Men Into Space

Men Into Space (1959)

3 visible crew/equipment mistakes in season 1 - chronological order

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Starring: William Lundigan

Genres: Sci-fi

Moon Cloud - S1-E20

Visible crew/equipment: When Carter follows McCauley and Holcomb to the moon crater, a sound equipment shadow moves across a rock in the foreground. (00:19:15)

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Contraband - S1-E21

Visible crew/equipment: While the crew are holding a conference inside the moonbase, an equipment shadow moves across the top left of the screen. In the same scene, a poor choice of camera angles also places two diagonal white ribs of a hatch door directly behind James Coburn, resulting in the bizarre impression of antennae growing out of his character's head. (00:12:00)

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Is There Another Civilization? - S1-E24

Visible crew/equipment: When the news reporter tries to grill McCauley about the space collision, the boom mike dips into the shot at the upper right of the screen. (00:05:00)

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