- Directed by Arthur Hilton
- Starring Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory, Marie Windsor, William Phipps
- Written by Al Zimbalist, Jack Rabin
Cat-Women of the Moon [3D] (1953) -- Released originally in both 3-D and 2-D versions, but the 3-D effects were kept to a minimum. A rocket ship from America is bound for the moon with Sonny Tufts as the commander, Victor Jory as the co-pilot (this was not NASA and astronauts no matter what the late-arriving revisionists might think), Marie Windsor as the navigator, Douglas Fowley as the engineer and Bill Phipps as the radio man. After landing where Windsor suggests, and going through some weird stuff and happenings, they find a cavern which leads them to signs of civilization. Since Jory has a gun and the others don't, there is some time spent trying to get his gun away from him.
The non-astronaut space-travelers then find about a dozen attractive (some of them) females, who are all that is left of the original inhabitants. Jory discovers they control Windsor hypnotically and that they plan to learn the rocket-ship's secrets from the crew, and then use the ship to take off for Earth where, with their superior powers, they will assume control. Evidently, two or three of them made it.
3D Information: Equipment required
This 3-D movie is in the Anglyphic 3D format which means you will need the cardboard red/blue type glasses (or varations in color). Please be sure you own the correct equipment before ordering this title.
I do not sell the 3D cardboard glasses required for this movie. However if you search on google or eBay I am sure you'll find some reasonably priced shades!
Cat-Women of the Moon [3D] DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 9/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.