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Movie (2011)

Starring:
Warren Christie (Lunar Module Pilot Captain Benjamin "Ben" Anderson)
Lloyd Owen (Commander Nathan "Nate" Walker)
Ryan Robbins (Command Module Pilot Lieutenant Colonel John Grey)
Andrew Airlie (Mission Control)


Mix between Paranormal Activity and Mission to Mars ... on the Moon !

Saturn V Apollo 17

Saturn V Apollo 17

Grumman Lunar Module

Footage used with the image flipped.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Archive footage of the Grumman Lunar Module (LM-5 Eagle) leaving the CSM and decending to the Moon's surface.



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