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Motion Video: Over 60 minutes of film footage shot
by the Apollo astronauts.
More than 500 stills from archives at NASA.
Gallery of Al Bean's paintings, with an hour-long narrative interview.
Second audio track by Al Reinert, during which he conducts a question and
answer session about the film.
Take a sensory trip through space. Feel the anticipation of lift-off, understand the serenity of space...
and the elation of returning home. Strip the Apollo missions of the spacecrafts, the gear, and the science,
and receive an insider's understanding of what our souls experience going to the moon. WE ALL can relate.
Explore excitement, fear, loneliness, and laughter!
On July 20, 1969, at 10:56 PM (EDT) President Kennedy's declaration became real. As the world watched,
Neil Armstrong become the first human being to set foot on the Moon.
FOR ALL MANKIND chronicles the Apollo space program and the two dozen Americans who made nine journeys
to the Moon. The program includes over 60 minutes of film footage, shot by the astronauts during Apollo missions.
This LaserDisc program includes excerpts from interviews with each of the Apollo astronauts, and a question and
answer audio program on the second audio track of the disc.
There are also several special features on the FOR ALL MANKIND LaserDisc, including an overview and historical
account of U.S. and Soviet manned space launches; a catalog of more than 500 still images from NASA archives;
and excerpts from pioneering Science Fiction films about space travel.
FOR ALL MANKIND is a comprehensive look at the beginning of exploring the Moon, and many subsequent
achievements in space. The in-depth interview and narration format, combined with NASA and astronaut film footage,
make FOR ALL MANKIND a unique, entertaining and educational program for all ages.
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