Director: Ronald Neame Cast: Sean Connery, Natalie Wood, Karl Malden


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The Soviets and Americans combine forces to save the world from a meteor in this science fiction disaster adventure. Bradley (Sean Connery) is an American scientist who teams up with Dubov (Brian Keith), and his translator-assistant Tatiana (Natalie Wood) later falls in love with Bradley. Hong Kong and New York are hit hard by tidal waves as the scientists race against time to prevent global disaster. Although a fine cast is assembled, nobody stands out, and the real star of the film is the special effects. This 18-million-dollar feature faced real economic disaster at the box office, although four engineers received an Oscar nomination for "Best Sound" for this forgettable film.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/16/2014
UPC: 0738329138721
Original Release: 1979
Rating: PG
Source: Kl Studio Classics
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 27,378

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean Connery Dr. Paul Bradley
Natalie Wood Tatiana Nikolaevna Donskaya
Karl Malden Harry Sherwood, Director of NASA
Brian Keith Dr. Alexei Dubov, Russian Astrophysicist
Martin Landau Gen. Barry Adlon, Hercules Project Director
Trevor Howard Sir. Michael Hughes
Richard Dysart Secretary of Defense
Henry Fonda President of the United States
Joseph Campanella Gen. Easton, Air Force Chief of Staff
Christine Baur Actor
John Moio Actor
Boyd "Red" Morgan Actor
Ronald Neame British Representative
Allen Williams Russian Premier,Astronaut Michael McKendrick
Bo Brundin Manheim
Katherine de Hetre Jan Watkins, Trajectory Analysis Officer
James G. Richardson Alan Marshall
Roger Robinson Bill Hunter
Michael Zaslow Sam Mason
John McKinney Peter Watson
John Findlater Astronaut Tom Easton
Paul Tulley Astronaut Bill Frager
Bibi Besch Helen Bradley
Clyde Kusatsu Yamashiro
Burke Byrnes Coast Guard Officer
Charles Bartlett Guard
Raymond O'Keefe Guard
Henry Olek Army Translator
Peter Bourne United Nations President
Stanley Mann Canadian Representative
Philip Sterling Russian Representative
Arthur Adams Zambian Representative
Fred Carney United States Representative
Sybil Danning Girl Skier
Eileen Saki Siberian Woman
Joan Foley Communications Center Technician
Paul Laurence Communications Center Technician
Read Morgan Communications Center Technician
Conrad Palmisano Communications Center Technician
Jesse Wayne Communications Center Technician
Carole Hemingway Sherwood's Secretary
Clete Roberts Network Newscaster
Stu Nahan Football Announcer
Osman Ragheb Swiss TV Newscaster
James Bacon News Reporter
Selma Archerd Woman in Subway
Domingo Ambriz Boy with Radio
Peter Donat Opening Sequence Narrator
Gregory Gaye Russian Premier
Joe Medalis Bartender
Bill Couch Communications Center Technician

Technical Credits
Ronald Neame Director
Del Armstrong Makeup
Bruce Paul Barbour Stunts
Ed Butterworth Makeup
Edward C. Carfagno Production Designer
David A. Constable Art Director
Ted Duncan Stunts
Larry Duran Stunts
Barbara Eaton Stunts
Len Glascow Stunts
Janice Hampton Editor
Sandy Howard Executive Producer
Marilyn Jones Stunts
Gabriel Katzka Executive Producer
Edmond Koons Camera Operator
Carl Kress Editor
Barbara Krieger Set Decoration/Design
Jack Lilley Stunts
Paul Lohmann Cinematographer
Stanley Mann Screenwriter
Daniel McCauley Asst. Director
Edmund H. North Original Story,Screenwriter
Arnold H. Orgolini Producer
Nick Palmisano Stunts
Theodore R. Parvin Producer
Glen Robinson Special Effects
George Robotham Stunts
Laurence Rosenthal Score Composer
Sonny Shields Stunts
Hallie Smith-Simmons Makeup
Jack Solomon Sound/Sound Designer
Lynn Stalmaster Casting
Albert Wolsky Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Meteor
1. Chapter I
2. Chapter II
3. Chapter III
4. Chapter IV
5. Chapter V
6. Chapter VI
7. Chapter VII
8. Chapter VIII

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Meteor 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
CrusaderGA More than 1 year ago
One of the best sci-fi and disaster films ever made.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why pictures like Meteor don't quite gel often is a mystery. The great cast (which also includes an under-utilized Henry Fonda), skilled director, solid special effects, and important message combine for only average results. I think it's the weak script, which provides minimal character development and few opportunities for a viewer to become emotionally involved. Regardless, Meteor is worth seeing for some nice moments and for Natalie Wood, whose keen talent, bright spirit, and glorious career grow more precious each year. Thank you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Titanic, 12 Monkeys, Indiana Jones; Great stories, inventive, real acting. It puts Meteor to shame now, but at least Meteor had a grandiose moral statement and the acting was good for what they had to work with. 1979, 3 stars. 2004, 2 stars.