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A film starring
Gregory Peck , Richard Crenna
David Janssen , James Franciscus Gene Hackman with Lee Grant , Nancy Kovack Mariette Hartley
After five months of a planned seven months' mission aboard an orbiting space laboratory, three us astronauts, Jim Pruett , Clayton Stone and Buzz Lloyd , begin to show serious symptoms of fatigue. But when mission controller Charles Keith orders their return to earth, the retro rockets of their space craft fail to ignite. The three men are marooned in space.... Director
This Week's Films: page 19


Unknown: Gregory Peck
Unknown: Richard Crenna
Unknown: David Janssen
Unknown: James Franciscus
Unknown: Gene Hackman
Unknown: Lee Grant
Unknown: Nancy Kovack
Unknown: Mariette Hartley
Unknown: Jim Pruett
Unknown: Clayton Stone
Unknown: Buzz Lloyd
Unknown: Charles Keith
Unknown: John Sturges
Charles Keith: Gregory Peck
Jim Pruett: Richard Crenna
Ted Dougherty: David Janssen
Clayton Stone: James Franciscus
Buzz Lloyd: Gene Hackman
Celia Pruett: Lee Grant
Teresa Stone: Nancy Kovack
Betty Lloyd: Mariette Hartley
Public Affairs Officer: Scott Brady
Flight Director: Craig Huebing
Flight Surgeon: John Carter
Mission Director: George Gaynes

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