Wild, Wild Planet (1965)

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Movie Info

Thriller about the rulers of two planetary systems who fight for control of the universe. Tony Russell, Lisa Gastoni. Nurmi: Massimo Serato. Jake: Franco Nero. Ken: Carlo Giustini.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Written By:
Runtime:
Studio:
Southern Cross Feature Film Company

Cast

Tony Russell
as Cmdr. Mike Halstead
Lisa Gastoni
as Lt. Connie Gomez
Massimo Serato
as Mr. Nurmi
Enzo Fiermonte
as General
Umberto Raho
as Maitland
Isarco Ravaioli
as Hotel Agent
Moha Tahi
as AG Chief
Freddy Unger
as De Lauty
Lino Desmond
as Schneider
Victoria Zinny
as AG Agent
Kitty Swan
as AG Agent
Rosemary Martin
as AG Agent
Annelise Stern
as AG Agent
Rodolfo Lodi
as Claridge
Renato Montalbano
as Detective
Carlo Kechler
as Werner
Margherita Orowitz
as Edith Halstead
Sandro Mondini
as Dr. Delfos
Vittorio Bonos
as Dr. Delfos
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Critic Reviews for Wild, Wild Planet

All Critics (2)

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Full Review… | July 24, 2005
New York Times
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October 2, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

A terrible film.

Full Review… | June 8, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Wild, Wild Planet

½

It took me forever to find this movie here on Rotten Tomatoes, little did I know it was an Italian film. This was a decent film, not the best though.

Jesse Richardson
Jesse Richardson

For starters, 90+ minutes is way, way, way to long for this turkey. After about 30 minutes of making jokes about how bad this movie is, I started getting tired . . . it was just to easy. Shrinking men, women that vanish like a popped balloon -- minus the frapppp sound --, cool space age looking tricycle cars, miniature sets that would make a choo choo train collector drool, hokey rocket ships, and helicopters -- yes, I said helicopters in space! If you have some smart ass friends and want to spend a night laughing your butt's off having an impromptu a MST3000 night, I would highly recommend this movie. Otherwise, steer clear.

Woody Woodrow
Woody Woodrow

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