In 1969, as NASA was preparing to put a man on the moon for the first time, the agency hired Theo Kamecke to create a documentary about the event. Theo was the only civilian allowed anywhere near the project, but his final movie was only briefly exposed to the public before nearly being lost forever.
The original footage was recovered and a two disc DVD has been released in time for the 40th anniversary of that historic mission.
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