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  • Genre: Adventure | Drama | History
  • Release Date: 22 September 1995 (UK)
  • Runtime: 140 min
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  • Rate: 7.6/10 total 160,060 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Drama | History
  • Release Date: 22 September 1995 (UK)
  • Runtime: 140 min
  • Filming Location: Ambassador Hotel – 3400 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $62,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $1,736,281 (USA) (9 April 2004)
  • Director: Ron Howard
  • Stars: Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: James Horner   
  • Soundtrack: Beyond The Sea
  • Sound Mix: DTS-Stereo | DTS | IMAX 6-Track (IMAX version) | Dolby SR
  • Plot Keyword: Space | Astronaut | Apollo 13 | NASA | Moon

Apollo 13 (1995) Writing Credits By:

  • Jim Lovell (book "Lost Moon") &
  • Jeffrey Kluger (book "Lost Moon")
  • William Broyles Jr. (screenplay) &
  • Al Reinert (screenplay)

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Apollo 13 (1995) Known Trivia

  • The cast and crew flew between 500 and 600 parabolic arcs in NASA’s KC-135 airplane (nicknamed the “Vomit Comet”) to achieve real weightlessness. Apollo 13 1995 Each of the arcs got them 23 seconds of zero gravity. Apollo 13 1995 All of these flights were completed in 13 days. Apollo 13 1995 The actual KC135 used (NASA serial number N930NA) was decommissioned in 2000 after 27 years of service and is on display at Ellington Field. Apollo 13 1995 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The line that Jim Lovell asks his crewmates, “Gentlemen, what are your intentions? Mine are to go home.” needs some context. Apollo 13 1995 While Lovell actually said this, it seems slightly forced and out of place. Apollo 13 1995 This is because when he said it on the mission, they were just coming out of from the far side of the moon and had a critical engine burn coming up. Apollo 13 1995 Since it was Swigert and Haise’s first mission, they were taking pictures instead of preparing for the burn. Apollo 13 1995 That’s why Lovell said the line, adding, “If we don’t get home, you won’t be able to have your pictures developed.” 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Jim Lovell’s line “I vonder vere Guenter vent” was made popular by the crew of Apollo 7. Apollo 13 1995 Guenter Wendt was NASA’s “pad leader” during the Apollo program and was the last man seen by crews before liftoff. Apollo 13 1995 After Wendt closed Apollo 7′s hatch and his face disappeared from the window, CSM pilot Donn Eisele said, “I wonder where Guenter went.” Commander Wally Schirra claims to have stolen the line and made it famous among astronaut crews. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Film’s line “Houston, we have a problem.” was voted as the #50 Film quote by the American Film Institute (out of 100). Apollo 13 1995 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Jim Lovell wore his old navy captain’s uniform in the scene where he greets the astronauts aboard the Iwo Jima. Apollo 13 1995 When Ron Howard asked Lovell if he’d like to be in the film as the ship’s admiral, Lovell agreed but pointed out, “I retired as a captain; a captain I will be.” 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Gary Sinise, who plays the part of Kenneth Mattingly, shares the same birthday with him: March 17. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Over the course of lunch with his idol Billy Wilder, Ron Howard has said that he was thrilled to learn that Wilder deemed this Film to be Howard’s best work as a director because it was about a guy who did NOT realize his dream, and that’s what made it so remarkable. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Ron Howard liked to refer to his stars as “actronauts” on the shoot. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Footage of the Saturn V was created specifically for this film; no Saturn V stock footage was used. Apollo 13 1995 The Saturn V launch was a combination of traditional miniatures, pyro, and digital effects. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • At one point during the return flight there is a bang and nobody is very alarmed; it’s just a “burst helium disk.” This was actually a significant event, though an expected consequence of the situation. Apollo 13 1995 The helium disk served a protective function in the LM descent engine and, after it burst, they might no longer be able to restart that engine. Apollo 13 1995 A final course correction, not shown in the Film, had to be done using thrusters instead. Apollo 13 1995 1 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: When CapCom Andy says "Roger Odyssey, we copy your venting." the shot ends with him sitting down. Apollo 13 1995 Immediately following this, there is a closer shot of him sitting down again.

Apollo 13 (1995) Plot: Three astronauts must devise a strategy to return to Earth safely after their spacecraft undergoes massive internal damage. Apollo 13 1995 Full summary »  »

Apollo 13 (1995) Story: Based on the true story of the ill-fated 13th Apollo mission bound for the moon. Apollo 13 1995 Astronauts Lovell, Haise and Swigert were scheduled to fly Apollo 14, but are moved up to 13. Apollo 13 1995 It’s 1970, and America have already achieved their lunar landing goal, so there’s little interest in this “routine” flight.. Apollo 13 1995 until that is, things go very wrong, and prospects of a safe return fade. Apollo 13 1995 Written byRob Hartill

Synopsis

Apollo 13 (1995) Synopsis: The Apollo 1 crew is shown getting into their spacecraft for a simulation that goes terribly wrong when a fire starts and they can’t get out. Apollo 13 1995 Walter Cronkite says in voice-over, "Inspired by the late President Kennedy, in only 7 years America has risen to the challenge of what he called the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure on which man has ever embarked. Apollo 13 1995 After trailing the Russians for years with our manned space program, and after that sudden horrible fire on the launch pad during a routine test that killed American astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee, there were serious doubts that we could beat the Russians to the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 But tonight, a mere eighteen months after the tragedy of Apollo 1, the entire world watched in awe as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 The big news came just a moment ago. Apollo 13 1995 Mission Control gave the astronauts permission to go for the extra-vehicular activity, that is, for the walk on the Moon, far earlier than anticipated, 9 pm Eastern Daylight Time."

It’s July 20, 1969. Apollo 13 1995 Astronaut Jim Lovell (Tom Hanks) is having a party at his house to celebrate the Apollo 11 Moon landing. Apollo 13 1995 Astronaut Jack Swigert (Kevin Bacon) is telling a blonde girl named Tracy about "penetrating the Lunar Module," demonstrating this with a glass and a beer bottle. Apollo 13 1995 "When you feel that thing slide in, everything’s clickin’, it’s like no other feeling in the world." She laughs at his double entendre.

Lovell comes in and jokingly asks what the big occasion is. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert asks how things are going at Mission Control, and he says, "It’s a nervous time. Apollo 13 1995 They’re pacing around, smoking like chimneys, [Flight Director] Gene Kranz is gonna have puppies." Swigert introduces Lovell to Tracy by saying, "This is the man. Apollo 13 1995 Gemini 7, Gemini 12, Apollo 8, they were the first ones around the moon, this guy did ten laps." Lovell says, "With one hand on the wheel." His wife Marilyn (Kathleen Quinlan) asks where he’s been; he shows her a case of "the last champagne in the city of Houston." He gives it to his son Jay (Max Elliott Slade), a military cadet, to put on ice, and tells him to get a haircut. Apollo 13 1995 Jay protests that he’s on vacation.

Lovell has many pictures and mementos from the Apollo 8 mission in his house. Apollo 13 1995 Astronauts Ken Mattingly (Gary Sinise) and Fred Haise (Bill Paxton) look at them. Apollo 13 1995 They’re scheduled to fly on Apollo 14 with Lovell. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says he wouldn’t mind being up there tonight; Haise tells him their day is coming. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says his cousin called and asked who they bribed to get on Jim Lovell’s crew. Apollo 13 1995 "I just told him, they wanted to make sure he got the best." Haise says, "Well, they got that right." The two shake hands.

Everyone gathers in front of the TV to watch the Moon walk. Apollo 13 1995 Astronaut Pete Conrad (David Andrews) gets up to say he appreciates everyone coming to "this dress rehearsal party for my Apollo 12 landing." Lovell tells him to sit down. Apollo 13 1995 Conrad says, "I think we should take a moment to appreciate the exemplary, hell, damn near heroic effort displayed by Neil Armstrong’s backup for this historic Moon walk, and of course his crew. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s hear it for Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly and Fred Haise!" Everyone claps. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn tells them to quiet down as Neil Armstrong appears on the screen. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell calls for his three younger children to come and watch. Apollo 13 1995 Conrad jokingly asks Lovell if it’s too late for Armstrong to abort; Lovell says, "No, he still has time to get out. Apollo 13 1995 He just needs somebody to wave him off. Apollo 13 1995 Pull up, Neil!" Other people laugh and yell, "Pull up!" Marilyn again says, "Sssh!" On TV, Cronkite expresses amazement at how good the pictures from the Moon are, and Armstrong describes the lunar surface. Apollo 13 1995 Then he steps down from the ladder and says, "That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

Later, Lovell stands in his backyard looking at the almost-full moon. Apollo 13 1995 He closes one eye and covers the moon with his thumb. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn comes outside and says, "You’re drunk, Lovell." "Yeah," he admits. Apollo 13 1995 "I’m not used to the champagne." She says, "Me neither. Apollo 13 1995 I can’t deal with cleaning up; let’s sell the house." Lovell says, "All right, let’s sell the house. Apollo 13 1995 They’re back inside now, looking up at us. Apollo 13 1995 Isn’t that something?" Marilyn settles into a lawn chair and says Armstrong’s wife probably won’t get any sleep tonight, and that when Lovell was on the moon’s far side on Apollo 8, she didn’t sleep and just stayed up vacuuming the house. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Christopher Columbus and Charles Lindbergh and Neil Armstrong." He laughs and repeats, "Neil Armstrong!" Marilyn laughs too. Apollo 13 1995 He sits down in a chair next to hers and says, "From now on, we live in a world where man has walked on the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 And it’s not a miracle; we just decided to go. Apollo 13 1995 On Apollo 8, we were so close. Apollo 13 1995 Just 60 nautical miles down, and it was like I could just . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 step out and walk on the face of it. Apollo 13 1995 I want to go back there." Marilyn asks where Mount Marilyn is on the moon because Lovell named it after her. Apollo 13 1995 He tries to point out where it is. Apollo 13 1995 She says she doesn’t see it. Apollo 13 1995 He tells her she has to look harder, then crawls into her chair with her and starts kissing her as they both laugh.

On October 30, Lovell is giving some politicians and other people a tour of NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building at Cape Kennedy. Apollo 13 1995 He tells them, "The astronaut is only the most visible member of a very large team, and all of us, right down to the guy sweeping the floor, are honored to be a part of it. Apollo 13 1995 What did the man say, give me a lever long enough and I’ll move the world? Well, that’s exactly what we’re doing here. Apollo 13 1995 This is divine inspiration, folks. Apollo 13 1995 It’s the best part of every one of us, the part that believes anything is possible. Apollo 13 1995 Things like a computer that can fit into a single room and hold millions of pieces of information, or the Saturn 5 rocket. Apollo 13 1995 Now, this is the actual launch vehicle that will be taking Alan Shepard and his crew on the first leg of the Apollo 13 mission." A politician in the group asks when Lovell will go up again. Apollo 13 1995 He says he’s going to command Apollo 14 next year. Apollo 13 1995 The politician says, "If there is an Apollo 14. Apollo 13 1995 Now Jim, people in my state have been asking why we’re continuing to fund this program now that we’ve beaten the Russians to the moon." Lovell replies, "Imagine if Christopher Columbus came back from the New World, and no one returned in his footsteps." A woman asks how people go to the bathroom in space. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells her, "It’s a highly technical process of cranking down the window and looking for a gas station." Deke Slayton (Chris Ellis), one of the Mercury Seven astronauts, comes in. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells the tour group that Slayton hands out the flight assignments, so the astronauts kick back part of their salaries to him every month; he asks how much Slayton wants this month. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton says something’s come up and they need to talk.

Back at the Lovell home in Houston, his older daughter Barbara (Mary Kate Schellhardt) is arguing with Marilyn about her hippie Halloween costume. Apollo 13 1995 The two younger children, Jeffrey (Miko Hughes) and Susan (Emily Ann Lloyd), are dressed as a skeleton and a ballerina; Marilyn says Barbara’s costume is too revealing. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell comes home unexpectedly. Apollo 13 1995 After greeting everyone, he says, "You know that Easter vacation trip we had planned for Acapulco?" Marilyn says, "Uh-oh." Jim says, "I was thinking there might be a slight change in destination . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 maybe, say, the moon." Marilyn gasps and hugs him. Apollo 13 1995 He says that he, Haise and Mattingly have been bumped up to the prime crew of Apollo 13 because Alan Shepard has a recurrent ear infection. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn says, "You’re moving up six months?" Barbara interrupts to ask her father if she can wear her hippie costume. Apollo 13 1995 He says sure, but Marilyn protests, so he changes his answer to, "No! No, absolutely not." Barbara storms out of the room. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn asks if NASA is rushing things and if they’ll be ready in six months. Apollo 13 1995 He says they’ll be ready and that he wouldn’t want to be around Shepard tonight. Apollo 13 1995 Before he leaves the house, he says, "I’m gonna walk on the moon, Marilyn." She says, "I know, I can’t believe it. Apollo 13 1995 Naturally, it’s 13. Apollo 13 1995 Why 13?" Lovell says, "It comes after 12, hon." She smirks at him.

Three months before the launch, Lovell, Haise and Mattingly spend time in the simulator and practice docking with the lunar excursion module (LEM). Apollo 13 1995 The technicians shut down some of the thrusters without warning to see how Mattingly would handle this during an actual flight. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly is caught off guard for a moment, but he manages to complete the procedure successfully. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Gentleman, that is the way we do that." Haise says, "Man, that woke me up." When they get out of the simulator, Lovell describes the experience as "three hours of boredom followed by seven seconds of sheer terror." Everyone is impressed with Mattingly for his handling of the problem, but he says he used up too much fuel and wants to do the simulation again. Apollo 13 1995 Haise complains that they have to get up early the next day, but Mattingly says his rate of turn is too slow and that he wants to do it again. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Well, let’s get it right." They get ready to do it again.

Marilyn has a nightmare about things going terribly wrong during the Apollo 13 mission. Apollo 13 1995 She dreams that the hatch gets blown, the cabin gets de-pressurized, and her husband gets knocked out of the ship and into space. Apollo 13 1995 She wakes up in the morning frightened. Apollo 13 1995 It is three weeks prior to launch. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell is already up; he’s in Jeffrey’s bedroom having a cup of coffee and answering Jeffrey’s questions about the flight. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn stands in the hallway and listens. Apollo 13 1995 Jeffrey asks how long it will take to get to the moon; Lovell talks to him about the launch and the lunar orbit, and demonstrates how that works with a miniature model of the spacecraft. Apollo 13 1995 He holds up the model of the LM and says, "Then Fred and I float down the tunnel into this guy, the Lunar Module, this spidery-looking guy . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 only holds two people and it’s just for landing on the moon. Apollo 13 1995 And I take the controls, and I steer it around, and I fly it down, adjusting it here, the attitude there, pitch, roll . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 for a nice, soft, landing on the moon. Apollo 13 1995 Better than Neil Armstrong. Apollo 13 1995 Way better than [Apollo 12 commander] Pete Conrad." Marilyn smiles at this. Apollo 13 1995 Jeffrey asks if Lovell knew the astronauts in the fire, referring to the Apollo 1 disaster. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says yes, he knew all of them. Apollo 13 1995 Jeffrey asks if that could happen again. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Well, I’ll tell you something about that fire. Apollo 13 1995 Um, a lot of things went wrong. Apollo 13 1995 The door, it’s called the hatch, they couldn’t get it open when they needed to get out. Apollo 13 1995 That was one thing. Apollo 13 1995 And, uh, well, a lot of things went wrong in that fire." Jeffrey asks if they fixed it. Apollo 13 1995 "Oh, yes, absolutely, we fixed it," Lovell reassures him. Apollo 13 1995 "It’s not a problem anymore."

It’s evening. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell and Marilyn are in their red Corvette on the way to a public appearance. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn complains that NASA shouldn’t be asking her husband to do public appearances with a training schedule this tight. Apollo 13 1995 They stop at a red light. Apollo 13 1995 A guy in another car recognizes Lovell. Apollo 13 1995 "Hey, you’re Jim Lovell, aren’t you? Hey! Lucky 13! Right on!" Lovell smiles and salutes him. Apollo 13 1995 The light turns green. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell’s engine stalls. Apollo 13 1995 "That’s the second time it’s done that," he complains and restarts it. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn tells him that the children have a busy school schedule and she’s thinking about not going to the launch because "the kids need me at home." Lovell says, "Marilyn, we’ve had these kids for awhile now. Apollo 13 1995 They’ve never kept you from coming to the other launches." Marilyn says she’s worried about his mother, who had a stroke recently. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says his mom is fine. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn says, "It’s not like I’ve never been to a launch before. Apollo 13 1995 The other wives have not done three. Apollo 13 1995 I just don’t think I can go through all that. Apollo 13 1995 I’ll just be glad when this one’s over." Lovell says, "Well, you’re gonna miss a hell of a show."

Jim gets on the plane to fly to Florida for the launch. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn is outside doing yard work and looks up to see a plane fly overhead.

Four days before the launch, Lovell, Haise and Mattingly are at a press conference. Apollo 13 1995 They wear their spacesuits and pose for pictures before a background photo of a nebula. Apollo 13 1995 A reporter asks if the number 13 bothers them. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says only if it’s a Friday. Apollo 13 1995 The reporter persists, "Apollo 13, lifting off at 1300 hours and 13 minutes and entering the Moon’s gravity on April 13th?" Lovell says Mattingly has been doing some scientific experiments on this phenomenon. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says, "Yes, well, I had a black cat walk over a broken mirror under the Lunar Module ladder, it didn’t seem to be a problem." Haise says, "We also considered a real helpful letter from a fella who said we ought to take a pig up with us for good luck." The reporters laugh. Apollo 13 1995 One of them asks if it bothers the crew that the public sees the flight as routine. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell replies, "There’s nothing routine about flying to the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 I can vouch for that. Apollo 13 1995 And I think that an astronaut’s last mission, his final flight, well, that’s always gonna be very special." A reporter asks why this is his last. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "I’m in command of the best ship with the best crew that anybody could ask for. Apollo 13 1995 And I’ll be walking in a place where there’s 400 degrees difference between sunlight and shadow. Apollo 13 1995 I can’t imagine ever topping that."

Two days before the launch, Lovell is approached by Deke Slayton and the Flight Surgeon (Christian Clemenson) who tell him there’s a problem. Apollo 13 1995 Backup crew member Charlie Duke has been diagnosed with measles; this means all the astronauts have been exposed. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says he’s had the measles. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton says, "Ken Mattingly hasn’t."

Lovell, Slayton, the Flight Surgeon and NASA Director Chris Kraft (Joe Spano) meet in Kraft’s office. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell is angry that they want to break up his crew "two days before the launch, when we can predict each other’s moves, when we can read the tone of each other’s voices." The Flight Surgeon says Mattingly will get seriously ill at an important stage of the mission. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell complains that his backup, Jack Swigert, "has been out of the loop for weeks." Kraft says NASA can either replace Mattingly with Swigert or bump all three of them to a later mission. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "I’ve trained for the Fra Mauro highlands, and this is Flight Surgeon horseshit, Deke!" Slayton just says if Lovell decides to hold out for Mattingly, he won’t be on Apollo 13 and it’s his decision.

Swigert is in the shower with a girlfriend when the phone rings. Apollo 13 1995 He says he has to answer it because "I’m on the backup crew, and the backup crew has to set up the guest list and book the hotel room." He answers the phone wearing a towel and says, very calmly, "Yes sir. Apollo 13 1995 Uh-huh, I understand. Apollo 13 1995 Thank you, sir." He hangs up the phone with a dazed expression, walks a few steps, then screams for joy.

Mattingly sits in a room at the Kennedy Space Center looking stunned, having just been told by Lovell that he won’t be on the mission. Apollo 13 1995 He tries to maintain his composure, but he’s visibly shocked and disappointed. Apollo 13 1995 "Damn. Apollo 13 1995 Medical guys. Apollo 13 1995 I had the feeling when they started doing all the blood tests that … Apollo 13 1995 I mean, I know it’s their ass if I get sick up there, but I mean… Apollo 13 1995 Jesus! Oh, boy. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert, he’ll be fine. Apollo 13 1995 He’s, uh, he’s strong. Apollo 13 1995 It’ll be a hell of a mission. Apollo 13 1995 One for the books. Apollo 13 1995 You’re sure about this, Jim? I mean, why don’t I go upstairs and talk to Deke? I’m sure we can work this out." Lovell says this was his decision. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says it must have been a tough one. Apollo 13 1995 "Look, I don’t have the measles. Apollo 13 1995 I’m not gonna get the measles." He storms out of the room. Apollo 13 1995 Haise follows him. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell stays where he is and looks at the floor.

Lovell, Haise and their new crew member Swigert go through a re-entry simulation. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert sees a warning light that their trajectory is too shallow. Apollo 13 1995 He tries to correct it, becoming increasingly nervous in the process, but instead they come in too steep. Apollo 13 1995 "12 G’s, we’re burning up," Lovell announces. Apollo 13 1995 A technician says he gave the crew a false indicator light at entry interface and that Mattingly didn’t get it the first time either. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says he’s feeling "char-broiled." Lovell asks what happened. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "Came in too steep. Apollo 13 1995 We’re dead." Haise says, "No shit." Lovell says they’re going to do the simulation again. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton wants to talk to him first. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells him, "If I had a dollar for every time they killed me in this thing, I wouldn’t have to work for you, Deke. Apollo 13 1995 We have two days, and we’ll be ready. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s do it again." Slayton turns to the technicians and says, "Do it again."

The night before the launch, the astronauts see their families for the last time before the mission. Apollo 13 1995 They have to stand across the road from them to prevent any last-minute exposure to germs. Apollo 13 1995 Haise’s young sons try to run across the road to see him and have to be stopped. Apollo 13 1995 His wife Mary (Tracy Reiner) tells them, "We don’t want Daddy to get any of our germs and get sick in outer space, right?" She is very pregnant. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says, "Princess, you look beautiful." A woman calls out to Swigert. Apollo 13 1995 He smiles at her. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn appears suddenly and joins the crowd. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Well, hey, that looks like Marilyn Lovell. Apollo 13 1995 But it can’t be, she’s not coming to the launch." Marilyn says, "I heard it was gonna be a hell of a show." Lovell asks who told her this, and she replies, "Some guy I know." He laughs and says, "You can’t live without me!" A NASA member tells everyone to say goodnight because the astronauts have a big day tomorrow. Apollo 13 1995 Everyone says goodnight. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell asks Marilyn if she heard about Ken. Apollo 13 1995 She says yes. Apollo 13 1995 He blows her a kiss and she returns the gesture.

It’s April 11th, launch day. Apollo 13 1995 The Apollo 13 crew begins the long process of getting suited up. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert and Haise both say they’re feeling good when asked. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell jokes with Pad Leader Guenter Wendt and says, "I wonder where Guenter went?" in a German accent.

Meanwhile, Marilyn takes a shower in her motel room, and her wedding ring slips off and falls down the drain.

Swigert says, "I’m gonna give these guys a beautiful ride" before the technician puts on his helmet. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert appears to be holding his breath; the technician asks if he needs more air, but he shakes his head. Apollo 13 1995 Presumably he is just nervous.

Marilyn and Mary get ready to watch the launch. Apollo 13 1995 Mary says, "I hate this already." Referring to her pregnancy, Marilyn asks if she’s "about to pop." Mary says, "No, I got 30 days till this blast-off."

At Mission Control in Houston, lead Flight Director Gene Kranz (Ed Harris) also has to get suited up for the mission. Apollo 13 1995 As the leader of the White Team, it’s a NASA tradition for him to wear a white vest with the mission insignia. Apollo 13 1995 A box containing the vest is delivered to him. Apollo 13 1995 The Flight Dynamics Officer (FIDO for short) and Guidance joke about how Kranz’s last vest "looked like he bought it off a gypsy."

The astronauts get into the Command Module (CM, named Odyssey) and get strapped down. Apollo 13 1995 The Pad Leader says, "Jim, you’re all set." They shake hands, then the hatch is closed.

In the Mission Control room, Kranz puts on his vest. Apollo 13 1995 Everyone applauds and whistles. Apollo 13 1995 A controller yells out, "Hey Gene, I guess we can go now!" Kranz says, "Save it for splashdown, guys."

Kranz sits down at his desk with a cup of coffee and goes through the checklist with the flight controllers. Apollo 13 1995 Everyone says they’re go for launch. Apollo 13 1995 He radios Launch Control at the Kennedy Space Center and tells them. Apollo 13 1995 The Pad Leader says they’re go for launch.

Mattingly gets out of his car in a field near the Cape to watch the launch.

Apollo 13 lifts off on time at 1:13 as the crowd applauds. Apollo 13 1995 Launch Control says they’ve cleared the tower. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "Okay guys, we got it!"

Mattingly watches the spacecraft, shielding his eyes with one hand and saying, "Come on, baby."

Swigert says altitude and velocity are "right on the line."

Kranz asks how they look. Apollo 13 1995 FIDO says things are looking good.

Lovell says, "EDS to manual, inboard. Apollo 13 1995 Get ready for a little jolt, fellas!" The crew is thrown violently forward, then slammed back against their seats. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert comments, "That was some little jolt."

Something unexpected happens. Apollo 13 1995 The center engine on the Saturn 4-B booster cuts out early. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell reports this to Mission Control. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz asks the other controllers what this will do to them. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell looks at the "abort" handle as he says, "Houston, what’s the story on engine 5?" FIDO tells Kranz they’ll be fine as long as they don’t lose another engine. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom (short for Capsule Communicator) says they’re not sure why this happened, "but the other engines are go, so we’re just gonna burn those remaining engines for a little bit longer." Lovell looks at Haise and Swigert and says, "Looks like we’ve just had our glitch for this mission."

The Saturn 4-B booster is shut down. Apollo 13 1995 The crew takes off their gloves and helmets. Apollo 13 1995 They’re now in zero gravity; they smile as they watch the items float in the air.

Back at the Cape, Mary says she can’t believe Marilyn has been to four launches. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn says the worst part’s over. Apollo 13 1995 Mary says, "It is?" Marilyn admits, "This doesn’t stop for me until he lands on that aircraft carrier." Mary says she seems very calm, but Marilyn says, "If a Flight Surgeon had to okay me for this mission, I’d be grounded." Reporters want to talk to them. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn says confidentially to Mary, "Remember, you’re proud, happy and thrilled." A reporter asks how they feel. Apollo 13 1995 Mary says, "Well, very proud and very happy, and we’re thrilled."

FIDO reports that the Translunar Injection (a burn to point the spacecraft towards the moon) looks good. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz stands up and says, "Okay guys, we’re going to the Moon!"

On Apollo 13, Swigert gets into the pilot’s seat to get ready for the docking procedure with the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 Haise and Lovell start taking off their space suits. Apollo 13 1995 Haise has a very uncomfortable look on his face, then he vomits. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells him the same thing happened to Frank Borman on Apollo 8, but Haise says he just ate too much breakfast and is fine. Apollo 13 1995 As they get the Service Module aligned with the LM, Kranz says to watch the telemetry and Slayton says, "If Swigert can’t dock this thing, we don’t have a mission." Lovell tells Swigert twice to watch the alignment as he and Haise look on nervously. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "Don’t worry, guys, I’m on top of it." On the ground, Slayton says, "Come on, rookie, park that thing." Kranz is literally holding his breath. Apollo 13 1995 Finally, Swigert says, "Houston, we have hard dock." CapCom tells him that’s a good deal.

Swigert is eager to take off his bulky space suit. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says he and Swigert are going to eat. Apollo 13 1995 Haise protests that he’s hungry too, despite his earlier nausea. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell asks if he’s sure. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says, "I could eat the ass out of a dead rhinoceros." Lovell gives him a strange look.

The White Team goes off duty in Mission Control and the next shift of controllers comes in. Apollo 13 1995 EECOM (the Electronic and Environmental Engineer for the CM’s systems, played by Clint Howard) says the mission is "by the numbers so far."

It’s Day 3 of the mission. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell urinates into his relief tube and jokes that it’s too bad they can’t demonstrate this on TV. Apollo 13 1995 The urine is dumped overboard and freezes into a cloud of golden crystals. Apollo 13 1995 Haise jokes about "the constellation Urion" and what a beautiful sight it is.

At the Lovell home, Barbara doesn’t want to go to her father’s television broadcast because she is sulking about the Beatles breaking up, and she complains that he won’t know if they’re there anyway, but Marilyn insists that she go to it.

Lovell begins the broadcast and says, "Good evening, America, and welcome aboard Apollo 13! I’m Jim Lovell and we’re broadcasting to you tonight from an altitude of almost 200,000 miles away from the face of the Earth. Apollo 13 1995 And we have a pretty good show in store for you tonight. Apollo 13 1995 We are going to show you just what our life is like for the three of us here in the vast expanse of outer space. Apollo 13 1995 Okay, one of the first things we’d like to do is provide you with the appropriate background music. Apollo 13 1995 So, hit it there, Freddo!" Haise turns on the tape player and plays "Spirit in the Sky." Lovell says, "That was supposed to be the theme to ’2001′ in honor of our Command Module Odyssey, but there seems to have been a last-minute change in the program." CapCom says he’s going to take his entire collection of Johnny Cash with him on Apollo 19.

Henry Hurt (Xander Berkeley), NASA’s Public Affairs Officer, tells Marilyn that the broadcast won’t appear on TV because none of the networks consider the mission very exciting. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell’s mother Blanche (Jean Speegle Howard), who is in a nursing home, is annoyed about not being able to see the broadcast.

Swigert and Haise open a package of Tang and laugh at how the droplets float in the air. Apollo 13 1995 Haise tries to pass one of the droplets to Swigert. Apollo 13 1995 It splashes him in the face instead. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn asks if they know they’re not on the air. Apollo 13 1995 Henry says, "We’ll tell them when they get back." Swigert says that if anyone from the IRS is watching, he forgot to file his 1040 return, which is due in two days. Apollo 13 1995 "I meant to do it today, but, uh . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 ." Some people in Mission Control laugh but EECOM says, "That’s no joke. Apollo 13 1995 They’ll jump on him!"

Lovell and Haise move into the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Well, folks, as you can probably tell, the Aquarius isn’t much bigger than a couple of telephone booths. Apollo 13 1995 The skin of the LEM in some places is only as thick as a couple of layers of tinfoil, and that’s all what protects us from the vacuum of space. Apollo 13 1995 We can get away with this because the LEM is designed only for flight in outer space." Lovell heads back up the tunnel into the CM. Apollo 13 1995 Haise bangs the cabin repressurization valve, startling Lovell, Swigert and everyone down in Mission Control. Apollo 13 1995 Then he laughs and says, "Gotcha!" Lovell sighs and says, "Houston. Apollo 13 1995 That bang you heard was Fred Haise on the cabin repress valve. Apollo 13 1995 He really gets our hearts going every time with that one. Apollo 13 1995 Okay, we’re about ready to close out the Aquarius and return to the Odyssey. Apollo 13 1995 Our next broadcast will be from Fra Mauro on the surface of the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 So, this is the crew of the Apollo 13 wishing everyone back on Earth a pleasant evening."

The broadcast ends. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn, Mary and their children leave.

CapCom says the show was excellent. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says thank you. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom gives him some "housekeeping procedures" to do, including stirring the oxygen tanks. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert does so. Apollo 13 1995 There’s an explosion in an oxygen tank. Apollo 13 1995 The spacecraft is violently shaken. Apollo 13 1995 Several alarms go off. Apollo 13 1995 A panel blows off the Service Module in a shower of sparks.

Swigert says, "Hey, we’ve got a problem here." Lovell asks what he did. Apollo 13 1995 He says he just stirred the tanks. Apollo 13 1995 In Mission Control, EECOM and Guidance are surprised when their computer screens flicker. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom exchanges a confused look with Kranz and says, "This is Houston, say again please?" Lovell says, "Houston, we have a problem." He starts trying to explain everything that’s going wrong. Apollo 13 1995 The thrusters are acting strange, the computer is off-line, and there are "multiple caution and warnings." Referring to the loud explosion, Haise says, "Christ, that was no repress valve!"

At Mission Control, the Flight Surgeon says to Kranz, "Jesus, Flight, their heart rates are skyrocketing." Kranz asks EECOM what’s happening. Apollo 13 1995 He replies, "O2 tank 2 not reading at all, tank 1 is at 725 psi and falling. Apollo 13 1995 Fuel cells 1 and 3 are … Apollo 13 1995 oh boy, what’s going on here? Flight, let me get back to you?" Several controllers start talking to Kranz at the same time, reporting various other problems. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "One at a time, people! One at a time. Apollo 13 1995 One at a time. Apollo 13 1995 EECOM, is this an instrumentation problem or are we looking at real power loss here?" EECOM says, "It’s reading a quadruple failure, that can’t happen! It’s gotta be instrumentation."

Lovell thinks maybe the LEM was hit by a meteor and tells Swigert to close the hatch between the LEM and the CM. Apollo 13 1995 Haise tries to explain to Mission Control what’s happening. Apollo 13 1995 "We had a pretty large bang there associated with a master alarm . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 we got a wicked shimmy up here." Kranz, listening, says, "EECOM, GNC [Guidance, Navigation and Control], these guys are talking about bangs and shimmies up there. Apollo 13 1995 Doesn’t sound like instrumentation to me."

Swigert complains that the hatch won’t seal. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Just stow it. Apollo 13 1995 If we’d been hit by a meteor, we’d be dead by now." Haise is having trouble talking to CapCom; the signal is weak. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell takes the controls and says, "I’m gonna try to get us out of this lurch." Swigert looks at all the warning lights and tries to list all the systems that are down. Apollo 13 1995 "I don’t know, maybe this a caution and warning failure." Lovell looks out the window and sees a white mist. Apollo 13 1995 "Houston. Apollo 13 1995 We are venting something out into space. Apollo 13 1995 I can see it outside of Window 1 right now. Apollo 13 1995 It’s definitely a gas of some sort. Apollo 13 1995 It’s got to be the oxygen."

Everyone in Mission Control is stunned for a moment. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom finally says, "Roger, Odyssey. Apollo 13 1995 We copy your venting." Everyone starts talking at once, sounding increasingly frantic. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz stands up and says, "Okay, listen up. Apollo 13 1995 Quiet down, people. Apollo 13 1995 Quiet down. Apollo 13 1995 Quiet down! Let’s stay cool, people. Apollo 13 1995 Procedures, I need another computer up in the RTCC [Real Time Computer Complex]. Apollo 13 1995 I want everybody to alert your support teams. Apollo 13 1995 Wake up anybody you need, get them in here. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s work the problem, people. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s not make things worse by guessing!"

CapCom tries to reassure the crew. Apollo 13 1995 "We are going around the room now. Apollo 13 1995 We’re gonna get you some answers." The oxygen levels continue to fall.

Kranz lights a cigarette and says to EECOM, "Can we review our status here, Sy? Let’s look at this thing from a, uh, from a standpoint of status. Apollo 13 1995 What have we got on the spacecraft that’s good?" EECOM says, "I’ll get back to you, Gene."

Haise says, "We’re not gonna have power much longer. Apollo 13 1995 The ship’s bleeding to death."

EECOM reluctantly tells Kranz that they should shut down the reactant valves on the fuel cells. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz asks what good that will do. Apollo 13 1995 EECOM says, "If that’s where the leak is, we can isolate it. Apollo 13 1995 We can isolate it there, we can save what’s left in the tanks, and we can run on the good cell." Kranz protests, "You close ‘em, you can’t open ‘em again! You can’t land on the Moon with one healthy fuel cell!" EECOM stands up to face him and says, "Gene, the Odyssey is dying. Apollo 13 1995 From my chair here, this is the last option." Kranz says okay and tells CapCom to tell the crew. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom says, "We want you to close reac valves on cells 1 and 3. Apollo 13 1995 Do you copy?" Lovell, startled, says, "Are you saying you want the whole smash? Closing down the reac valves for the fuel cells’ shut down? Shutting down the fuel cells. Apollo 13 1995 Did I hear you right?" Kranz says they heard him right and to tell them it’s the only way they think they can stop the leak. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom relays this to the crew.

Lovell says, "We just lost the Moon," and tells Haise to shut down the valves. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "If this doesn’t work, we’re not gonna have enough power left to get home." Haise shuts down the valves but the oxygen levels keep falling. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell looks out the window at the leaking oxygen and asks how long it takes to power up the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says three hours by the checklist. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "We don’t have that much time." Haise immediately crawls into the tunnel to start the power-up.

EECOM tells Kranz, "15 minutes of oxygen and that’s it. Apollo 13 1995 The Command Module will be dead." Kranz tells everyone, "Okay guys, listen up, here’s the drill! We’re moving the astronauts over to the LEM, we gotta get some oxygen up there. Apollo 13 1995 TELMU, Control, I want an emergency power procedure, the essential hardware only! GNC, EECOM! We’re gonna be shutting down the Command Module at the same time, we’re gonna have to transfer the guidance system from one computer to the other, so I want those numbers up and ready when our guys are in position!" Everyone starts working on these things right away. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz tells Kraft, "The Lunar Module just became a lifeboat."

CapCom tells the crew they need to power down the CM and power up the LEM so they should get somebody over there. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says Haise is already in the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom says they only have 15 minutes of life support in the Odyssey. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells Haise it’s worse than he thought, and moves into the LEM to help him with the power-up.

The Gold Team Flight Director Glynn Lunney (Marc McClure) comes on duty, and Kranz says, "If Jack can’t get that guidance program transferred before they go dead in there–" Lunney says, "They won’t even know which way they’re pointed." Kranz says, "That’s right." Lunney says, "That’s a bad way to fly."

CapCom warns the crew that they only have about 12 minutes to power up the LM. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says he can’t see any stars because there’s so much debris outside. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell is afraid that his numbers for the guidance program aren’t right. Apollo 13 1995 "We’ve got negative visibility in our star field, and if this paperwork isn’t right, who knows where we’ll end up out here."

Mattingly, still depressed about not being on Apollo 13 and not showing any signs of measles, sits at home in Houston drinking beer and watching The Tonight Show. Apollo 13 1995 The host starts talking about Swigert. Apollo 13 1995 "He’s the kind they say has a girl in every port. Apollo 13 1995 He has that reputation. Apollo 13 1995 I think he’s sort of foolishly optimistic, though, taking nylons and Hershey bars to the moon." Mattingly doesn’t feel like listening to this. Apollo 13 1995 He turns off the TV, takes the phone off the hook and goes to bed. Apollo 13 1995 This makes him miss an ABC News Special Report about Apollo 13.

Marilyn is watching the news report and talking to NASA on the phone at the same time. Apollo 13 1995 Conrad listens in an on extension. Apollo 13 1995 On television, Jules Bergman says, "The Apollo 13 spacecraft has lost all electrical power, and astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert are making their way through the tunnel into the Lunar Module, using it as a lifeboat, so they’ll have electrical power for their radios on the Command Module. Apollo 13 1995 Apollo 13 is apparently also losing breathing oxygen . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 . Apollo 13 1995 The emergency has ruled out any chance of a lunar landing and could endanger the lives of the astronauts themselves, if the LEM’s oxygen supply plus whatever is left of the Command Module’s oxygen can’t last them until they can get back to Earth."

Marilyn is frustrated at her inability to get a straight answer from NASA. Apollo 13 1995 "No, don’t give me that NASA bullshit! I want to know what’s happening with my husband!"

On Apollo 13, control is switched from the CM to the LEM, but Lovell is struggling with the controls. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says, "She wasn’t designed to fly attached like this." Lovell says, "It’s like flying with a dead elephant on our back."

Guidance says they’re getting close to gimbal lock. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom says, "Watch that middle gimbal, we don’t want you tumbling off into space." Lovell snaps, "Freddo, inform Houston I’m well aware of the goddamn gimbals!" A moment later, he adds, "I don’t need to hear the obvious, I got the frappin’ eight-ball right in front of me!" He doesn’t realize that they’re on VOX (Voice Activated Communication) and that Mission Control heard his outburst until CapCom tells him. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says sorry and switches off the microphone.

Marilyn’s youngest son Jeffrey is having trouble sleeping. Apollo 13 1995 He wants to know why so many people have gathered at their house. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn tries to stay calm as she tells him, "Something broke on your Daddy’s spaceship. Apollo 13 1995 And he’s going to have to turn around before he even gets to the Moon." Remembering what his father told him about Apollo 1, Jeffrey says, "Was it the door?"

Lovell tells Mission Control, "We’ve had to learn how to fly all over again, but we are doing better up here now." CapCom tells Swigert to finish powering down the CM. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert asks if they’ll be able to power it up again later, because it will get very cold. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom tells him they’ll have to deal with that later. Apollo 13 1995 The CM is shut down. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "This is Odyssey, signing off," and sits alone in the dark for a moment with a sad expression. Apollo 13 1995 Then he joins Lovell and Haise, who are in the LEM wondering what to do next.

The flight controllers meet in a room at Mission Control. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz walks in and says, "I want you all to forget the flight plan! From this moment on we are improvising a new mission." He turns on an overhead projector and starts to draw a diagram, but the projector shorts out so he has to draw on the chalkboard instead. Apollo 13 1995 "How do we get our people home? They are here. Apollo 13 1995 Do we turn ‘em around, straight back, direct abort?" The Retrofire officer (RETRO for short) says yes. Apollo 13 1995 FIDO protests, "No, sir! We get them on a free-return trajectory. Apollo 13 1995 It’s the option with the fewest question marks for safety." Kranz agrees. Apollo 13 1995 "We use the moon’s gravity, slingshot them around." RETRO and Control protest that the LEM won’t support three people for the amount of time this will take; it was only designed for two people for a day and a half. Apollo 13 1995 RETRO says they have to do a direct abort and "bring the guys right home right now." FIDO says, "We don’t even know if the Odyssey’s engine’s even working, and if there’s been serious damage to this spacecraft–" Guidance interrupts, "They blow up and they die!" Everyone starts arguing. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "Let’s hold it down, people. Apollo 13 1995 The only engine we’ve got with enough power for direct abort is the SPS on the Service Module. Apollo 13 1995 From what Lovell has told us, it could’ve been damaged in an explosion, so let’s consider that engine dead. Apollo 13 1995 We light that thing up, could blow the whole works. Apollo 13 1995 It’s just too risky. Apollo 13 1995 We’re not gonna take that chance. Apollo 13 1995 About the only thing the Command Module is good for is re-entry, so that leaves us with the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 Which means free return trajectory. Apollo 13 1995 Once we get the guys around the Moon, we’ll fire up the LEM engine, make a long burn, pick up some speed, get them home as quick as we can." The Grumman representative (from the company that built the LEM) says, "We can’t make any guarantees. Apollo 13 1995 We designed the LEM to land on the Moon, not fire the engine out there for course corrections." Kranz says, "Well, unfortunately, we’re not landing on the Moon, are we? I don’t care what anything was designed to do. Apollo 13 1995 I care about what it can do. Apollo 13 1995 So let’s get to work. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s lay it out, okay?"

It’s Day 4. Apollo 13 1995 The Flight Surgeon tells CapCom that the flight plan has to be changed so the crew can get some sleep. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom tells him to talk to the Flight Activities Officer. Apollo 13 1995 Kraft is talking to Slayton and Lunney; Kranz walks past and overhears them say that someone wants a quote from a Flight Director. Apollo 13 1995 He asks who. Apollo 13 1995 They tell him President Nixon wants odds on whether the crew will get home safely. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "We are not losing the crew." Kraft says they have to give Nixon odds. Apollo 13 1995 "Five to one against, three to one?" Lunney says he doesn’t think the odds are that good. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz repeats, "We are not losing those men!" He pinches the bridge of his nose like he has a headache and mutters to himself. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton says to Kraft, quietly so Kranz won’t hear, "Look, tell him three to one."

Apollo 13 is about to go around the Moon and lose radio signal. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert and Haise look out at the Moon, awestruck. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says, "Mare Tranquillitatis. Apollo 13 1995 Neil and Buzz’s old neighborhood. Apollo 13 1995 Coming up on Mount Marilyn. Apollo 13 1995 Jim, you gotta take a look at this." Lovell just says he’s already seen it (on Apollo 8). Apollo 13 1995 Before they lose the radio signal, Swigert says, "So long, Earth. Apollo 13 1995 Catch you on the flip side."

Kranz stands alone in a dark room at Mission Control, watching television and looking very tired. Apollo 13 1995 They show a pre-flight interview with Swigert, who says, "When you go into the shadow of the Moon and the Moon is between you and the Sun, then you see stars that are more brilliant than anything you’ve ever seen on the clearest nights here on Earth. Apollo 13 1995 And then you pass into the lunar sunrise, over the lunar surface and… Apollo 13 1995 it must an awe-inspiring sight. Apollo 13 1995 I can’t wait to see it myself."

Marilyn sits alone in her bedroom, listening to the radio communications on a squawk box. Apollo 13 1995 At the moment, there’s only static. Apollo 13 1995 She cries.

The crew sees their landing site. Apollo 13 1995 "Wow," Swigert says. Apollo 13 1995 "Look at the Tsiolkovsky crater. Apollo 13 1995 I can’t believe how bright the ejecta blanket is." Haise says, "It’s like snow. Apollo 13 1995 It’s beautiful." Lovell imagines what it would be like to walk on the moon. Apollo 13 1995 He imagines taking long strides across the lunar surface, putting a hand down to leave finger marks in the dust, and then staring at the far-away earth.

Mission Control gets the signal back. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell looks out the window, closes an eye, and holds his thumb up to cover the earth. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says he was tempted to take the LEM down and "do some prospecting." Lovell says, "Gentlemen, what are your intentions? I’d like to go home. Apollo 13 1995 We got a burn coming up. Apollo 13 1995 We’re gonna need a contingency if we lose comm with Houston. Apollo 13 1995 Freddo, let’s get an idea where we stand on the consumables. Apollo 13 1995 Jack, get into the Odyssey and bag up all the water you can before it freezes in there. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s go home."

Mattingly arrives at Mission Control, having gotten fully dressed and fully awake in a short time. Apollo 13 1995 He talks to Young and Aaron about working on shortcuts for the power-up procedures, and gets into the simulator. Apollo 13 1995 It has to be cold and dark to reflect the present conditions on Apollo 13.

The Apollo 13 crew finishes powering down the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 After shutting down the guidance computer, Lovell says, "We just put Sir Isaac Newton in the driver’s seat."

Some of the flight controllers are in a dark room taking a nap. Apollo 13 1995 Guidance comes in to get something and wakes one of them up. Apollo 13 1995 He squints at his watch and asks, "Is it AM or PM?" Guidance says, "AM. Apollo 13 1995 Very, very AM." The Flight Surgeon tells Slayton that Haise has a fever and the crew hasn’t slept since the explosion. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton says, "I can’t order these guys to go to sleep. Apollo 13 1995 Could you sleep up there?"

The Flight Surgeon and some other controllers soon report a more serious problem to Kranz. Apollo 13 1995 The carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the LEM are rising because the filters weren’t intended for three people. Apollo 13 1995 "They’re already up to 8 on the gauges; anything over 15 and you get impaired judgment, blackouts, the beginnings of brain asphyxia." Kranz, who has yet another cigarette in his hand, asks about the scrubbers on the CM, only to be told they take square cartridges and the ones on the LEM are round. Apollo 13 1995 "Tell me this isn’t a government operation," he sighs. Apollo 13 1995 The Flight Surgeon warns that the CO2 levels will get toxic. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "Then I suggest you gentlemen invent a way to put a square peg in a round hole. Apollo 13 1995 Rapidly." A group of engineers starts working on a procedure to build a filter.

Marilyn is watching a pre-flight interview with Haise on TV. Apollo 13 1995 Henry comes to her house and tells her that the news people want to put a transmitter on her lawn to do live broadcasts. Apollo 13 1995 She says that she thought the media wasn’t interested in the mission. Apollo 13 1995 Hurt tells her it’s more dramatic now, but Marilyn says, "If landing on the moon wasn’t dramatic enough for them, why should not landing on it be?" She refuses the media’s request. Apollo 13 1995 "Those people don’t put one piece of equipment on my lawn. Apollo 13 1995 If they have a problem with that, they can take it up with my husband. Apollo 13 1995 He’ll be home … Apollo 13 1995 on Friday!"

Day 5 of the mission. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert is sitting in the CM. Apollo 13 1995 His breath is visible in the cold air. Apollo 13 1995 The tape recorder is playing Hank Williams. Apollo 13 1995 Haise is in the LEM. Apollo 13 1995 He takes some aspirin and looks at some photographs of his family. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell moves into the LEM, saying that the CM is too cold. Apollo 13 1995 He comments that Haise doesn’t look good. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says he’ll survive. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells him they have aspirin; Haise says he already took some. Apollo 13 1995 He says that Mary got pregnant by accident; Lovell replies that that has a tendency to happen. Apollo 13 1995 Haise wonders if the baby is a boy or a girl. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "You’re gonna find out soon enough." Haise says he never dreamed he would get to go on a real mission. Apollo 13 1995 "Most of the guys I graduated high school with never even left home, and here I am." Lovell says, "Yeah, here you are." Haise says, "It hurts when I urinate." Lovell says he isn’t drinking enough water, but Haise says he’s drinking the rationed amount. Apollo 13 1995 He jokes that Swigert used his relief tube and gave him a sexually transmitted disease. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "That’ll be a hot one at the debriefing for the Flight Surgeon. Apollo 13 1995 That’s another first for America’s space program." They laugh. Apollo 13 1995 Haise is worried about the cold affecting their battery efficiency. Apollo 13 1995 They start discussing this. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert comes into the LEM to ask if there’s a re-entry plan yet. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell tells him to hang on, because he and Haise are working on something. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "Listen. Apollo 13 1995 Listen. Apollo 13 1995 Listen. Apollo 13 1995 They gave us too much Delta-V. Apollo 13 1995 They had us burn too long. Apollo 13 1995 At this rate, we’re gonna skip right out of the atmosphere, and we’re never gonna get back." Haise asks how he figured that out; Swigert says, "I can add." Lovell and Haise tell him that Mission Control says they’re fine. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "What if they had made a mistake, all right, and there was no way to reverse it? You think they would tell us? There’s no reason for them to tell us!" Haise thinks this is irrational. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "All right, there’s a thousand things that have to happen, in order; we are on number 8. Apollo 13 1995 You’re talking about number 692." Swigert says, "And in the meantime, I’m trying to tell you we’re coming in too fast. Apollo 13 1995 I think they know it, and I think that’s why we don’t have a goddamn re-entry plan, all right?" Lovell sarcastically says thank you, that’s duly noted.

The engineers finish building the filter, and bring into the Mission Control room along with written instructions on how to make it. Apollo 13 1995 It’s right on time; the crew is starting to cough from the poor air quality. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom instructs the crew how to build it with, among other things, duct tape, the flight plan cover, and a sock. Apollo 13 1995 They build it, put it in place and wait to see if it works. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell notices Haise and Swigert holding their breaths, and tells them to breathe normally. Apollo 13 1995 After a few moments, CO2 levels drop. Apollo 13 1995 Everyone is relieved. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom compliments one of the engineers by calling him "a steely-eyed missile man."

Meanwhile on TV, Jules Bergman reminds people that there is no rescue possible in space flight. Apollo 13 1995 Mary turns the TV off when she hears this. Apollo 13 1995 At a news conference, Kraft admits that this is the most serious situation NASA has ever encountered in manned space flight.

Mattingly is still in the simulator trying to figure out the power-up procedure. Apollo 13 1995 He uses too much power and has to start over. Apollo 13 1995 Young asks if he needs a break. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly replies, "If they don’t get one, I don’t get one."

Marilyn and her daughters go to visit Blanche and tell her what’s happened. Apollo 13 1995 They try to downplay the seriousness of the situation, but Marilyn admits there is danger and the girls are visibly frightened. Apollo 13 1995 Blanche says, "Don’t worry. Apollo 13 1995 If they could get a washing machine to fly, my Jimmy could land it."

The crew is resting, listening to "Blue Moon" on the tape recorder. Apollo 13 1995 It gets slower and slower until the battery dies. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom tells Swigert that the President is going to give him an extension on his income tax return because he is "most decidedly out of the country." Swigert says that’s wonderful news and practically breaks into tears because he’s so tired.

The Flight Surgeon says Haise has a fever of 104 and the crew needs to sleep. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom tells them to get some more sleep because the Surgeon doesn’t like his readings. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "I am sick and tired of the entire western world knowing how my kidneys are functioning!" He rips his medical sensors off. Apollo 13 1995 The Flight Surgeon says, "Flight, I just lost Lovell!" CapCom tells Lovell there’s been a drop-out on his medical sensors. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says he’s not wearing them. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz laughs and shrugs this off, so CapCom just says okay. Apollo 13 1995 Haise and Swigert tear their sensors off too. Apollo 13 1995 The Flight Surgeon exclaims, "Flight, now I’m losing all three of them!" Kranz says, "It’s just a little medical mutiny, Doc. Apollo 13 1995 I’m sure the guys are still with us. Apollo 13 1995 Let’s cut ‘em some slack, okay?"

Day 6. Apollo 13 1995 GNC tells Kranz they need to do another burn because the trajectory is too shallow.

Haise is coughing and looking very sick. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell takes out a hot dog to eat; it’s frozen solid. Apollo 13 1995 CapCom tells them they have to do a course correction without the guidance computer, but they’re not sure how. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell figures out that they can use the Earth as a reference and steer the engines manually.

A news anchor on TV discusses the trajectory problems. Apollo 13 1995 "In order to enter the atmosphere safely, the crew must aim for a corridor just two and a half degrees wide. Apollo 13 1995 If they’re too steep, they will incinerate in the steadily thickening air. Apollo 13 1995 If they’re too shallow, they’ll ricochet off the atmosphere like a rock skipping off a pond. Apollo 13 1995 The re-entry corridor is in fact so narrow, that if this basketball were the Earth, and this softball were the Moon, and the two were placed fourteen feet apart, the crew would have to hit a target no thicker than this piece of paper."

The course correction is difficult; Lovell asks Haise if he’s up for it, and he says he is. Apollo 13 1995 It’s hard to fly manually, and the crew is frantic and out of breath. Apollo 13 1995 When they finish, Lovell says, "Let’s hope we don’t have to do that again."

When the course correction is successful, the Grumman representative cheerfully exclaims, "How about that LEM, huh?" Kranz says, "I guess you can keep your job."

Mattingly describes the sequence he wants to use for re-entry. Apollo 13 1995 Aaron says they don’t have enough power, and they have to trade off some of the systems. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says they need all the systems he’s mentioned. Apollo 13 1995 They argue about it, and Mattingly says he’ll find more power. Apollo 13 1995 Aaron admits he doesn’t know where they’ll find it.

Lovell tells Houston they need the re-entry procedure; CapCom says they’ll have it soon. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell is exhausted and trying hard to keep his composure. Apollo 13 1995 He begs Mission Control to get the procedure up to them because they "can’t throw things together at the last minute." He says, "We’re all a little tired up here. Apollo 13 1995 The world’s getting awfully big in the window." Slayton comes on the radio to reassure them that they’ll get the procedure soon and that Mattingly is working on it.

Mattingly says that since the LEM draws back-up power from the CM, they should reverse the flow to get more power to the CM. Apollo 13 1995 There’s no procedure for this, but Young and Aaron agree to try.

Kranz says he wants the power-up procedure; Slayton says they’re working on it. Apollo 13 1995 Another controller says he’ll get an estimate. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz shouts, "Goddamn it! I don’t want another estimate! I want the procedures! Now!" He kicks a filing cabinet and stalks away.

Mattingly finally gets the power-up procedure to work. Apollo 13 1995 He, Aaron and Young waste no time bringing it to the flight controllers. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly talks to the crew; Lovell asks him if the flowers are blooming in Houston, and Mattingly replies, "That’s a negative, Jim. Apollo 13 1995 I don’t have the measles." He gives the Flight Surgeon an annoyed look.

Neil Armstrong (Mark Wheeler) and Buzz Aldrin (Larry Williams) come to the Lovell home to wait for the re-entry. Apollo 13 1995 Marilyn wants them to talk to Blanche and distract her from all the "heavy predictions" being made on the news.

Mattingly gives Swigert the power-up procedure, and he writes it down, but then he squints at the page and says he can’t read his own writing and must be more tired than he thought. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly says he’ll talk Swigert through it. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert looks at the condensation on the instrument panels and worries about them shorting out. Apollo 13 1995 He says, "It’s like trying to drive a toaster through a car wash." Mattingly tells Lovell and Haise to transfer some ballast to the CM; they’re underweight because they didn’t bring home any rocks from the moon.

Meanwhile, Jay is at the St. Apollo 13 1995 John’s Military Academy in Wisconsin. Apollo 13 1995 He and his fellow cadets watch the news and wait to see what will happen.

Swigert successfully powers up the CM. Apollo 13 1995 He says, "We got her back up, Ken. Apollo 13 1995 Boy, I wish you were here to see it." Mattingly says, "I’ll bet you do." Haise says, "Way to go, Jack." Swigert smiles.

RETRO tells Kranz there is a typhoon warning on the edge of the prime recovery zone, but it’s just a warning and it could miss them. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz has a rare pessimistic moment and says, "Only if their luck changes."

The crew jettisons the Service Module, getting their first look at just how much damage the explosion caused. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell exclaims, "One whole side of the spacecraft is missing!" He reports that a panel is blown out right up to the heatshield. Apollo 13 1995 Haise says the engine bell appears to be damaged. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "Oh, man, that’s incredible." Mattingly hears this and looks stricken. Apollo 13 1995 Slayton says, "The heatshield!" in an alarmed voice.

A news anchor on TV says that the heat builds up to 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit on a lunar re-entry flight. Apollo 13 1995 "If the heatshield is even slightly cracked, the extreme cold could have split it wide open. Apollo 13 1995 Worst of all, if the pyrotechnics that control the parachutes have been damaged, the chutes may not open at all, causing the spacecraft to hit the water not at a gentle 20 miles per hour, but at a suicidal 300." Marilyn hears this and buries her head in her hands.

Walter Cronkite talks about how many people around the world are waiting for updates on the mission and praying for the astronauts’ safe return.

Lovell tells Haise they have to get out of the LEM; Haise is huddled in a corner and doesn’t answer. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell asks if he’s all right, and Haise stammers, "I’m freezing." Lovell asks if he can hold out a little longer; Haise says, "As long as I have to." He’s shivering. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell hugs him to keep him warm, and says this won’t last too much longer and they’re going to land in the South Pacific in 80-degree weather. Apollo 13 1995 They get into the CM. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert helps strap Haise into his seat. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell realizes he is in Swigert’s seat and says, "Sorry, Jack. Apollo 13 1995 This is an old habit. Apollo 13 1995 I’m kinda used to pilot’s seat. Apollo 13 1995 She’s yours to fly." He asks why Swigert put a "no" sign on the instrument panel. Apollo 13 1995 Swigert says, "I was getting a little punchy and I didn’t want to cut the LEM loose with you guys still in it." Lovell says that was good thinking.

They jettison the LEM; Lovell stares after it. Apollo 13 1995 Haise swallows hard and says, "She sure was a good ship." Mattingly says, "Farewell, Aquarius, and we thank you."

The crew of the aircraft carrier USS Iwo Jima is shown getting ready for the recovery operations.

Henry says, "The trajectory may be off, their thrusters may be frozen, their guidance system might be malfunctioning, their heatshield could be cracked, and their parachutes might be three blocks of ice. Apollo 13 1995 Clearly, we’ve got some obstacles to overcome." A reporter asks, "When will we know?" Henry says that radio blackout lasts for three minutes. Apollo 13 1995 "If they’re not back in four, we’ll know."

The Mission Control room is extremely crowded with people waiting for the re-entry. Apollo 13 1995 RETRO tells Kranz the trajectory is still slightly shallow and asks if they should tell the crew. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz asks if there’s anything they can do about it. Apollo 13 1995 RETRO says not now. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz says, "Then they don’t need to know, do they?"

Henry says there are so many variables and potential problems, he’s "a little at a loss." Kraft says, "I know what the problems are, Henry. Apollo 13 1995 This could be the worst disaster NASA’s ever experienced." Kranz turns to him and says, "With all due respect, sir, I believe this is gonna be our finest hour." Kraft whispers, "Okay."

It’s almost time for entry interface. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell says, "Gentlemen, it’s been a privilege flying with you." The CM flies toward Earth in a fiery cloud.

The Instrumentation and Communications Officer (INCO) says it’s been three minutes, so blackout should be over. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly asks if Odyssey reads him. Apollo 13 1995 No answer. Apollo 13 1995 Cronkite says, "Expected time of re-acquisition, the time when the astronauts were expected to come out of blackout, has come and gone. Apollo 13 1995 About all any of us can do now is just listen and hope. Apollo 13 1995 We’re about to learn whether or not the heatshield which was damaged, as you remember, by the explosion three days ago, has withstood the inferno of re-entry."

Mattingly keeps trying to talk to the crew. Apollo 13 1995 INCO says it’s been three and a half minutes, then four. Apollo 13 1995 Everyone else is quiet and solemn. Apollo 13 1995 Then they see the CM on the screen. Apollo 13 1995 The parachutes have deployed successfully. Apollo 13 1995 The next second, they hear Lovell say, "Hello, Houston? This is Odyssey. Apollo 13 1995 It’s good to see you again." There’s loud applause in Mission Control. Apollo 13 1995 At home, Marilyn screams and hugs her children. Apollo 13 1995 Mary does the same, exclaiming, "They made it!" Jay’s classmates applaud, but he just looks shocked. Apollo 13 1995 Kranz falls into a chair with a hand over his face, tearful and overwhelmed. Apollo 13 1995 Mattingly fights back tears as well, but his voice is steady as he says, "Odyssey, Houston. Apollo 13 1995 Welcome home. Apollo 13 1995 We’re glad to see you."

After splashdown, Lovell shakes hands with Haise and Swigert. Apollo 13 1995 Before a Navy diver comes to retrieve them from the CM, he says, "Houston, we’re at stable one, the ship is secure. Apollo 13 1995 This is Apollo 13, signing off." Kranz exclaims, "Good job!" in a choked voice and gives a thumbs-up with both hands. Apollo 13 1995 Other people in the room continue to applaud.

The astronauts land on the USS Iwo Jima and step out of the recovery helicopter to great applause. Apollo 13 1995 Shots of them being welcomed home by the Iwo Jima‘s crew are interspersed with shots of everyone celebrating in Mission Control. Apollo 13 1995 Lovell does a voice-over. Apollo 13 1995 "Our mission was called a successful failure, in that we returned safely but never made it to the Moon. Apollo 13 1995 In the following months, it was determined that a damaged coil built inside the oxygen tank sparked during our cryo stir and caused the explosion that crippled the Odyssey. Apollo 13 1995 It was a minor defect that occurred two years before I was even named the flight’s commander. Apollo 13 1995 Fred Haise was going back to the Moon on Apollo 18, but his mission was cancelled because of budget cuts; he never flew in space again. Apollo 13 1995 Nor did Jack Swigert, who left the astronaut corps and was elected to Congress from the state of Colorado; but he died of cancer before he was able to take office. Apollo 13 1995 Ken Mattingly orbited the Moon as Command Module Pilot of Apollo 16, and flew the Space Shuttle, having never gotten the measles. Apollo 13 1995 Gene Kranz retired as Director of Flight Operations just not long ago. Apollo 13 1995 And many other members of Mission Control have gone onto other things, but some are still there. Apollo 13 1995 And as for me, the seven extraordinary days of Apollo 13 were my last in space. Apollo 13 1995 I watched other men walk on the Moon, and return safely, all from the confines of Mission Control and our house in Houston. Apollo 13 1995 I sometimes catch myself looking up at the Moon, remembering the changes of fortune in our long voyage, thinking of the thousands of people who worked to bring the three of us home. Apollo 13 1995 I look up at the Moon and wonder, when will we be going back, and who will that be?"

 

FullCast & Crew


Produced By: Online Apollo 13 (1995) Free Film HD

  • Michael Bostick known as associate producer
  • Brian Grazer known as producer
  • Todd Hallowell known as executive producer
  • Aldric La'auli Porter known as associate producer
  • Louisa Velis known as associate producer
  • Lorne Orleans known as producer (IMAX version) (uncredited)

Apollo 13 (1995) Film Free Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Tom Hanks known as Jim Lovell
  • Bill Paxton known as Fred Haise
  • Kevin Bacon known as Jack Swigert
  • Gary Sinise known as Ken Mattingly
  • Ed Harris known as Gene Kranz
  • Kathleen Quinlan known as Marilyn Lovell
  • Mary Kate Schellhardt known as Barbara Lovell
  • Emily Ann Lloyd known as Susan Lovell
  • Miko Hughes known as Jeffrey Lovell
  • Max Elliott Slade known as Jay Lovell
  • Jean Speegle Howard known as Blanch Lovell
  • Tracy Reiner known as Mary Haise
  • David Andrews known as Pete Conrad
  • Michele Little known as Jane Conrad (as Michelle Little)
  • Chris Ellis known as Deke Slayton
  • Joe Spano known as NASA Director
  • Xander Berkeley known as Henry Hurt
  • Marc McClure known as Glynn Lunney
  • Ben Marley known as John Young
  • Clint Howard known as Sy Liebergot – EECOM White
  • Loren Dean known as John Aaron – EECOM Arthur
  • Tom Wood known as EECOM Gold
  • Googy Gress known as RETRO White
  • Patrick Mickler known as RETRO Gold
  • Ray McKinnon known as Jerry Bostick – FIDO White
  • Max Grodénchik known as FIDO Gold
  • Christian Clemenson known as Dr. Apollo 13 1995 Chuck
  • Brett Cullen known as CAPCOM 1
  • Ned Vaughn known as CAPCOM 2
  • Andy Milder known as GUIDO White
  • Geoffrey Blake known as GUIDO Gold
  • Wayne Duvall known as LEM Controller White
  • Jim Meskimen known as TELMU White
  • Joseph Culp known as TELMU Gold
  • John Short known as INCO White
  • Ben Bode known as INCO Gold (as Ben Bodé)
  • Todd Louiso known as FAO White
  • Gabriel Jarret known as GNC White
  • Christopher John Fields known as Booster White
  • Kenneth White known as Grumman Rep
  • James Ritz known as Ted (as Jim Ritz)
  • Andrew Lipschultz known as Launch Director
  • Mark Wheeler known as Neil Armstrong
  • Larry Williams known as Buzz Aldrin
  • Endre Hules known as Guenter Wendt
  • Karen Martin known as Tracey
  • Maureen Hanley known as Woman
  • Meadow Williams known as Kim
  • Walter von Huene known as Technician
  • Brian Markinson known as Pad Rat
  • Steve Rankin known as Pad Rat
  • Austin O'Brien known as Whiz Kid
  • Louisa Marie known as Whiz Kid Mom
  • Thom Barry known as Orderly
  • Arthur Senzy known as SIM Tech
  • Carl Gabriel Yorke known as SIM Tech
  • Ryan Holihan known as SIM Tech
  • Rance Howard known as Reverend
  • Jane Jenkins known as Neighbor (as J.J. Apollo 13 1995 Chaback)
  • Todd Hallowell known as Noisy Civilian
  • Matthew Michael Goodall known as Stephen Haise (as Matthew Goodall)
  • Taylor Goodall known as Fred Haise Jr.
  • Misty Dickinson known as Margaret Haise
  • Roger Corman known as Congressman
  • Lee Anne Matusek known as Loud Reporter
  • Mark D. Apollo 13 1995 Newman known as Loud Reporter
  • Mark McKeel known as Suit Room Assistant
  • Patty Raya known as Patty
  • Jack Conley known as Science Reporter
  • Jeffrey Kluger known as Science Reporter (as Jeffrey S. Apollo 13 1995 Kluger)
  • Bruce Wright known as Anchor
  • Ivan Allen known as Anchor
  • Jon Bruno known as Anchor
  • Reed Rudy known as Roger Chaffee
  • Steve Bernie known as Virgil Grissom
  • Steve Ruge known as Edward White (as Steven Ruge)
  • Herbert Jefferson Jr. Apollo 13 1995 known as Reporter
  • John Dullaghan known as Reporter
  • John Wheeler known as Reporter
  • Paul Mantee known as Reporter
  • Julie Rowen known as Reporter (as Julie Donatt)
  • Thomas Crawford known as Reporter
  • Frank Cavestani known as Reporter
  • John M. Apollo 13 1995 Mathews known as Reporter
  • Neil Armstrong known as Himself (archive footage)
  • Jules Bergman known as Himself – ABC News (archive footage)
  • Pope Paul VI known as Himself (archive footage)
  • Jimmy Wynn known as Himself (archive footage)
  • Walter Altman known as Mission Controller (uncredited)
  • John Bishop known as Protester (uncredited)
  • John Timothy Botka known as Frank Borman (uncredited)
  • Jaime H. Apollo 13 1995 Campos known as Scientist (uncredited)
  • Tory Christopher known as NASA Technician (uncredited)
  • Michael S. Apollo 13 1995 Connolly known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Walter Cronkite known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Bryce Dallas Howard known as Girl in Yellow Dress (uncredited)
  • Cheryl Howard known as Onlooker at Launch Site (uncredited)
  • Chet Huntley known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Kent Kasper known as Congressman (uncredited)
  • Sarah Krasner known as Jack swigats wife (uncredited)
  • Chauntal Lewis known as Susan's Best Friend (uncredited)
  • Jim Lovell known as Captain of USS Iwo Jima (uncredited)
  • Marilyn Lovell known as Onlooker at Launch Site (uncredited)
  • Chris Moore known as Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Frank Reynolds known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Ted West known as Cannister Team Engineer (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Apollo 13 (1995)
  • Larry Abbott known as makeup artist
  • Audrey L. Apollo 13 1995 Anzures known as hair stylist (as Audrey Anzures)
  • Kathryn Blondell known as key hair stylist (as Kathryn L. Apollo 13 1995 Blondell)
  • Hazel Catmull known as hair stylist
  • Hallie D'Amore known as makeup artist
  • Carolyn Elias known as hair stylist
  • Michael Lorenz known as makeup artist
  • Daniel C. Apollo 13 1995 Striepeke known as key makeup artist (as Daniel Striepeke)
  • Joy Zapata known as hair stylist
  • Jay Cannistraci known as additional makeup artist (uncredited)

Apollo 13 (1995) Art Department:

  • Bobby Amor known as assistant property master: Cape Canaveral
  • David T. Apollo 13 1995 Cannon known as construction coordinator (as Dave Cannon)
  • Larry A. Apollo 13 1995 Cornick known as set dresser
  • Michael Corral known as labor foreman
  • Ricardo F. Apollo 13 1995 Delgado known as storyboard artist (as Richard F. Apollo 13 1995 Delgado)
  • Doug DuRose known as property assistant: second unit
  • Steven Lane Ewing known as welder foreman (as Steve Ewing)
  • Charles Faithorn known as property assistant: second unit
  • Joseph A. Apollo 13 1995 Hodges known as set designer
  • Richard M. Apollo 13 1995 Jones known as set dresser (as Richard Morgan Jones)
  • Scott G. Apollo 13 1995 Jones known as set dresser
  • Teri Anne Kopp known as second assistant props
  • Stacy Layne Kramer known as construction accountant (as Stacy Kramer)
  • Tony Leonardi known as camera scenic artist (as A.J. Apollo 13 1995 Leonardi)
  • Steven M. Apollo 13 1995 Levine known as property master
  • Matthew Martin known as propmaker foreman (as Matt Martin)
  • John Maskovich known as set dresser
  • William Matzner known as greensman
  • Edward J. Apollo 13 1995 McCarthy known as set dresser (as Edward McCarthy)
  • John McCarthy known as foreman
  • David O'Brien known as greensman
  • Angela O'Neill known as art department coordinator
  • Christopher Parker known as set dresser (as Chris Parker)
  • Chris Pascuzzo known as set dresser
  • Alejandro Poli known as labor foreman
  • Eric Ramsey known as storyboard artist
  • James L. Apollo 13 1995 Ricker known as propmaker foreman (as Jim Ricker)
  • James Robinson II known as assistant property master (as James W. Apollo 13 1995 Robinson II)
  • Lori Rowbotham known as set designer
  • Lee Runnels known as greens coordinator
  • Phillip Ruvalcaba known as labor foreman
  • Lisa K. Apollo 13 1995 Sessions known as key set dresser
  • Wayne Shepherd known as lead man
  • Mitch Simmons known as paint foreman
  • Joshua A. Apollo 13 1995 Sipe known as art department assistant (as Joshua Adrian Sipe)
  • Jason Vanover known as greensman
  • Anthony Vitagliano known as greensman
  • David A. Apollo 13 1995 Weinman known as construction foreman (as David Weinman)
  • Greg Wilkinson known as set dresser
  • Dan Dorfer known as painter (uncredited)
  • Felisa Finn known as set painter (uncredited)
  • Allan Johnson known as welder gang boss (uncredited)
  • Karl J. Apollo 13 1995 Martin known as set designer (uncredited)
  • David B. Apollo 13 1995 Sharp known as special property fabricator (uncredited)

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Company

Apollo 13 (1995) Film Free Online HD Production Companies:

  • Universal Pictures
  • Imagine Entertainment

Online Apollo 13 (1995) Free Film HD Other Companies:

  • Bruce's Catering  catering: second unit
  • CRM Group Inc.  Wescam cameras: Cape Canaveral unit
  • Central Casting  extras casting
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • For Stars Catering  catering
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Loop du Jour  voice casting
  • MCA Records  soundtrack released by
  • Pacific Studios Inc.  chromatrans background
  • Pacific Title  titles and opticals
  • ShowBiz Enterprises  draperies
  • Todd-AO Studios (East)  post-production facilities
  • Todd-AO Studios  music score recording
  • Two Chefs Catering  catering and craft service: Cape Canaveral unit
  • Unique Film Cars  picture cars

Apollo 13 (1995) Distributors:

  • Universal Pictures (1995) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Filmes Lusomundo (1995) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (UK) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1995) (USA) (VHS) (for MCA Home Video)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1995) (USA) (VHS) (letterboxed for MCA Home Video)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1995) (USA) (video) (laserdisc) (for MCA Home Video)
  • Oy Europa Vision AB (1995) (Finland) (VHS)
  • Universal Pictures Benelux (1995) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Cinéma International Corporation (CIC) (1996) (Sweden) (VHS)
  • Home Video Hellas (HVH) (1996) (Greece) (VHS)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1996) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • Pioneer (1996) (UK) (video) (laserdisc)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1997) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • Mainostelevisio (MTV3) (1998) (Finland) (TV) (2001) (2009)
  • Universal Studios Home Video (1998) (USA) (DVD)
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1999) (USA) (TV)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (1999) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Egmont Entertainment (1999) (Finland) (DVD) (1-disc edition)
  • IMAX (2002) (USA) (theatrical) (IMAX version)
  • Universal Pictures Benelux (2002) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2002) (Switzerland) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Benelux (2003) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Yleisradio (YLE) (2003) (Finland) (TV) (2004)
  • Universal Pictures (2004) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Nelonen (2005) (Finland) (TV) (2008)
  • Universal Home Video (2005) (Canada) (DVD) (2-disc edition)
  • Universal Pictures Finland Oy (2005) (Finland) (DVD) (2-disc edition)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2005) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2005) (USA) (DVD) (2-disc edition)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2006) (USA) (DVD) (HD DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2007) (Sweden) (DVD) (HD DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2009) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (15th Anniversary Edition)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Universal's 100th Anniversary)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (1995) (France) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (1995) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Argentina Video Home (199?) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • CIC Vídeo (199?) (Brazil) (VHS) (as 'Apollo 13 – Do Desastre ao Triunfo')
  • CIC-Taft Home Video (199?) (Australia) (VHS)
  • Cinema Foobio (2003) (Japan) (video) (VOD)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (????) (Brazil) (DVD)
  • Prem'er Video Fil'm (199?) (Russia) (VHS) (????)
  • Waylen Group (2012) (Taiwan) (video)

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Other Stuff

Online Apollo 13 (1995) Free Film HD Special Effects:

  • Digital Domain
  • Wonderworks (visual effects vehicles)

Apollo 13 (1995) Film Free Online HD Visual Effects by:

  • Shoshana Abrass known as senior systems administrator: Digital Domain
  • Jon Aghassian known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Tony Anderson known as gaffer: Digital Domain
  • Jeffrey Edward Baksinski known as technical assistant: Digital Domain
  • Peter Baustaedter known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Michole Bergstrom known as assistant camera: Digital Domain
  • Dennis Blakey known as supervising digital artist: Digital Domain (as Dennis M. Apollo 13 1995 Blakey)
  • Greg Bryant known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Matthew E. Apollo 13 1995 Butler known as image data coordinator: Digital Domain (as Matthew Butler)
  • Allen Cappuccilli known as visual effects supervising editor: Digital Domain
  • Floyd Casey known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Craig Caton known as visual effects assistant: Digital Domain (as Craig Caton-Largent)
  • Candice Chinn known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Matt Coohill known as systems administrator: Digital Domain
  • Judith Crow known as supervising digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Sean C. Apollo 13 1995 Cunningham known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Chris Dawson known as animation rephotography: Digital Domain
  • Laura Di Blagio known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Feliciano di Giorgio known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Tommy Dorsett known as visual effects assistant editor: Digital Domain
  • Hank Driskill known as software developer: Digital Domain
  • Leslie Ekker known as model crew chief: Digital Domain
  • John Ferrari known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Mark O. Apollo 13 1995 Forker known as lead digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Gordon Forkert known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Jammie Friday known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Jenny Fulle known as visual effects producer: Digital Domain
  • Martin Garner known as computer research/programming (as Marty Garner)
  • Joseph Goldstone known as scanning and recording manager: Digital Domain
  • Karen E. Apollo 13 1995 Goulekas known as digital effects supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Bryan Grill known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Jerry Hall known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Craig Halperin known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Lisa Harriman Anderson known as CGI coordinator: Digital Domain
  • Pablo Helman known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Caleb J. Apollo 13 1995 Howard known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Robert Hutchins known as pyro technician: Digital Domain
  • David Isyomin known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Gary Jackemuk known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Jeff Jones known as first assistant director: aerial unit
  • Amy Jupiter known as digital effects producer: Digital Domain
  • Jeffrey Kalmus known as scanning and recording supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Michael Kanfer known as digital compositing supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Michael Karp known as motion control camera operator: Digital Domain
  • Jake Kauth known as software developer: Digital Domain
  • Kelly L'Estrange known as production coordinator: Digital Domain
  • Mark A. Apollo 13 1995 Lasoff known as digital effects supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Robert Legato known as additional photography: Digital Domain
  • Robert Legato known as visual effects supervisor: Digital Domain
  • John Lisman known as machinist: Digital Domain
  • Christine Lo known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Mark Lohff known as digital effects producer: Digital Domain
  • Kevin Scott Mack known as digital effects art director: Digital Domain (as Kevin Mack)
  • Martha Snow Mack known as digital matte artist: Digital Domain
  • Josh Margolies known as visual effects assistant editor: Digital Domain
  • Brian Marincic known as best boy grip: Digital Domain
  • Gray Marshall known as night compositing supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Gerald McClung known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Pat McClung known as model supervisor: Digital Domain (as Patrick McClung)
  • John McLaughlin known as digital effects supervisor
  • Sabine Meyer zu Recendorf known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Erik Nash known as visual effects director of photography: Digital Domain
  • Simon O'Connor known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Felix Ojeda known as model maker: Digital Domain (as Felix Ojeda III)
  • Ethan Ormsby known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Rocco Passionino known as technical assistant: Digital Domain
  • Price Pethel known as digital compositing supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Rick Petretti known as best boy electrician: Digital Domain
  • Brian Peyatt known as assistant stage manager
  • Aaron Pfau known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Franco Pietrantonio known as CGI coordinator: Digital Domain
  • Bradford Plows known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Kelly Port known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Michael Possert known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Laurie Resnick known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Brian Ripley known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Eugene P. Apollo 13 1995 Rizzardi known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Randall J. Apollo 13 1995 Rosa known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Scott Salsa known as mechanical engineer: Digital Domain
  • Steven J. Apollo 13 1995 Scott known as lead digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Jay Sloat known as software developer: Digital Domain
  • Robert Small known as supervising digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Neville Spiteri known as supervising digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Bill Spitzak known as software developer: Digital Domain
  • Adam Stark known as lead digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • George Stevens known as model maker: Digital Domain
  • Cari Thomas known as visual effects line producer: Digital Domain
  • Martine Tomczyk known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Renée Tymn known as digital artist: Digital Domain (as Renee Chamblin)
  • Alfred Urrutia known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Joe Viskocil known as pyrotechnics supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Gary Walker known as lead digital compositor: Digital Domain (as Gary L. Apollo 13 1995 Walker II)
  • Lisa J. Apollo 13 1995 Watters known as production coordinator: Digital Domain
  • Debra Wolff known as visual effects editor: Digital Domain
  • Harrison Zanuck known as technical assistant: Digital Domain
  • James G. Apollo 13 1995 Anka known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Rob Bonchune known as model maker (uncredited)
  • James Cameron known as visual effects consultant (uncredited)
  • Mykel Denis known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Eric Alan Donaldson known as electrician: visual effects unit (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Egstad known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • C.W. Apollo 13 1995 Fallin known as camera operator (uncredited)
  • David Geldart known as DMR team supervisor (IMAX version) (uncredited)
  • Rosemarie Greer known as DMR artist (IMAX version) (uncredited)
  • Jim Hillin known as CGI RenderMan consultant (uncredited)
  • Adam Howard known as visual effects animator (uncredited)
  • Darren Langer known as electrician (uncredited)
  • Mark Alan Loso known as compositor (uncredited)
  • Anthony Mabin known as digital artist: Digital Domain (uncredited)
  • Chad Merriam known as visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
  • Laurance Messier known as model builder (uncredited)
  • Craig Mullins known as digital matte painter (uncredited)
  • Paul C. Apollo 13 1995 Nesmith known as video effects (uncredited)
  • John Paszkiewicz known as camera operator: model unit (uncredited)
  • Gary Platek known as cloud effects (uncredited)
  • Craig Edward Rogers Jr. Apollo 13 1995 known as digital scanning: The IMAX Experience (uncredited)
  • Craig Edward Rogers Jr. Apollo 13 1995 known as film recording: The IMAX Experience (uncredited)
  • Stephen Sobisky known as project manager: Viewpoint Datalabs (uncredited)
  • Milos Twilight known as digital effects artist (uncredited)
  • Xique Tymn known as systems administrator (uncredited)
  • Joe White known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Kieran Woo known as production controller: Digital Domain (uncredited)

Apollo 13 (1995) Free Film Online Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated PG for language and emotional intensity

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