Approved | | Drama, Sci-Fi
The British launch the world's first orbital vehicle. Their military sends a super-bomb along, which goes wrong and threatens the crew and a stowaway.
Britain's first color science fiction film.
Well, what if the STARDUST blows up, as she probably will?
Cmdr. Michael Haydon: Well, then we'll know... at least the designers will know... that the fuel or the design wasn't perfect.
Kim Hamilton: Some people find it impossible to be quite so impersonal, Commander. If I may be ...
Cmdr. Michael Haydon: ...
At the briefing near the start of the film, both Commander Haydon and Professor Blandford use the word "schedule", pronouncing it the American way, with an "sk" sound. Since both men are British and the film is set in Britain, they should naturally have used the British "sh" pronunciation of the word.
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