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Overview

In the near future, a friendly exploratory mission to Earth from the planet Zenturia crashes on Mars's moon Phobos, and cosmonauts from the USSR are sent to the difficult and dangerous rescue. Although this film was never shown in the USA in its entirety, producer Roger Corman adapted the plot premise for his 1966 sci-fi-horror opus, QUEEN OF BLOOD, and utilized some of its special effects in that film.

  1. Otar Koberidze

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Mikhail Karzhukov

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Larisa Gordeichik

    Larisa Gordeichik

    Cosmonaut Tanya Krilova

  2. Boris Borisenok

    Boris Borisenok

    Cosmonaut Andrei Sayenko

  3. Otar Koberidze

    Otar Koberidze

    Cosmonaut Ivan Batalov

  4. P. Shmakov

    Vasili

  5. A. Genesin

    Pol

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Encounter in Space
Encounter in Space

Facts

Original Title Mechte Navstrechu

Status Released

Release Information

  • June 6, 1963
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Russian

Runtime 1h 4m

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