Queen Of Outer Space (1958)
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Capt. Patterson and his spaceship crew witness the destruction of Earth's space station by a mysterious ray which accelerates the ship to a crash landing on Venus. They're captured by a troop of raygun-toting miniskirted lovelies who speak English. It seems Venus's men died in a recent revolt, and masked Queen yllana intends the same fate for Earth. But there's an anti-war faction led by scientist Talleah, and as the only men on the planet, our heroes have no trouble making friends...
Mankind's first fantastic flight to Venus
Title: Queen Of Outer Space
Release Date: September 07, 1958
Runtime: 80 mins
All Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 4.2
Buried.com Rating: 5.2 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With Q
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Zsa Zsa Gabor ...Talleah
Eric Fleming ...Capt. Neal Patterson
Dave Willock ...Lt. Mike Cruze
Laurie Mitchell ...Queen yllana
Lisa Davis ...Motiya
Paul Birch ...Prof. Konrad
Patrick Waltz ...Lt. Larry Turner
Barbara Darrow ...Kaeel
Marilyn Buferd ...Odeena
Mary Ford ...Venusian Girl
Marya Stevens ...Venusian Girl
Laura Mason ...Venusian Girl
Lynn Cartwright ...Venusian Girl
Kathy Marlowe ...Venusian Girl
Coleen Drake ...Venusian Girl
Tania Velia ...Venusian Girl
Norma young ...Venusian Girl
Marjorie Durant ...Venusian Girl
Gerry Gaylor ...Base Commander
John Bleifer ...Torture Victim
Brandy Bryan ...Venusian Guard
Ralph Gamble ...Officer in Anteroom
Joi Lansing ...Larry's Girl
Ruth Lewis ...Disintegrator Amazon
June McCall ...Tyrus 4 Amazon Leader
Guy Prescott ...Col. Ramsey
More Movie Taglines:
- Mankind's first fantastic flight to Venus
- the female planet!
- SEE! War of the planets! Astounding she-beasts of Venus!
- Millions of Miles Through The Unknown Universe!
- Lt. Larry Turner: Why don't you girls knock off all this Gestapo stuff and try to be a little friendly.
Lt. Larry Turner: If I see any of those little green men, I'll faint. The sound of my body falling will wake you up. Capt. Neal Patterson: Nah, I wouldn't worry. The fire ought to keep 'em away.
Prof. Konrad: Perhaps this is a civilization that exists without sex. Lt. Larry Turner: You call that civilization? Prof. Konrad: Frankly, no.
Queen Yllana: I'm going to allow myself the exquisite pleasure of watching you while I obliterate the Earth.
Base Commander: I know you men are anxious to return home, but you must endure your privations and hardships.
- Costumes worn by the ship's officers and Motiya are re-used or copied from Forbidden Planet (1956).
Many of the models, sets, and special effects are taken from World Without End (1956).
In an interview, director Edward Bernds said that Zsa Zsa Gabor got very "testy" with the actresses playing the Venusian girls. They were mostly beauty contest winners, and were many years - and in some cases a few decades - younger than her. When she noticed that the crew was paying more attention to the tall, leggy, mini-skirted "Venusians" than they were to her, she became very difficult to work with. He said that Gabor gave producer Ben Schwalb such a hard time on the picture that Schwalb eventually wound up in the hospital with ulcers.
The project was originally announced as "Queen of the Universe" by Allied Artists in 1951 and was to have been produced by Walter Wanger.
The rocket ship model used in this film was also used as a comic prop by Huntz Hall in the 1954 Bowery Boys comedy Paris Playboys (1954).
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