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A claymation anti-nuclear film during which an earth man flies a rocket to Venus. The survivors of an atomic war explain the demise of their once great civilization. The earth man invites his new friend back to earth, but after viewing the planet through a telescope he declines with the poignant statement, "once is enough for me."

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Year 1960

Reference number F15547

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Short

Duration 0:12:11

Production company PLASTI-CINE

Credits Producer: Fred O'Neill
Scenery: Pete Souter

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