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That's All There Is 

On the Apollo 12 mission rookie astronaut Alan Bean becomes the fourth person to walk on the moon.

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Jon Turteltaub
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Tom Hanks ... Himself - Host
Jeff Breslauer ... Technician
David Clyde Carr ... Gerry Griffin
George Colangelo George Colangelo ... 'Buck' Willoughby
Dave Foley ... Alan Bean
Jim Leavy Jim Leavy ... C.C. Williams
Ben Marley ... Roger Chaffee
Paul McCrane ... Pete Conrad
Geoffrey Nauffts ... Ed Gibson
Mike Pniewski ... Flight Surgeon
Shawn Pyfrom ... Ten Year Old Boy
Gary Rorman Gary Rorman ... Geologist
Lane Smith ... Emmett Seaborn
John Travis John Travis ... John Aaron
Tom Verica ... Dick Gordon
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On the Apollo 12 mission rookie astronaut Alan Bean becomes the fourth person to walk on the moon.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 1998 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Pete Conrad and Al Bean really did float back in to the Command Module naked. As Conrad stated in a letter to Aviation Week magazine on May 27, 1974, Dick Gordon didn't want them bringing moon dust with them. So they took off their spacesuits and long underwear before coming back onboard. See more »

Goofs

When Al Bean raises his outer reflective sun visor for a photograph, he also raises the inner visor. In actual moonwalks, this second inner visor would always be left down, as it protected the inner pressure helmet from micro-meteoroid impacts, and the wearer's face from UV rays. See more »

Quotes

Al Bean: And I realized, when you go through any endeavor, any journey, whether across town or to the moon and back, all that matters is that you share the experience with people you love. That's what makes life special. Because ultimately, that's all there is. That's really all there is.
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Alternate Versions

On the 1999 UK VHS version, three uses of strong language (one said by a newscaster and two by astronauts) were cut out by the BBFC in order to avoid getting a 15 rating and to keep the episode in line with the rest of the series (at a PG rating). When the series was re-submitted in 2006 for the DVD release, the episode was passed uncut with a 15 rating. See more »

Soundtracks

Up Around the Bend
Performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Written by John Fogerty (as John C. Fogerty)
Courtesy of Fantasy, Inc.
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PG?!?!
22 July 2019 | by fyrecrackerSee all my reviews

This isn't so much a review, it is more of a warning. This show is rated PG, but this episode is appalling! Please be mindful if you have children watching this show that the language is out of control and there is female frontal nudity! Don't make the same mistake I did! My son has always wanted to work for NASA, so naturally, we were loving this series... until NOW! I can't believe they could get away with all of that! So disappointed.


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