Apollo 13 CD1
We have the crew crossing gantry for capsule ingress.
lnspired by the late President Kennedy...
in only seven years, America has risen to the challenge of what he called...
''the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure...
on which man has ever embarked.''
After trailing the Russians for years with our manned space program...
- We got a short! - and after that sudden and horrible fire...
on the launchpad during a routine test...
- that killed American astronauts Gus Grissom... - Fire in the cockpit!
- Ed White and Roger Chaffee... - Get us outta here!
there were serious doubts that we could beat the Russians to the moon.
But tonight, a mere 18 months after the tragedy of Apollo 1...
the entire world watched in awe as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin...
landed on the moon.
The big news came just a moment ago.
Mission Control gave the spacecraft permission...
to go for the extravehicular activity--
that is, for the walk on the moon--
far earlier than anticipated, 9:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
lmportant thing when you're penetrating the lunar module is your attitude...
and your relative speed.
Let's say this is me in the command module and this is you...
- All right. - in the LEM.
This thing sticks out. That's called a probe.
- ls that true? - Absolutely.
Tracey, when you feel that thing slide in, everything's clickin'...
it's like no other feeling in the world.
- A little liquid propulsion. - What's the big occasion?
How's it goin' at Mission Control?
lt's a nervous time. They're pacin' around, smokin' like chimneys.
Gene Kranz is gonna have puppies. Jim Lovell.
- Hi. - This is Tracey.
- How do ya do, Tracey? - This is the man.
Gemini 7. Gemini 12. Apollo 8. They were the first around the moon.
This guy did ten laps.
With one hand on the wheel. Make yourselves at home.
- Hey, Marilyn. - Where have you been?
This is the last champagne in Houston.
- Very good. Very good. - Everything else all right?
- Everything's on course. - Looks okay. Hey! Cadet Lovell.
- Hey, Dad. - Put this on ice. Make sure it gets cold.
- You gonna get a haircut this week? - l'm on vacation.
Oh, get a haircut.
Well, hello there.
-l wouldn't mind bein' up there tonight. -God, who wouldn't.
Don't worry. Our day's comin'.
They're not gonna cut the program before number 14.
- You know, my cousin called. - Uh-huh.
Asked who we bribed to get on Jim Lovell's crew.
l told him they wanted to make sure he got the best.
Well, they got that right.
- What network do we want? - Come on! Walt! Hey! Put on Walter!
- Walter! - Jules Bergman!
John, turn it up!
...has completed putting on the spacesuits and the boots.
l, uh-- l really appreciate you all coming to this dress rehearsal party...
- for my Apollo 12 landing.
Sit down, Conrad.
l think we should all take a moment to recognize...
the exemplary-- hell, damn near heroic--
effort displayed by Neil Armstrong's backup for this historic moon walk...
and, of course, his crew.
Let's hear it for Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly and Fred Haise.
There he is! There he is! Everybody quiet down!
We had a good touchdown.
We can verify the position of the opening l ought to have on the camera.
- Think it's too late for him to abort? - He still has time to get out.
He just needs somebody to wave him off. Pull up, Neil!
- Pull up! Pull up!
Okay, Neil, we can see you coming down the ladder now.
Look at those pictures. Wow.
l'm, uh, at the foot of the ladder.
The LEM footpads are only depressed in the surface about, uh...
one or two inches.
- lt's almost like a powder. - Armstrong is on the moon.
Neil Armstrong, 38-year-old American...
standing on the surface of the moon...
on this July 20, 1969.
That's one small step for man...
one giant leap for mankind.
His quote was...
''That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.''
Beyond the sea
Somewhere Waitin' for me
- You're drunk, Lovell. - Yeah.
l'm not used to the champagne.
l can't deal with cleaning up. Let's sell the house.
All right, let's sell the house.
They're back inside now lookin' up at us.
lsn't that somethin'?
l bet Jannie Armstrong doesn't get a wink of sleep tonight.
When you were on the far side on 8, l didn't sleep at all.
l just vacuumed over and over again.
Christopher Columbus, Charles Lindbergh and Neil Armstrong.
From now on, we live in a world where man has walked on the moon.
lt's not a miracle.
We just decided to go.
On Apollo 8, we were so close...
just 60 nautical miles down and--
lt was like l could just...
step out and walk on the face of it.
l want to go back there.
Where's my mountain?
Well, it-- Up there.
lt's, uh, right up by the--
lt's-- Okay, do you see where the shadow crosses...
the white area there?
That's the Sea of Tranquility...
and your mountain's right there on the edge of that.
lt's your mountain. Your mountain, Marilyn. Mount Marilyn.
l don't see it.
Well, you gotta look harder.
You-- You-- You look harder...
- Jim. - while l--
Down a crowded avenue
The astronaut is only the most visible member...
of a very large team, and all of us down to the guy sweeping the floor...
are honored to be a part of it.
What did the man say? ''Give me a lever long enough and l'll move the world''?
That's what we're doing here. This is divine inspiration.
lt's the best part of each one of us, the belief that anything is possible.
Things like a computer that can fit into a single room...
and hold millions of pieces of information...
or the Saturn 5 rocket.
This is the actual launch vehicle that will be taking Alan Shepard...
and his crew on the first leg of the Apollo 13 mission.
When are you going up again, Jim?
l'm slated to be the commander of Apollo 14 sometime late next year.
lf there is an Apollo 14.
Jim, people in my state have been asking why we're continuing...
to fund this program now that we've beaten the Russians to the moon.
lmagine if Christopher Columbus had come back from the new world...
and no one returned in his footsteps.
Attention, all personnel. Clear level three.
Are there any other questions?
How do you go to the bathroom in space?
Well, l tell you, it's a highly technical process...
of cranking down the window and looking for a gas station, which, uh--
Oh, there's Deke Slayton.
Deke, you might be able to answer this lady's question.
Deke is one of the original Mercury seven astronauts, ladies and gentlemen.
Now he's our boss. He hands out the astronauts' flight assignments...
so naturally we kick back part of our salaries to Deke.
- How much this month? - Can l have a minute? Something's come up.
Sure, you b-- Uh, Henry?
- Anybody home? - l'm not being a cheerleader, Mom!
You don't understand! l worked so hard on this!
Maybe l don't understand...
but you are not wearing that out in this neighborhood.
She's not even wearing a bra! You can see everything!
- Everybody. Marilyn, trick or treat. - Jim.
You know that Easter vacation trip we had planned for Acapulco?
l was thinkin' there might be a slight change in destination.
Maybe, say... the moon.
Al Shepard's ear infection has flared up...
and we've all been bumped up to the prime crew of Apollo 13.
Straight to the head of the line and the Fra Mauro highlands.
Six months? You're moving up six months?
- Dad, can l please wear this? - Sure.
- Jim. - No! No. Absolutely not.
- Don't you want somebody to love - This stinks!
They're not rushing things, are they?
You're gonna be ready in six months?
We'll be ready. Boy, l wouldn't want to be around Al Shepard tonight.
l gotta get over there. We're gonna have to get up to speed.
l'm gonna walk on the moon, Marilyn.
l know. l can't believe it.
Naturally, it's 13. Why 13?
lt comes after 12, hon.
Apollo 13, you are go for docking.
Apollo 13, you are go for docking.
All systems are nominal and on the line.
All systems are nominal and on the line.
Okay, S-4B is stable, slot panels are drifting free.
The drogue is clear. The docking target is clear.
Okay, l'm comin' up on that now. Two... one... mark.
Seventy-five feet. We're comin' up on docking.
Let's shut down some thrusters on 'em. We'll see what he does.
Whoa. Wait a minute.
l lost something here. l can't translate up.
Houston, we are drifting down and away.
- Wanna back off and take another run? - No, l got it.
Let me just try and get it stable here.
- l'm gonna reset the high gain. - Got the target back in the reticle.
We're stable. Go ahead and recycle the valves.
- Forty feet. - They're all gray.
- Easy. - Ten feet.
- Capture. - That's it!
- That's it. - Sweet move, Ken. Beautiful.
- Gentlemen, that is the way we do that. - Man, that woke me up.
Apollo 13 backup crew, you're up in the simulator.
- Nice job, gentlemen. - That's three hours of boredom...
followed by seven seconds of sheer terror.
Good job, guys. You just won the Christmas turkey.
Nice try, Frank. You really outfoxed 'em, brother.
Yeah, but it wasn't perfect. Used up too much fuel.
You're above the curve.
Not by much. Listen, guys, l wanna work it again.
Hey, we gotta be up with the dawn patrol headed for Bethpage, what, 0700?
- Wheels up at 0700. - Yeah, l know...
but my rate of turn is still a little slow.
l really think we should work it again.
- Well, let's get it right. - Okay, set it up again, Frank.
Okay, 13 backup crew. lt'll have to wait.
- Prime crew's up for another run. - Yeah, baby.
Apollo 13, we show S-4B shutdown...
and all systems are nominal.
Fred, set the S-band omni to B...
and when you get in the LEM, two forward.
Good shape over here.
Hey, we got a problem.
- Ken, get your helmet on! - l can't get it locked!
l thought the stars would fall down on you.
That's silly. Stars can't fall on us.
You're a smarter kid than l was.
How long will it take to get to the moon?
Four days. But that's pretty fast.
See, this is the Saturn 4B booster...
and it shoots us away from the Earth...
as fast as a bullet from a gun...
until the moon's gravity actually grabs us and pulls us...
into a circle around the moon...
which is called an orbit.
Fred and l float down the tunnel into the lunar module...
this spidery-lookin' guy.
Only holds two people, and it's just for landin' on the moon.
And l take the controls and l steer it around...
and l fly it down...
adjustin' it here, the attitude there, pitch, roll...
for a nice, soft landing on the moon.
Better than Neil Armstrong. Way better than Pete Conrad.
Dad... did you know the astronauts in the fire?
Yeah. Yeah, l did. l knew the astronauts in the fire. All of 'em.
Could that happen again?
Well, l'll tell ya somethin' about that fire.
Um, a lot of things went wrong.
The, uh-- The door.
lt's called the hatch. They couldn't get it open when they needed to get out.
That was one thing. And, uh--
Well, a lot of things went wrong in that fire.
Did they fix it?
Oh, yes. Absolutely. We fixed it.
lt's not a problem anymore.
l can't believe they still have you doing public appearances.
Well, Henry Hurt was... all over me.
l know. But with a training schedule this tight--
Well, it's-- lt's the program, Marilyn. You know, it's NASA.
Hey! Hey, you're Jim Lovell, aren't ya?
Hey! Lucky 13!
That's the second time it's done that.
l was looking at the kids' school schedule coming up.
- lt's a very busy week. - Yeah.
l'm thinking about not going to the launch.
The kids need me at home, honey.
Marilyn, we've had these kids for awhile now.
They've never kept you from comin' to the other launches.
But now we have your mother. She's just had this stroke.
lt's not like l've never been to a launch.
The other wives have not done three.
l just don't think l can go through all that.
l'll just be glad when this one's over.
Well, you're gonna miss a hell of a show.
- Jim. - Hey, guys. See ya in a few weeks.
Take care. Bring us back a moon rock.
So the number 13 doesn't bother you.
Only if it's a Friday, Phil.
Apollo 13, lifting off at 1300 hours and 13 minutes...
and entering the moon's gravity on April 13?
Uh, Ken Mattingly here has been doing some scientific experiments...
regarding that very phenomenon, haven't you?
Uh, yes. Well, l had a black cat, uh, walk over a broken mirror...
under the lunar module ladder.
lt didn't seem to be a problem.
We're considering a letter we got from a fella...
who said we oughta take a pig with us for good luck.
Does it bother you that the public regards this flight as routine?
There's nothing routine about flying to the moon. l can vouch for that.
And, uh, l think that an astronaut's last mission--
his final flight-- that's always going to be very special.
Why is this your last, Jim?
l'm in command of the best ship...
with the best crew that anybody could ask for...
and l'll be walking in a place where there's 400 degrees difference...
between sunlight and shadow.
l can't imagine, uh, ever topping that.
We have that scheduled for 0900 hours tomorrow.
- That's not gonna work, Walter. - Why?
Freddo and l are gonna be goin' over the lunar surface experiments tomorrow...
and Ken's gonna be back in the simulator.
We're gonna be goin' over the flight plan tonight.
Gonna pay a visit to this machine after you're hard down. Thanks.
Jim, we've got a problem.
We just got some blood work back from the lab. Charlie Duke has the measles.
So we need a new backup.
- You've all been exposed to it. - Oh, l've had the measles.
Ken Mattingly hasn't.
You wanna break up my crew two days before the launch...
when we can predict each other's moves, read the tone of each other's voices?
Ken Mattingly will be getting seriously ill...
precisely when you and Haise will be ascending from the lunar surface.
That's a lousy time for a fever.
Jack Swigert has been out of the loop for weeks.
He's fully qualified to fly this mission.
He's a fine pilot, but when was the last time he was in a simulator?
l'm sorry, Jim. l understand how you feel.
We can do one of two things.
We can either scrub Mattingly and go with Swigert...
or we can bump all three of you to a later mission.
l've trained for the Fra Mauro highlands...
and this is flight surgeon horseshit, Deke!
Jim, if you hold out for Ken, you will not be on Apollo 13.
lt's your decision.
Oh, let it ring.
Listen, l-l gotta take that.
- Oh, why? - Because l'm on the backup crew...
and the backup crew has to set up the guest list and book the hotel room.
Yes. Yes, sir. Uh-uh, l understand.
Thank you, sir.
Well, l, uh--
l had a feeling when they started doing all the blood tests that, uh--
l mean, l know it's their ass if l get sick up there, but, l mean-- Jesus!
Swigert, he'll be fine. He's, uh--
lt'll be a hell of a mission. One for the books.
You sure about this? Why don't l talk to Deke?
l'm sure we can work this out.
This was my call.
Must've been a tough one.
Look, l don't have the measles.
l'm not gonna get the measles.
Shit. Ken, wait up.
Trajectory is holding steady. We're right on the line.
We're into program 64. We're in 05 Gs, so we're feeling that gravity now.
Houston, we are at 400,000 feet passing entry interphase.
About to lose signal.
Reentry data is nominal, and we have radio blackout.
What's the story here?
l got a corridor light. We're comin' in too shallow.
l'm goin' to manual.
- Houston, switching to S.C.S. - Roger, Thirteen.
Okay, we're at three Gs.
We're comin' in too steep.
l'm gonna stay in this roll, see if l can pull us out.
We're at eight Gs.
- We're at 12 Gs. - Twelve Gs. We're burnin' up.
l gave 'em a false indicator light at entry interphase.
Even Mattingly didn't get it the first time.
How ya feelin', Freddo?
So what happened?
Came in too steep. We're dead.
- No shit. - Yeah, we were into program 67 there.
Okay, we're gonna do this again, obviously...
but give us a minute to get our switches reset.
Jim, could we have a word?
Oh, sure, Deke.
We're going to drop off line and debrief.
- So? - Well...
if l had a dollar for every time they killed me in this thing...
l wouldn't have to work for you, Deke.
Well, we have two days. We'll be ready.
Let's do it again.
Do it again.
Margaret, get them! Fred, Stephen, come here!
- Daddy! - Watch out! You'll fall!
We can't go across that road.
We don't want Daddy to get our germs and get sick in outer space.
Hey, boys. Not givin' your mom a hard time, are ya?
Princess, you look beautiful.
Well, hey, that looks like Marilyn Lovell.
But it can't be. She's not coming to the launch.
l heard it was gonna be a hell of a show.
Who told you that?
Some guy l know.
You can't live without me.
Okay, folks. Let's say good night.
- We got a big day tomorrow. - Good night!
You hear about Ken?
Stand back, please.
Ah, Guenter Wendt.
l wonder where Guenter went?
- You walk on ze moon, ja? - Ja. Ja, we walk and--
and we talk on ze moon.
How do you feel? Pretty good?
Good. Might be a little warmer in here, huh?
- How are you today? Ready? - Good. Yeah.
Oh! Oh! Jeez! Oh!
Oh, God, no!
- Okay, we have the oxygen burn system? - Check.
- We have the helmet restraint ring? - Check.
Communication umbilical on.
- Fred. - What?
- Gum. - Aw, sorry.
l'm gonna give these guys a beautiful ride.
Sure you will, Jack.
You need more air?
You want some apple?
- Marilyn, hey! - Mary.
Aw, l hate this already.
You're not just about to pop, are you?
No. l got 30 days 'til this blast-off.
This is for Gene.
Mrs. Kranz has pulled out the needle and thread again.
The last one looked like he bought it off a gypsy.
Well, you can't argue with tradition.
This is from your wife, Gene.
Thank you, Tom.
l was startin' to get worried.
There we go.
- l like it. l like that one, Gene. - Sharp, Gene.
Jim, you're all set.
Hey, Gene, l guess we can go now.
Save it for splashdown, guys.
Apollo 13 flight controllers, listen up.
Give me a go, no go for launch.
- Booster. - Go. - RETRO.
- Go. - FlDO. - We're go, Flight.
- Guidance. - Guidance go. - Surgeon.
- Go, Flight. - EECOM.
- We're go, Flight. - GNC. - We're go.
- TELMU. Control. - Go. - Go, Flight.
- Procedures. - Go. - lNCO.
- Go. - FAO. - We are go.
- Network. Recovery. - Go. - Go.
- CAPCOM. - We're go, Flight.
Launch Control, this is Houston. We are go for launch.
Roger that, Houston.
Pad leader, what's your status?
We are go for launch.
T minus 60 seconds and counting.
- Stand by. - Roger.
This is it. A few bumps and we're haulin' the mail.
Control, this is Guidance. They're ready for takeoff.
We are go for launch.
- T minus-- - 15... 14...
13... 12... 11...
six... ignition sequence starts...
three... two... one...
The clock is running!
We have lift-off!
Houston, we have cleared the tower at 1313.
Okay, guys, we got it.
Come on, baby. Come on.
Altitude is on the line.
Velocity right on the line.
Roll complete. We are pitching.
Thirteen, stand by for mode one Bravo.
FlDO, how we lookin'?
Looks good, Flight. Right down the middle.
We see your B.P.C. is clear, Thirteen.
Roger. E.D.S. to manual.
Get ready for a little jolt, fellas.
That was some little jolt.
Houston, we've got a center engine cutoff. Go on the other four.
Roger that, Thirteen. We show the same.
Booster, can you confirm that cutoff?
- Roger. Looks like we lost it. - FlDO, what's that going to do?
Stand by, Flight.
l need to know if the l.U.'s correcting for the shutdown.
Houston, what's the story on engine five?
We're still go. We'll be all right as long as we don't lose another one.
- Roger that. - Thirteen, we're not sure why the inboard was out...
but the other engines are go, so we're gonna burn those engines...
a little bit longer.
Roger that. Our gimbals are good.
Our trim is good.
Looks like we just had our glitch for this mission.
- 13, stand by for staging. - Roger that.
S-2 shutdown. S-4B ignition.
Thrust looks good, Flight.
Flight, S-4B cutoff in ten seconds.
Thirteen, this is Houston. Predicted cutoff is 12 plus 34, over.
Coming up on 12 minutes 34.
- And-- - SECO!
And that, gentlemen, is how we do that.
Oh, boy. Hope l can sleep.
Mom, that was loud.
Here, hold my hand.
l can't believe you did this four times.
The worst part's over.
Listen, this doesn't stop for me until he lands on that aircraft carrier.
Well, you just look so calm about it.
lf the flight surgeon had to okay me for this mission, l'd be grounded.
Mrs. Lovell! Mrs. Haise! Can we speak to you?
Can we just have a word with you?
Remember, you're proud, happy and thrilled.
- How're ya feeling? - Well, very proud...
and very happy, and we're thrilled.
Flight, Booster. l show S-4B shutdown.
T.L.l. is on the money. Looks good, Flight.
Okay, guys. We're goin' to the moon.
Flight, we have reacquisition of signal at Hawaii.
Flight, everything looks good.
Okay, Houston. C.M.P. here.
l've exchanged couches with Jim. l'm in the pilot's seat.
l'm gonna go ahead and get set for transposition and docking.
Roger that, Jack.
Freddo, you okay?
Okay, let's get turned around and pick up the lunar module.
Odyssey, you're go for pyro arm and docking...
and we recommend you secure cabin pressurization.
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Amityville Horror 5 - The Curse 1990
Amityville Horror 6 - Its About Time (1992)
Amityville Horror The CD1
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Amor Brujo El (Carlos Saura 1986)
Amour en Fuite L
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An American Werewolf in Paris
An Autumn Afternoon 1962
Anacondas - The Hunt For The Blood Orchid
Analyze That (2002)
Analyze This (1999)
Anatomie 2 2003
Anatomy of a Murder 1959 CD1
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And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
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Angel Heart Devil Face
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Angels In America - Chapter 4
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Angels With Dirty Faces 1938
Angels of the Universe
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Animals Are Beautiful People
Anna In Kungfu Land 2003
Anne Frank - The Whole Story CD1
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Annie Get Your Gun
Annie Hall 1977
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Another 48 Hours
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Any Given Sunday
Anywhere But Here
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Apocalypse Now - Redux
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Appartement Le 1996 CD1
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April Fools Day
Architekten Die 1990
Arizona Dream CD1
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Army in the Shadows 1969 CD1
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Aro Tolbukhin En la Mente del Asesino (Agustin Villaronga 2002)
Around The World In 80 Days 2004 CD1
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Around The World In 80 Days CD1
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Arsenic And Old Lace 1944
Art Of War The
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As Long As My Feet Will Carry Me CD1
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As bodas de Deus (1998) CD1
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Asphalt Jungle The
Asterix In Britain 1986
Asterix and Obelix Mission Cleopatra 2002
At Close Range
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Atlantis - The Lost Empire
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Atlantis The Lost Empire
Attack The Gas Station
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Audition The (1999 Japanese)
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me
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Autumn Sonata 1978
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Awara Paagal Deewana
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Azul y Blanco
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