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This classic comedy is great for all ages. Action, humor, astronauts and romance are genres for everyone in the house hold.
The first movie, "The mouse that roared," was based off the book. Here, in this film, the movie has the original Professor Kokintz, David Kossoff, and many more splendid actors, Margaret Ruthford, Bernard Cribbins June Ritchie, Terry-Thomas and Ron-Moody, directed by Richard Lester. When Professor accidentally discovers he can have rocket fuel, he begins his research and building on the rocket he received from the Russians.
Full of witty humor, the characters make good sport about competing to get to the moon before the Americans and Russians do. The professor has an assistant who is in love with girl from back home. She only promises to mary him only when he returns from the moon because she, herself doesn't not believe him.
In this 1980's British comedy, the main characters show calm and collectiveness when come face to face with their competition, the Russians and Americans. When they great them, they invite them down for tea hear until the professor accidentally let slip about the part about whoever arrives home from being the first people gets a fabulous prize.
This is a classic movie, and that even the kids will enjoy!