Men into Space

Season 1 Episode 32

Mission To Mars

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM May 25, 1960 on CBS
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Mission To Mars
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The race to reach Mars is on between the Russians and the Americans and Capt. Jim Nicholls is ready to be the first to go.

 

 

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    Jeremy Slate

    Jeremy Slate

    Capt. Jim Nicholls

    Guest Star

    John Van Dreelen

    John Van Dreelen

    Col. Tolchek

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    Jack Hogan

    Jack Hogan

    Maj. Ingram

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      • Narrator: For centuries the histories of earthbound men have been filled with conflicts. When in the not-to-distant future, the descendents of these men leave Earth and begin to conquer space, will they carry these age-old hostilities with them? Or will this great scientific step at last teach Man to stand shoulder-to-should, united when confronting with... the unknown.

      • Major Devers: Now, Mac, let's get down to something serious.
        McCauley: Such as?
        Major Devers: Clothes. I haven't a thing to wear to the Russian dinner tonight.
        McCauley: Oh, oh. Well, I think your spacesuit will be adequate for street wear, and your coveralls passable for inside. And, uh, you may be excused, too.

      • McCauley: Yeah, but do you realize if I hadn't been so particular, we'd be three days out on our trip to Mars right now? Three days ahead of the Russians.
        Major Devers: The responsibility of command is producing some last-minute doubts, I'd say.

      • Tolchek: The many modifications and last-minute changes, I take it they all worked well?
        McCauley: As far as we know.
        Tolchek: We felt the need for haste.
        McCauley: Um-hmm. So did we.
        Tolchek: We made no modifications. I am happy you did.

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