg, Marilyn Nash, and Otto Waldis Director: Terry O. Morse A group of obnoxious scientiest and their boorish, wealthy patron hop in their nifty drilling amphibeous underearth ATV to explore deep underground, hoping to find a place where humankind can retreat to in case of a nuclear disaster. Never has so little happened during a "let's go looking for the underground world"-type movie. I think I can safely say that, despite the high bodycount among expedition members, the enterprise undertaken by the characters in "Unknown World" is the least eventful, most uninteresting, and ultimately pointles journey to "inner-earth" that any fictional characters have ever undertaken. There's no much here, exept a slighly more scientific take on what explorers might find deep underground--as in, no monsters, no nubile, scantily clad queens of Atlantis, no nothing. And, frankly, if you're going to make a movie about guys drilling their way to the center of the Earth, you better damn well give me some monsters and nubile barbarian queens at the far end! ("The Core" would have been better if there had been babes in loinclothes and little else at the end of that trip, too.)
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