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  BRITISH film icon and BAFTA-winner Kenneth More (Doctor in the House) stars opposite Shirley Anne Field (Alfie) and Michael Hordern (Labyrinth) in this madcap sci-fi satire from director Basil Dearden (Sapphire). Man in the Moon (PG) is released on DVD on 19 September 2016, RRP £9.99, courtesy of 19 September 2016.

Scripted by Oscar nominees Michael Relph (Saraband for the Dead Lovers) and Bryan Forbes (The Angry Silence), Man in the Moon is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio.

William Blood is Mr Normal, yet he's also rather strange: his immunity to illness and inability to worry enable him to make a living as a human guinea pig. A team of 'NASTI' scientists have an extraordinary mission lined up for William, however – rather than risk the lives of highly trained astronauts (or test animals!), they want to send him to the Moon.
  Graeme Clark [11 Sep 2016 at 12:04]
     

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