Queen of Outer Space (1958) was a Adventure - Fantasy Film directed by Edward Bernds .
Queen of Outer Space (1958)By Lindsey on May 24, 2012 From The Motion Pictures
Three American astronauts – Captain Patterson (Eric Fleming), Lt. Cruze (Dave Willock) and Lt. Turner (Patrick Waltz) – and a professor (Paul Birch) are on a new mission and will be the first men to travel to Venus. To their surprise, they find the planet to be much more Earth-like than ... Read full article
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Prof. Konrad: It would appear that all things are possible in space.
Prof. Konrad: Perhaps this is a civilization that exists without sex.
Lt. Larry Turner: You call that civilization?
Prof. Konrad: Frankly, no.
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The project was originally announced as "Queen of the Universe" by Allied Artists in 1951 and was to have been produced by Walter Wanger.
In an interview, director Edward Bernds said that Zsa Zsa Gabor got very "testy" with the actresses playing the Venusian girls. They were mostly beauty contest winners, and were many years - and in some cases a few decades - younger than her. When she noticed that the crew was paying more attention to the tall, leggy, mini-skirted "Venusians" than they were to her, she became very difficult to work with. He said that Gabor gave producer Ben Schwalb such a hard time on the picture that Schwalb eventually wound up in the hospital with ulcers.
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