Rendezvous in Space
Rendezvous in Space is a 1964 documentary film about the future of space exploration, directed by Frank Capra. It is notable for being the final film that Frank Capra directed. The film was funded by Martin Marietta and was shown at the Hall of Science Pavilion of the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair. Animated sections illustrate the invention of gunpowder, a space shuttle resupplying a space station, and the problems to be overcome living for long periods in space.
|Rendezvous in Space|
|Directed by||Frank Capra|
|Produced by||Frank Capra|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|September 10, 1964|
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