- Monday 29th June 2020, 6:04am
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Once in a New Moon (1934)
This is just plain weird, and the only reason I watched it, about a village that is ripped out and away from the Earth by a passing dead star and orbits the Earth. The premise then revolves around the local squire trying to take governmental control, but the villagers eventually having none of it.
Flouts so many scientific principles, but why let that get in the way of a good (?) story.
No one of note except for Thorley Walters in his first film and the ubiquitous Wally Patch.