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Right Stuff, The (1983)
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Starring: Veronica Cartwright, Charles Frank, Scott Glenn, Ed Harris, Lance Henriksen, Barbara Hershey, Scott Paulin, Dennis Quaid, Pamela Reed, Sam Shepard, Kim Stanley, Fred Ward
Director: Philip Kaufman
Category: Drama, Classic
Studio: Warner Bros.
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, French
Length:
193 mins

 
 

 

How the Future Began.

Epic and glorious were America's dreams to master the sky and journey into space.Also epic and glorious is this landmark movie about one adventurous test pilot, seven brave astronauts and the colorful era that forged their heroism.The Right Stuff Chronicles the story of the pioneering Mercury astronauts: the first Americans to ride a primitive spacecraft solo into a mew frontier.Preceding them in the history books was the legendary Chuck Yeager, who far removed from the awesome media spotlight that would focus on the "spacemen" a decade later, became the first man to break the sound barrier piloting the fabled X-1.

 
 
   
   

 
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