A Trip to the Moon
In Its Original 1902 Colors/The Extraordinary Voyage

A Trip to the Moon - In Its Original 1902 Colors/The Extraordinary Voyage
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A Trip to the Moon (1902)
The material for A Trip to the Moon is sourced from a restored color version that had been considered lost for several decades and is presented with an original soundtrack…
The Extraordinary Voyage (2011)
The Extraordinary Voyage chronicles the journey of A Trip to the Moon from the fantastical Melies' production in 1902 to the astonishing rediscovery of a nitrate print in color in…

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I was so excited to see this. That iconic image of the moon with the rocket stuck in his eye - finally in context. I loved the music and the fact that it was so modern rather than trying to McGiver something from the period,

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That was like really lame lol!

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Fantastic documentary!! Even more interesting than "A trip to the moon" is the story of its restauration!

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Strange music choice

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Delightful ... palavering as any current scientific conference; women in pants, and in variety outfits of hotpants. And our moon-explorers saw the earth just like the Apollo 11 guys

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1st Sci-Fi film, beginning of cinema and digital effects

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Amazing story about a beautiful film!

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