“Journey to the Seventh Planet” ( Eng. Journey To The Seventh Planet ) - a film directed by Sydney Pink , shot in the genre of fiction . The joint production of Denmark and the United States , was released in 1962 .
|Journey to the seventh planet|
|Journey To The Seventh Planet|
|Ib Melchior |
|In the main|
|John agar |
|Composer||Jerry caphat |
|Film company||Cinemagic Inc.|
|Budget||$ 75,000 |
|A country|| Denmark |
In 2001, the United States sent a manned spacecraft to Uranus . When landing on the planet, an unknown force clouds the mind of an astronaut, and when they wake up, they discover that it has been a long time since the apple of one of the astronauts had time to rot. Later they see that the landing site is surrounded by dense forests, in which one of them finds out the place where he spent his childhood. Astronauts are surprised to find that trees have no roots. After they see an apple tree on a place where there was nothing a second ago, they realize that the environment is shaped by their own mind. Pilots open the boundaries of the transfiguration region, beyond which lifeless wastelands stretch. On the ship, there are people left on Earth. During the inspection of the environs of Uranus outside the field, astronauts discover a cave in which a certain substance is located, which is the cause of everything that happens to them.
- John Agar - Captain Don Graham
- Karl Ottosen - Eric
- Peter Monch - Carl
When making the film, Sid Pink acted simultaneously as a director, screenwriter and producer. While still in Denmark after shooting the movie “Reptilicus” and having 75,000 dollars on the account, Pink decided to shoot “Journey to the Seventh Planet” at his own expense  .