Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965) - Movie Script

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-The year, 2020. The moon has been
explored and colonized.

-And the next space goal is about to be reached.
-The first landing by man on the planet Venus.
-Scientists profoundly hope that life, similar
to that on earth, may be found on this planet...

-... where so many physical conditions are like our own.
-Three rocket ships of an international
space expedition -- the Sirius, Vega and Capella...

-... after having successfully traveled
two hundred millions miles...

-... are in the final stages of their journey...
-... rapidly approaching their destination.
-What is it? What's happened?
-Capella, sir. I'm afraid she's been hit by a meteorite.
-Damaged?
-Completely destroyed, sir.
-Contact the Sirius at once.
-Yes, sir.
-And almost there. It seems so unfair.
-There's no fair or unfair to
a meteorite. You get hit.

-You die.
-Seems so unreal.
-I'd just spoken to them.
-We joked.
-It's Lunar 7, Commander!
-Patch it in.
-Attention, crews of Sirius and Vega!
-We were deeply sorry to learn of the loss of the Capella.
-Flight Path A, however, must still be followed.
-Therefore, we request both ships to go into orbit
and remain there til the arrival of Spaceship Esther...

-... due to blast off here immediately.
-Meanwhile, secure and relay instrument information
about conditions on Venus.

-That is all.
-That's swell.
-Orbit and wait.
-For how long?
-- Huh?
- Why complain?

-It's Hartman. He's the one who built this baby.
-And know when he says we should go
fly all around Venus...

-... it's precisely what'll happen.
-Better plan on it.
-There's more I can do than orbit and wait.
-What do you mean?
-Look, the plan before was to land at one ship.
-That's true, with the cybernetic machine.
-You keep it! Why don't I pilot?
-But, Andre, the machine will study the land.
-This I know. But I'm more observant, more apt
to see what's going on.

-You don't wanna send a monster.
-Venus must be seen by more than a robot!
-Alright. Just suppose we go
along with you, Andre.

-What about Hartman's plan?
-- Hartman would agree with me.
- But we can't take that chance.

-Then, what do we do?
-We contact Kern, and we ask him to have the
robot computer landing plan for the auxiliary spacecraft.

-Assuming he'll be out for it.
-Awaken, John.
-Awaken.
-Go, John. Monitor, John.
-I hear you.
-Preview us. Be extra precise.
-There are changes you must make in our
present landing pattern program.

-Plan now for Sirius and Vega.
-You, me and Sherman.
-On the same spaceship.
-Commander Lockhart, Walters and Ferneau
on the second ship.

-First ship, Sirius. Second ship, Vega.
Problem? Land on Venus and return.

-Land three, and three. Sirius return five,
leaving one.

-What man remains?
-Then one of six must remain.
That one shall be me.

-Lunar Station 7.
-Lunar Station 7.
-This is command ship Vega calling.
Command ship Vega.

-Come in, Vega. We read you.
-Professor Hartman, message from the Vega.
-Alexandre Townman has computed a new flight plan.
-We request approval for landing of Kern, Sherman,
and robot in the auxiliary spacecraft.

-They will seek a safe area on Venus to land.
-Command ship Sirius with Lockhart,
Walters and Ferneau.

-I will keep the Vega in orbit, in order to ensure the
safe return of the Sirius with our men.

-We feel it unnecessary to have to wait for the
arrival of the auxiliary.

-This is Professor Hartman speaking.
-Your plan is quite logical.
-But I'm concerned about the possible psychological
danger to you in remaining too long on the Vega.

-Get the psychological tests ready.
-Well, I had expected to land with the others, but...
-In view of the emergency situation, I feel this is a better plan.
-Professor Hartman, I'm positive I can handle it.
-So am I, doc.
-Who's that?
-Sherman, professor. Didn't anyone ever tell ya
ladies are tougher than men?

-You're quite right, Sherman.
Perhaps I did forget.

-Permission granted.
-Thank you, Professor Hartman. I will contact
you again with a progress report at 0400 hours.

-Commander Lockhart, Vega's calling.
-Yes?
-We've received permission to land, to be followed by the Sirius.
-Well, now. And just how do you suggest
we manage that?

-- Marsha will stay and keep Vega in orbit --
- It's her job.

-But it sounds like it's all set.
-Kern's robot calculated the details.
-If you're sure, let's get moving on it.
-Andre?
-I'm ready, Skipper.
-I'm with you also.
-Sherman, make room for a spaceship.
-I'll join you there.
-Maybe.
-Good luck.
-See you on Venus.
-Pressure reading on planet's surface...
-Two and three.
-No sign of opening.
-Cloud formations, thirty percent ash content.
-I see something.
-A spot of red glowing with great brilliance.
-Right through the spectrums.
-Spot of red could be Hades.
-We are now gathering all possible data
in preparation for landing.

-However, no observation from orbit can let us know
the answer to the most important question...

-... we've come to ask of Venus.
-Does life in any form exist on this planet?
-And if so, what kind?
-I personally doubt if any does, my dear Marsha.
-A planet of fire below us.
-This is a new world, or will it consume us all?
-Suppose that vibrant spot could be a city or something?
-Attention, Sirius. Attention, Sirius.
-Sherman, Kern and Automaton John,
ready to embark at 0100 hours.

-I envy you, Sherman.
-And you Kern.
-To be the first humans to set foot on Venus.
-We wish you all a success.
-I envy you both. Good luck.
-Bon voyage.
-It's about to hit the cloud layer.
-She's moving well.
-At any moment now.
-Black clouds. Lightning.
-I don't like the looks of this.
-I'm turning control over to robot John.
-Ahead steep mountain.
I am going up.

-Wow, close call.
-We're watching on the location-finder.
-The area is strange. This is truly a prehistoric planet.
-- Prehistoric planet is right!
- Hey, there's a hard, level spot.

-Right.
-Attention, Sirius. Your landing location
is square 73.

-We're now dropping our beacons.
-Landing three hundred meters
southwest of square 73.

-Uh-oh, there's water beneath us.
-We're drifting.
-Commander Lockhart!
-Commander Lockhart, what happened?
-Marsha.
-Don't be too worried.
-The signal was only broken by the horizon.
-I'm sure they've landed.
-In an hour, when we pass in orbit,
we'll contact them again.

-Yes, sir.
-Is there anything further you'd like me to do?
-Not for now.
-We might as well all get some rest.
-Sherman.
-Kern.
-Answer.
-Kern!
-Sherman!
-Kern!
-Are you there?
-It's hopeless.
-We've no choice.
-Let's break orbit.
-We'll prepare the ship.
-You'd better bring her about and plan the course to find it.
-Marsha.
-Marsha, are you listening?
-Yes, Commander?
-It's likely they're in trouble and need help.
-The responsibility's ours.
-Yes, sir.
-Listen to me.
-If something should happen...
-Don't you be afraid.
-I won't.
-I promise.
-Shall I sign off now?
-You can help us most...
-... if you will be brave and keep faith.
-I will.
-Hello, Sirius!
-This is Professor Hartman speaking.
-Hello, Sirius!
-This is Professor Hartman speaking.
-We wish you to feel free to discontinue the
expedition at your own discretion.

-Don't take unnecessary risks.
-Your lives are too valuable.
-All the nations of Europe are eagerly
awaiting the results of your exploration.

-We wish you all success.
-Switch.
-Lunar 7.
-My men.
-The ship.
-Are just about to break through en route.
-The plan is to land approximately the plot area 73.
-This should put us in position to contact Sherman
and Kern or to give them help if needed.

-My people are proud and privileged to be...
-... chosen members of this expedition.
-The first on Venus' surface.
-Our special thanks to all people of Earth.
-Well, my boy...
-All we can do now is wait.
-What do you think they'll find, doctor?
-Your guess is as good as mine.
-Let's just hope that they arrive there safely.
-We're landed.
-Voila.
-Don't begin celebrating yet.
-Ooh.. Oh!
-Is our level okay?
-Yep, there it is.
-On the button!
-Boy, it sure feels strange to have weight!
-Yes, it does seem strange.
-That's sure.
-But it's nice and solid.
-Well, I don't know about you fellas...
-But I'd like to see Venus.
-Open number 3 and hit the beam.
-Paper. Try the port viewer.
-Telescreen gets it okay.
-We'll pan port.
-Formations of weird rock.
-Something's there.
-I'll switch on the outside sound pickup.
-What is it?
-- A human being?
- Hold it.

-It's finished.
-Transfer it to playback.
-Meanwhile, you might check up on the atmosphere, Hans.
-It better be good.
-And you better get your spacesuit. We'll move out.
-Andre, I want you to attempt a contact
with Sherman by radio.

-If you raise them, tell them to report their position.
-Then get yourself into a spacesuit and walk about.
-- I'm right behind you.
- That'll be handy if I slip.

-Get hopping now.
-It's 4.7 on oxygen.
-That's pretty close.
-I thought we were lucky!
-Good solid rock.
-I'll check out there.
-Keep on the rope. Don't get out of visual contact.
-- I just received a message.
- What did they say?

-- Marsha has radared Sherman.
- Sherman?

-She can't be sure, but it looks like two objects, one
metallic and moving in the area we expected to search.

-Probably Kern and Sherman.
-Come on, Andre!
-As soon as she knows for sure,
she'll contact us.

-Andre!
-It's got Andre!
-Cut 'em free.
-Nothing's broken?
-Get a shot at that thing.
-Careful, Andre.
-Can ya imagine that?
-He's bashful.
-Why don't we take one o' those things home to the zoo?
-You've got to be more careful, Andre.
-- If we hadn't heard you call me --
- I didn't call.

-You called out to us. We heard you.
-But I didn't call you.
--It sounded like 'Lockhart'.
- Let's be getting back.

-Call Marsha again, Andre.
-Made contact with crew of Sirius
again at 0825.

-They reported a perfect landing on square 73 as planned.
-Marsha, this is Commander Lockhart.
-Yes, Commander.
-I'm afraid you haven't given us enough information
about the location of the spacecraft.

-I need to know their precise position.
-I'm sorry. I was so happy you'd made
a safe landing, I forgot to tell you.

-They're at square 107, about a mile from the red spot.
-The direct distance from you is
thirty-two miles across the bay.

-We'll have to go by air.
-Is the car ready?
-Lowered and ready.
-- Will the car make it there?
- It does, or we walk.

-I'd sure like a four-lane freeway.
-Bet that you get a flag.
-- Commander?
- Yes?

-What's happened to the robot?
-Marsha...
-Marsha?
-Have you been apprised at all about the robot?
-Well, apparently they're having some difficulty with him.
-He was loaded aboard the ship
partially disassembled.

-I'm afraid they haven't been able to reassemble him yet.
-Keep coming.
-Come on, John.
-Go and return!
-Look out! Here's another one!
-Behind you!
-Look out!
-Move John.
-Adjusting...
-There.
-There's one hundred and ten.
-Secure yourself to that boulder, John.
-Proceed. Proceed!
-He's as shocked to find this place as we are.
-I'm wondering if we should be here at all.
-Why don't you catch a bus and go home?
-Don't think I wouldn't if I could find one.
-There he is.
-He's off.
-Pull aside, he can hold it.
-You'd better go first.
-I'll come along after you.
-Stop the car about here.
-See what I see?
-Snoozing.
-... he may want us for lunch.
-I'll try for a blood sample. I don't know.
-Take the blood out of his tail!
-- Stay out of his vision!
- Right!

-Make it straight now!
-Push back!
-He never even knew I was there!
-I told you he was snoozing.
-What did Marsha say?
-They're all moving toward our present position now.
-Very slowly.
-Let's rest.
-We have very little oxygen left us.
-But they're on their way.
-- Looking for us.
- Through this heat?

-They may not be able to make it through to us.
-You better hope they'll get through it and spot us.
-I'm beginning to feel like my head's swimming.
-Of course.
-It's your torn suit.
-The infection is getting through.
-- Maybe we oughtta take some Quinsel --
- No.

-We'd have to rest after.
-Must... keep...
-... moving.
-The shoreline's the best.
-If we do, my friend, we'll never make it to 'em.
-Fat chance there is of finding 'em.
-That noise again!
-Hold off?
-Almost sounds like a girl.
-A girl?
-Perhaps.
-Or a monster.
-It's a human sound.
-Well, there are sure no humans here.
-Well, we're humans.
-Well, no one else has made it. You better believe it.
-But it sounds so human.
-Sub-human, you mean, like that forty-armed
plant that just grabbed you.

-I still say it's a girl.
-A girl! With blue scales!
-Could be he's on to something.
-It's possible that before us, other men got here.
-Especially in this age.
-You ought to know that, Hans.
-To a man of science, anything is possible
until proven otherwise.

-It wouldn't be surprising if maybe
Andre'd find something.

-Furthermore, this whole galaxy could be
explored and inhabited.

-Well, I can't imagine any people in their right
mind exploring planet Venus.

-Come on, Hans.
-We're here. And we're in our right minds.
-- Aren't we?
- Ha! Let's go.

-To cross water. My magnetism
is in danger.

-Need protection.
-Alright, John. Find shelter.
-Don't stop.
-- We have to go on.
- Come on up.

-We can't stay here. We'll be washed away.
-Bring him this way. There is no water.
-Come on.
-A little bit further.
-There's a cave right over there.
-Come on.
-That's it.
-Just a few steps further.
-There.
-There.
-I don't think I can go much further.
-John, stay with us.
-Make sure they find us.
-They should know. Trust.
-Must continue to work the laws of mathematics.
-There's always a precise probability
mathematics might prove...

-... mathematics might...
-Marsha... Marsha.
-Hear us. Hear us, Marsha.
-You... you must help us.
-It's... it's close in here.
-I await your orders. I await your orders.
-Help.
-Find us.
-John.
-Kern, Sherman.
Kern, Sherman.

-Come in, please.
-Come in, please.
-Kern, Sherman, answer, please.
-Hans Walters, do you hear me?
-I sure do. What seems to be the matter?
-What makes you think there's something wrong?
-I can always tell by the tone of your voice.
-Oh. Well, I can't seem to contact Kern and Sherman
any longer. I don't know what's happened to them.

-We're on our way to them now.
-So just keep trying.
-Will do.
-- Lord save 'em.
- What?

-No response from Kern or Sherman.
-Well, we should soon be there.
-Keep trying.
-Maybe we can bring them in on the helmet mike.
-Kern has an auxiliary.
-I am.
-I'm getting him.
-A woman.
-Must be Marsha.
-Static's really awful.
-Hear it?
-... has been slightly damaged.
-... the frequency...
-Move it up.
-Going to a point on the dial, we'll find them.
-I'll try it.
-Hello.
-John, hello.
-John, listen. This is the command ship.
-Are you there?
-- Come in.
- Up one more place.

-Come in.
-Better go to solar battery.
-Much bigger reach.
-I'm on it now.
-Hello. Hello.
-Hello. You must hear me, John.
-Please open your mike and answer me!
-You must obey me, John.
-No response.
-Try another point.
-One, two, five.
-You have to readjust your frequency
for transmitting, if you hear me.

-I hear you.
-I have adjusted.
-Can you report your position and plot number? Over.
-Square 40, in shelter.
-Tell me what's outside.
-Waterfalls above falling on large rocks.
-- That's square 40.
- Not far.

-Ask him about the men.
-Hello. We would like to know about
Kern and also about Sherman.

-They will not be safe to pass with.
-How much time before we get there?
-- Who knows?
- Commander, maybe the robot can help.

-Try.
-Keep an eye on the compass.
-Drive out to them.
-Hello, you will listen, John.
-First, you will obey me and do precisely what I say.
-You will listen.
-Listen, John.
-Obey my every command.
-Remove container 2 from Kern's first aid kit.
-Repeat. Container 2.
-Remove one tablet.
-One tablet.
-Then open his helmet.
-I have one tablet.
-Place the tablet in his mouth.
-You must do this quickly.
-Revive him with water.
-Pour it over his face.
-Quickly, then close his helmet.
-At 0915 hours, I transmitted all data status
from Venus to Lunar Station 7.

-At 0130 hours, I passed, in orbit, over the aircar.
-It was at that time about to embark
on the Venusian Ocean.

-At least we know they're alive.
-Let's hope they stay that way.
-Commander! Look there.
-I'm ready for the action.
-It's a kind of flying reptile!
-He may not see us.
-He hit us! He's turning around!
-We're in for it now. He knows we're here!
-Take it down!
-Here he comes!
-Don't miss him.
-Marsha.
-We're being attacked by a flying animal.
-Aircar damage.
-Transmit to Lunar 7.
-Commander Lockhart, what happened?
-What shall I transmit?
-Here he comes again!
-Take 'em down.
-They're gone!
-Lunar Station 7...
-This is Marsha Evans calling from Command Ship Vega.
-Marsha Evans calling from Command Ship Vega.
-Yes, Marsha, we read you.
-I need emergency protection immediately.
-Professor Hartford speaking. What is it, Ms. Evans?
-I have now lost contact with both parties on Venus.
-At last contact, Lockhart, Ferneau and Walters...
-...were being attacked in the aircar over water
by an unknown flying animal.

-They apparently have submerged and I'm afraid
they may need my help. Shall I land?

-Listen carefully, Evans. It would be
extremely --

-Lunar Station 7?
-Lunar Station 7, I can't hear you. Come in, please.
-Hello, Vega.
-- ... your instructions...
- Come in, Vega.

-What is it? What's happened with Vega?
-Just a moment, doctor, I'm checking the power.
-Calling Vega. Calling to Evans at Vega.
-Attention, Marsha Evans.
-Under no circumstances are you to leave orbit now.
-This is extremely important.
-I'm sorry, doctor. We just can't get through
to her. I'm afraid there's a short in the power.

-Find it and fix it!
-We simply can't allow it to go now!
-Dr. Hartman, come in please.
-I just don't know what to do.
-The aircar isn't fit for submerging.
-If their suits aren't damaged, they could get out.
-But maybe they're hurt.
-And if they are, they need my help.
-I can only land on the next orbit.
-I'll have to wait an hour yet, before switching on the propeller.
-A whole hour.
-But I feel I must go to them. I must!
-Let's put it down for a minute, take a rest.
-It's not far to the beach,
if our calculations are correct.

-I hope this will run again.
-Don't worry, it will.
-Look, the cliffs are all in even rows.
-Like streets.
-I'll look around, just five minutes.
-Might find something interesting.
-Look.
-That's a shark's tail.
-Yes, but with the head of a dolphin.
-Andre, don't go to far!
-Found a cave. Only the entrance looked like it's been carved.
-You've gone far enough!
-Why don't you come back now?
-Just a quick look. Might find something.
-Commander!
-Well, what do ya know?
-It's... It's a statue.
-Andre!
-What's up?
-You just look here.
-- That's only a petrified tree.
- Only? Why, it's a bronze statue!

-And much more, Hans.
-Rubies.
-You say rubies?
-Show me.
-Simple.
-The eye of an idol.
-An idol?
-Yes, a reptile.
-A reptile resembling that flying monster that attacked us earlier.
-Up there.
-You're right, Andre. I'm not laughing anymore.
-- There was a civilization here.
- And I'll bet ya there still is.

-Look, Kern! Volcanic, foam-like metal!
-It absorbs oxygen!
-Pull harder, John!
-Harder!
-Can you imagine a home built out
here in this beautiful valley?

-Looks nice.
-Don't expect too many visits from me if you do,
my friend. I'm ready.

-Look, we'd have fun fighting the lizard men!
-Look! The tree's falling!
-It'll soon have our bridge.
-Good work, John!
-We are ready to cross now.
-Play some music!
-To march across by!
-What would you like to hear, Mr. Kern?
-Anything you are programmed to play, my dear John.
-We're here.
-I couldn't've lasted much longer.
-You're not alone.
-Here we are, Skipper.
-Good. We'll need more fire.
-Everything in the car is soaking wet.
-Ah, feels good to sit.
-How are the batteries, Hans?
-They stayed dry.
-And the atom plant?
-Still hot.
-You've got that worried look again, Hans.
-You're right. I've pulled and checked every wire
in that darn radio.

-It won't operate.
-I've tried everything I know.
-I tell ya, it's simply hopeless.
-How 'bout a long string and an oatmeal box?
-Oatmeal box!
-The radio will dry out.
-We know it's not a dead planet.
-Not completely.
-Our proof is the statue.
-It will be.
-- And the woman.
- She's probably somewhere.

-What do you say?
-But the main thing is, there could be a whole
race of people out there watching us.

-Hiding, afraid that we'll observe them.
-And bite 'em?
-We came from above.
-Yeah, to them, we're probably some kind of monster.
-What if they're human-shaped?
-They very well could look like us.
-But mind you, I'm only advancing
a little hypothetical science fiction.

-'Cause nothing should be overlooked.
-Let's face it. They built the city that's
now under the sea.

-Hans, it must be true.
-Many made it to shore from the sea.
-Then, why didn't they build themselves another?
-We may find they did.
-When we explore the planet.
-Beautiful song and a beautiful girl.
-She must've heard you.
-Where is it?
-Everywhere.
-Suppose it could be a woman?
-Or maybe she's helping us?
-If I could just see what she looks like.
-Can the car make it?
-I'm sure.
-Are you a lovely lady?
-Or a monster looking down on us with scorn,
breathing fire?

-Andre!
-Andre!
-Thanks for waiting.
-She'd take care of you!
-Stop teasing him, Hans.
-He's in love.
-- Strange. It's gotten suddenly dark.
- Well, no wonder!

-What makes you say that?
-There's an ash cloud above us.
-An ash cloud?
-- A volcano.
- Yes.

-It's spectacular.
-And beyond the volcano...
-... it looks like the lights of a city.
-The red spot Andre saw.
-- We must get a move on.
- Not right away.

-This might be our only chance to gather some samples!
-Lava and ash.
-To take away with us.
-Alright. We'll go to a much better
vantage point right now.

-- Sherman, come.
- But look at the magnificence!

-No one on Earth has seen such a sight.
-Hurry, we've got to move to higher ground.
-I am hurrying.
-Are you getting the spectra sample?
-Getting it now.
-That's enough.
-The lava is rising.
-We've waited too long.
-It's covered our path!
-Perhaps we could run a rope.
-- How?
- We did before.

-- With John.
- There is no more time.

-- John?
- Yes, I hear you.

-Carry us across the lava.
-Climb on, quick!
-Audibility getting better.
-Why's he talking?
-Giving radio assistance
according to your request.

-And determining distance, two miles.
-It's Lockhart!
-I hope so, my friend.
-I'm sure!
-They'll be by here any minute, yelling taxi.
-A remarkable invention you have here!
-Nice to here you admit it, Allen.
-Temperature for extremities,
five hundred degrees.

-My self-preservation mechanism says I must
eliminate extra weight.

-What now?
-Disconnect the mechanism.
-Where?
-Open the door.
-- Here?
- Press panel.

-- Hurry, or we're dead for sure.
- I have no wrench!

-Let me!
-I am forced to get rid of this weight.
-He's gonna throw us off!
-Pull the wires!
-- He's going through the lava.
- Speed, Hans.

-Press the tunnel!
-I have! I've done everything!
-Kern.
-Kern...
-We must hold on!
-They'll be here!
-Wish me luck.
-For God sakes, hurry.
-He's here!
-Sherman! Kern!
-Commander!
-- Andre!
- Here, let me help you out, my friend!

-I never thought I'd see your ugly face again.
-We save 'em, and he insults us!
-We should've saved Kern's robot instead!
-Kern, you really did make it.
-Is the robot finished?
-Yes.
-Just a metal monster.
-Yet, when his destruction was imminent...
-He called my name.
-Looks pleasant and calm.
-But frightening.
-Yes, I suppose it does, if you use imagination.
-- We'll soon be home.
- That's right.

-But we'll leave a friend behind.
-Come.
-Join the rest of us.
-- Any luck?
- No.

-No.
-We'll be out of here soon.
-How do you know that?
-What else is there to do?
-Well, we can look for Andre's girl.
-Very cute, Hans.
-Did you name them after us?
-Well, with triplets, it's better with numbers.
-Looks to me like he's raising his own countdown.
-Why not names?
-Might forget.
-I'm worried about him.
-So you really found proof there were people on this planet?
-Hard to believe.
-Believe it or not, my dear Mr. Kern, it's true.
-And they could still be here.
-I don't go along with that.
-Could a human survive in a place like this?
-You survived.
-And man will almost always adapt himself in time.
-And don't forget, in the dim past we all lived in water.
-For centuries, our earth was toxic.
-But that atmosphere evolved mankind's form.
-Adjusting's the answer.
-And I bet that these people on our planet couldn't live.
-The air'd be poison.
-Afraid I don't share your opinion.
-You just can't close your mind to it.
-We've found proof, proof of intelligent beings.
-And those lizard men of Kern's. That's proof.
-Look, suppose they do look like lizards.
Couldn't they be people?

-Suppose they saw the ship.
-Got frightened, then got their lizard costumes on...
-Then jumped up and down to spook us away!
-What possible story could explain it better, eh?
-Now, you're the winner.
-Joking aside, my friend. Man, lizard or what...
I know there were or are intelligent people here.

-If we just had time!
-I think they might come to us!
-Look, even you, Kern, said you thought you saw the
lights of a city beyond the volcano.

-I said they looked like, not were.
-Here, you two. Have some coffee and rest your voices.
-That voice that comes to us now and then...
-What does she look like?
-If I could only see her...
-She couldn't be anything but beautiful.
-Why do I keep thinking about it?
-I'll probably never know the answer.
-- Hey! Hey, watch that!
- Now, that's where you countdown!

-Better get out our locator, Andre.
She wants you to stay on path.

-- Just you wait.
- I think perhaps we should be trying to find her.

-And take her with us!
-I vote for that.
-But she might not like us much anyway.
-If we can explore beyond those hills, I'd
bet ya money we'd find her. And the city.

-You've been reading too many comics.
-Kern wouldn't believe she existed if she
were sitting on his lap right now!

-Wanna bet?
-We're here.
-Boys, I think we did a job we can be proud of.
-Look at all the samples we got!
-There's gonna be a large headline when they
see all these great things we're bringin' back to 'em.

-This one's loaded.
-- Old man...
- Steady, child.

-Bring the spectra.
-That's the last.
-Commander Lockhart, hurry! We have
Marsha's recording from Vega!

-I hope the automatic recorders in Sirius
will record this message.

-I have been unable to contact Lunar Station 7 for further instructions.
-I cannot wait any longer while my fellow
astronauts are in need of my help.

-I am therefore disobeying Plan 1 and landing on Venus.
-The dial of the automatic control system
is now indicating...

-... that in one minute the propellants
will be ignited.

-I --
-This is a mess now.
-More than that.
-Marsha's mistake was the worst.
-The worst.
-We'd better make a plan.
-A good one.
-No more can this go.
-I hope she's still safe.
-Hello, Vega. Hello, Vega.
-She may have crashed and burned.
-I pray not.
-- We should notify Hartman.
- We can only contact Hartman through Vega.

-Men, we must act.
-You Sherman, Kern, Andre, I suggest this.
-Maybe she's there.
-Hans and I must blast up in orbit.
-We will try to locate Vega.
-If we find her there at all, and I pray we do...
-We'll contact you and Dr. Hartman.
-- Yes, sir.
- How do the rest of you feel?

-I'm for moving on just as fast as we can get airborne.
-Quickly, Andre!
-Come on!
-This was all level ground when we landed!
-The stream's cutting a whole new channel above!
-Kern, look here!
-A crack running clear across!
-Widens any more and we'll all be lost!
-Quick! Lighten ship for emergency blast-off!
-Maybe we can beat it!
-Hurry, the weather station's next.
-It's Marsha!
-Hans, when was the last transmission from Marsha?
-7:20.
-I thought I heard you say you saw her.
-I didn't, but radar did.
-There's a record of her passing after that time.
-She didn't land after all.
-She's still up there.
-You sure?
-Let's track her.
-Marsha, hello. Come in.
-Marsha, what happened to you?
-I'm alright. Professor Hartman reached me again.
-Just as the ship was about to start.
-He ordered me to wait, no matter how I felt.
-He made me realize my responsibility. I'm
very grateful to him now.

-But your orbit is --
-Well, the propellant had already started
and it changed before I could shut them off.

-Now Hartman's plan makes good sense.
-Hello, now give me your new orbit plot and position.
-Attention! Everyone return to the ship.
-- What could it be?
- We've heard from Marsha!

-She's still in orbit!
-Marsha!
-Andre, throw the switch on the weather station!
-Yes, sir.
-Hurry, Andre!
-Hurry, Andre!
-Just finished.
-Look what I found!
-Hey! They're humans!
-Look! Look, her face!
-Commander, they're like us! Don't you see?
They're like us!

-We must stay! We must stay!
-And so, man's search for intelligent life on other planets
and in other galaxies...

-... will continue.
-For this is the heart and the meaning of that
great adventure... the exploration of the universe.