Robinson Crusoe on Mars


When his spaceship crash-lands on Mars, astronaut Kit Draper must figure out how to survive on the barren, lifeless planet with only a monkey to keep him company. Eventually, he discovers that the dead planet may actually harbor life.

What people are saying:

“It’s exactly what the title says it is. So if you’re a fan of sci fi films shot in glorious technicolor, you should enjoy this throwback to a time when movies went to mars.” 3 stars

“I lasted about 30 minutes and had to shut it off. The monkey element was lame and the astronaut sucking air from rocks ended it for me. Maybe if I was 10 when this came out it might have had some appeal. Stick with Planet of the Vampires…” 2 stars

“Classic 1960’s sci-fi B movie, yes its low budget and the special effects aren’t that great but the this movie is 50 years old (not 40 years old as one review who cant count thinks) so what do you expect. Sit back and watch a slice of movie history.” 4 stars

“A space version of the movie “Castaway”. Imagine being on another planet by yourself or are you? A great movie to escape into, especially a space movie made in 1964.” 4 1/2 stars

“A film made by small children in a sand pit . Maybe one of them was luck enough to own a pet monkey which they brought along for kicks. Who knows or cares? Perhaps one day when the human race is no more and all that we achieved is buried and gone. Perhaps then… this film may be unearthed by some future beings or visitors from an alien world, and serve as the only reminder of a once noble race. Even then, i doubt, even if they had some sort of pay to view streamlining service, would they deign to offer this for public consumption.” 1 star


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