Destination Moon (1950) is an American science fiction film produced by George Pal. The film was directed by Irving Pichel, shot in Technicolor, and distributed in the United States and UK by independent Eagle-Lion Classics. Pal produced the first major U. S. science fiction film to deal with the dangers inherent in space travel and with the possible difficulties of landing on and safely returning from our only satellite
Directed by André De Toth. With Vincent Price, Frank Lovejoy, Phyllis Kirk, Carolyn Jones. An associate burns down a wax museum with the owner inside, but he survives only to become vengeful and murderous.