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Life at Stake: 6: "Houston... We've got a Problem"

Synopsis

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A series of eight dramatic reconstructions of stories which made the headlines

13 April 1970, en route to the moon: "...My main worry is to get back to the Earth's atmosphere, even if we can't make a re-entry. It's better to go out like a meteor than fly round the sun forever."

Contributors

Writer: Brian Clark
Writer: Jim Hawkins
Jim Lovell: Ed Bishop
Fred Haise: Keith Alexander
Jack Swigert: Bob Sherman
Gene Kranz: Jerry Harte
Glynn Lunney: Michael Ensign
Jack Lousma: Weston Gavin
Joe Kerwin: Paul Meier
Vance Brand: John Ratzenberger
Charlie Duke: Peter Banks
Chris Kraft: Philip O'Brien
RETRO Deiterich: Larry Hoodekoff
EECOM Liebergot: Bill Hootkins
TELMU Peters: Norwich Duff
FIDO: Tim Devlin
CONTROL: Chris Muncke
GUIDO 1: Francis Napier
GUIDO 2: Bob Sheedy
RETRO 2: Ray Jewers
GNC: Burnell Tucker
TELMU: Kenneth Garner
INCO: Billy J. Mitchell
Computer Man: Blain Fairman
Recovery 1: David Baxt
Recovery 2: Stephen Lester
Switchboard girl: Sandra Hayton
Switchboard girl: Jane Singer
Switchboard girl: Gail Henley
Surgeon: Robert Whelan
James McDivett: Bud Strait
Marilyn Lovell: Alison Coleridge
Narrator: Frank Duncan
Designer: Keith Harris
Videotape Editor: Chris Booth
Executive Producer: Anthony Isaacs
Producer: Frank Cox
Director: Ben Rea






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