Solar Crisis (1990)


A huge solar flare is predicted to fry the Earth. Astronauts must go to the Sun to drop a talking bomb... (source: imdb.com)

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Release Date
14 July 1990
Budget
$55,000,000
Tagline
In the year 2050, the battle to save the earth will be fought on the sun.
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Filming Locations
Baker, California, USA
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Solar Crisis is a 1990 science fiction film from Japan America Picture Company. The screenplay was written by Joe Gannon and Tedi Sarafian (credited as Crispan Bolt, Tedi is the director's son), based on the novel Kuraishisu niju-goju nen by Takeshi Kawata, and directed by Richard C. Sarafian credited as Alan Smithee. The cast featured Tim Matheson as Steve Kelso, Charlton Heston as Adm. 'Skeet' Kelso, Peter Boyle as Arnold Teague, Annabel Schofield as Alex Noffe, Corin Nemec as Mike Kelso and Jack Palance as Travis. The executive producers were Takeshi Kawata and Takehito Sadamura, with Richard Edlund and veteran sound editor James Nelson as its producers.

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