Berlin: Fritz Lang Film / UFA, 1929. Original German program for the 1929 film.
"Woman in the Moon" is generally recognized as the first serious film to portray space travel. It was also the first to introduce the basics of rocket travel to a mass audience, including the use of a multi-stage rocket and a "countdown to zero" being used prior to a rocket launch. Lang's final silent film, two years before he made his sound debut with "M."
8.75 x 11.25 inches, 8 pages, originally side stitched. Good only. Staples missing, near complete separation to the front and rear leaves, neatly repaired with cello tape. Faint pencil notation to the front wrapper. Presents as Very Good plus overall.