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Mars Attacks The World (Rocket Ship) Flash Gordon MP4 DVD USB Stick

Mars Attacks The World (Rocket Ship) Flash Gordon MP4 DVD USB Stick
Mars Attacks The World (Rocket Ship) Flash Gordon MP4 DVD USB Stick
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The Complete Feature Film Version Of The Epic Movie Serial Starring Buster Crabbe As Flash Gordon, Jean Rogers As Dale Arden And Charles Middleton As Ming The Merciless, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Black/White, 1936, 1 Hour 9 Minutes.)

Frederick Stephani, Ray Taylor

Alex Raymond (Comic strip), Frederick Stephani, Ella O'Neill, Basil Dickey, George H. Plympton (Screenplay)

Buster Crabbe ... Flash Gordon
Jean Rogers ... Dale Arden
Charles Middleton ... Ming the Merciless
Priscilla Lawson ... Princess Aura
Frank Shannon ... Dr. Hans Zarkov
Richard Alexander ... Prince Barin
Jack 'Tiny' Lipson ... King Vultan
James Pierce ... King Thun
Theodore Lorch ... Second High Priest
Earl Askam ... Officer Torch
Richard Tucker ... Professor Gordon
George Cleveland ... Professor Henson
Lynton Brent ... Transcontinental Pilot
Lane Chandler ... Ming Guard
William Desmond ... Hawkmen Lookout Captain
Al Ferguson ... Spaceograph Technician
Fred Kohler Jr. ... Robot / Ming Soldier
Charles McMurphy ... Atom Furnace Slavedriver
Bull Montana ... Monkey Man
Lon Poff ... First High Priest
Sana Rayya ... Priestess of the Tigron
Constantine Romanoff ... Monkey Man
Glenn Strange ... Robot / Ming Soldier / Gocko
Harry Wilson ... Ugly Ming Sentry

Universal Pictures prepared a feature-length version of their Flash Gordon serial "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars", which was already ready for release in October 1938 when Orson Welles astounded the country with his Mercury Theatre on the Air radio production of H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds. Universal then quickly had the feature's title changed to from its original title, "Rocket Ship", to "Mars Attacks The World, and a week after the Welles broadcast, "Mars Attacks The World" opened on Broadway as a major motion picture premiere event.] The original title "Rocket Ship" was subsequently used for reissues of the first Flash Gordon serial's feature version. .