|Battle Beyond the Sun|
|Title:||Battle Beyond the Sun|
|Directed by:||Mikhail Karzhukov |
Francis Ford Coppola 
|Written by:||Mikhail Karzhukov; Yevgeni Pomeshchikov; Aleksey Sazonov|
|Produced by:||Roger Corman |
|Music by:||Carmine Coppola |
Yuli Meitus 
|Cinematography:||Nikolai Kulchitzky |
|Edited by:||L. Mkhitaryyanch|
|Distributed by:|| |
American International Pictures 
|Released:||September 12th, 1959|
|Running time:||77 min.|
Battle Beyond the Sun, (Nebo zovyot), is a Russian feature film of the science fiction genre. It was written and directed by Mikhail Karzhukov and co-written by Yevgeni Pomeshchikov and Aleksey Sazonov. It was produced by and released in the Soviet Union on September 12th, 1959. The movie was later acquired by Roger Corman for American International Pictures, who hired Francis Ford Coppola to direct a re-edited version of the movie with less of an Anti-American slant. This version, dubbed in English, was released in 1962.
- Yevgeny Petrovich Kornev
- Andrei Grodienko 
- Gregori Vasilivich Somov
- Korneva 
- Matra Klark 
- Herman Berst
- Space station
- Soviet Union
- Battle Beyond the Sun redirects to this page.
- The original Russian title for this movie is, Nebo zovyot (which also redirects to this page).
- Not to be confused with cheesy 1980 sci-fi fick, Battle Beyond the Stars starring Sybil Danning and her breasts.
Fun Facts Edit
- The tagline for this film is, "The gigantic battle! - which race will win ... and rule the universe?". Another tagline is, "Billions of light years away ... out in space beyond the sizzling sun ... in terrifying unknown worlds!"
- Footage from this film was incorporated into the 1988 remake of Not of This Earth by director Roger Corman.
See also Edit
- Battle Beyond the Sun
- Battle Beyond the Sun media
- Battle Beyond the Sun images
- Battle Beyond the Sun miscellaneous
External Links Edit
- ↑ Director Mikhail Karzhukov is credited as M. Karzhukov in this film.
- ↑ Francis Ford Coppola directed the re-edited sequences from the 1962 U.S. re-release of the film only. He is credited as Thomas Colchart in this version.
- ↑ Roger Corman is the producer on the 1962 re-edited version of the film only.
- ↑ Composer Carmine Coppola worked on the re-release of this film only. Credited here as Carmen Coppola
- ↑ Composer Yuli Meitus is credited as Yu. Meitus in this film.
- ↑ Director of photography Nikolai Kulchitsky is credited as N. Kulchitsky in this film.
- ↑ Original Russian film release.
- ↑ 1962 re-release with English dubbing.
- ↑ This character's name is changed to Craig Matthews in the U.S. release.
- ↑ This character's name is changed to Nancy Matthews in teh U.S. release.
- ↑ This character's name is changed to Mother Matthews, or Mrs. Matthews, in the U.S. release.