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From the dawn of the 1950s Sci-Fi Boom, Flight to Mars (1951) is blasting to special-edition Blu-ray and DVD -- July 20, 2021

BLU-RAY: FLIGHT TO MARS (1951)

$24.95

SUMMARY: Starring Marguerite Chapman and Cameron Mitchell, Flight to Mars (1951) follows five Earthlings who complete a successful space expedition to Mars and encounter seemingly welcoming Martians. To their surprise, the Martians fear they have depleted the key mineral used to power their life support systems and are determined to get off the red planet by any means necessary, including stealing the Earthlings’ ship and invading Earth!

COMPLETE WITH OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • New 4K restoration sourced from the original 35mm Cinecolor separation negatives

  • Walter Mirisch: From Bomba to Body Snatchers - A new documentary short from Ballyhoo Motion Pictures 

  • Interstellar Travelogues: Cinema's First Space Race - A new documentary short with celebrated science-fiction artist/historian Vincent Di Fate from Ballyhoo Motion Pictures

  • Audio Commentary by author/film historian Justin Humphreys

  • Full color insert booklet with essay, Mars at the Movies, by award-winning author Don Stradley.

DVD: FLIGHT TO MARS (1951)

$19.95

SUMMARY: Starring Marguerite Chapman and Cameron Mitchell, Flight to Mars (1951) follows five Earthlings who complete a successful space expedition to Mars and encounter seemingly welcoming Martians. To their surprise, the Martians fear they have depleted the key mineral used to power their life support systems and are determined to get off the red planet by any means necessary, including stealing the Earthlings’ ship and invading Earth!

COMPLETE WITH OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • New 4K restoration sourced from the original 35mm Cinecolor separation negatives

  • Walter Mirisch: From Bomba to Body Snatchers - A new documentary short from Ballyhoo Motion Pictures 

  • Interstellar Travelogues: Cinema's First Space Race - A new documentary short with celebrated science-fiction artist/historian Vincent Di Fate from Ballyhoo Motion Pictures

  • Audio Commentary by author/film historian Justin Humphreys

  • Full color insert booklet with essay, Mars at the Movies, by award-winning author Don Stradley.

FILM INFO:

Flight to Mars (1951) 

The Film Detective and The Wade Williams Collection

Restoration By: Paramount Pictures Archive, Andrea Kalas, Charles Stepczyk, and Charlotte Johnson 

Genre: Science-Fiction, Fantasy

Original Release Year: 1951 (Color)

Rating: Not Rated

Running Time: 72 Minutes

Blu-ray: Pressed Disc

Language: English

Subtitles: English, Spanish 

SRP: $24.95 (Blu-ray) / $19.95 (DVD)

Discs: 1

Release Date: July 20, 2021

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