Queen of Outer Space

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Time Out says

Standout 'Best Worst' movie in which astronauts crash-land on Venus and discover that women are ruling the planet. It takes the earthlings a while to grasp the feminine superiorities ('Even if a woman could build a gizmo like that, she'd never know how to aim it!'), and rather longer to locate the leader (Gabor) of those subversives who feel that 'vimmin cannot live vizout men'. The Place may be Venus, but the Time looks more like cocktail hour than the future; everyone's wearing vintage Swanky Modes and ice-skating skirts. There's also a fine display of '50s sublimated sexuality in the endless kissing scenes - which may have you pondering, along with the expedition's professor, 'How ironic that our lives and the lives of millions on Earth should depend on the sex appeal of our Captain'.
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Release details

UK release:

1958

Duration:

80 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Edward Bernds

Cast:

Barbara Darrow, Paul Birch, Laurie Mitchell, Eric Fleming, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dave Willock

Music:

Marlin Skiles

Art Director:

David Milton

Editor:

William Austin

Cinematography:

William Whitley

Screenwriter:

Charles Beaumont

Producer:

Ben Schwalb

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