Download "Rocky Jones, Space Ranger – Crash of the Moons" (1954) for free!
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Wow, Did they mention space station? Also, does anyone know when the space station now was put in space?
for free more than nice
Love your selection but, lately, after picking a movie, all I get are the several scenes. Twice, the selected films came up hours after I could/would watch them. Thanks for any help you may give.
This is a known issue. There is no solution as of now. The only thing you can do is try again after a few minutes. I’ve been thinking of other ways to serve the videos but don’t have any good options at the moment.
Thank you for your feedback!
so cool to see rocky again. this and space patrol were my favorites. love to see more of these put up. or maybe the west german produced flash gordon.
I’ll make sure to add some more!
I did not know this series existed until the visit to this site. The space ships, the “Flat Screen viewers” and the other small items portrayed here may not be the special effects of today but sure hit the future on the head. Thanks to site operators.
Very well said, Kennad! And you’re welcome although there aren’t any operators, just one guy and his spare time 😉
Just like the films they used to show at the saturday picture club, when i was a lad,Brought back memories.
Dodgy special effects bad acting.Great viewing a treat from the future past.
Just wondering…what TV network was this broadcast on ?
In, I think, 1952, we faithfully watched “Tom Corbett, Space Cadet. It was sponsored by Kellogg’s Corn Flakes. The commercial went: “Who do you know? Who do you know? Who do you know, That doesn’t like Kellogg’s Corn Flakes? When you rocket by the man in the moon, You can hear him singing this corn flakes tune, Who do you know? Who do you know? Who do you know? Not a planetary soul who doesn’t like Kellogg’s Corn Flakes!” 15 minutes. 6:30 to 6:45. One of the three Cleveland channels. The characters were: Captain Strong, Astro on the bridge, and Tom Corbett. It was exciting stuff! Sorry to bore you. Thanks from an old guy in Kent, Ohio.