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Apollo 13 (1995)

Apollo 13 (1995)

Apollo 13 is a gripping and thrilling movie released in 1995 that chronicles the ill-fated voyage of the Apollo 13 spacecraft. Directed by Ron Howard, the film stars Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, and Bill Paxton as the three astronauts who find themselves fighting for their lives after an oxygen tank explodes onboard their spaceship. Their desperate struggle for survival in the vastness of space captivates viewers from start to finish.

With its intense storyline, impeccable acting, and stunning visual effects, Apollo 13 offers an immersive experience. As the tension builds, viewers can feel the weight of the astronauts' predicament. The film showcases the incredible ingenuity and determination of NASA's mission control team as they work tirelessly to bring the crew back safely.

If you are interested in reliving the sounds and emotions of Apollo 13, you can easily play and download the movie's soundtrack. Immerse yourself in the suspenseful atmosphere and extraordinary accomplishments of this unforgettable journey.

A Any rescue system the space agency has long since calculated...
A little bit longer.
A pleasant evening.
A.M. Very, very A.M.
ABC News science editor Jules Bergman.
About the only thing the command module is good for is reentry.
About to lose signal.
Adjustin' it here, the attitude there, pitch, roll...
Affirmative, Andy. Jack's got one right here.
Affirmative, Andy. Jack's got one right here.
After this burn, we've got to build some time in the flight plan for sleep.
Ah, don't worry, guys.
Ah, Guenter Wendt.
Al Shepard's ear infection has flared up...
All from the confines of Mission Control and our house in Houston.
All I have to know is: How long do we need to burn the engine?
All my instruments are gone. My lights are gone and I can't even tell what my altitude is.
All right, all right. I got it. Hold on.
All right, Aquarius, this is Houston.
All right, Houston, we're standing by for those procedures.
All right, Jack, on three!
All right, Jack, on three!
All right, let's sell the house.
All right, we've returned to the...
All right?
All right.
All right.
All systems are nominal and on the line.
All the networks dumped us.
Almost 24 days already, than any other man,
Altitude is on the line.
An ABC New...
And all systems are nominal.
And as for me...
And astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert...
And bag up all the water you can before it freezes in there.
And could endanger the lives of the astronauts themselves...
And dig trenches in the street to get a better view.
And entering the moon's gravity on April 13?
And every light bulb that's up there.
And find more power.
And flew the space shuttle, having never gotten the measles.
And getting the astronauts safely back to Earth.
And have no place to go
And he's gonna grant you an extension on your income taxes...
And he's gonna have to turn around before he even gets to the moon.
And his crew on the first leg of the Apollo 13 mission.
And hold millions of pieces of information...
And I asked him recently if he ever was scared.
And I didn't want to cut the LEM loose with you guys still in it.
And I fly it down...
And I only went into the flying business as a means to getting a commission.
And I take the controls and I steer it around...
And I think once we're in that barbecue roll, uh, Jack and I will eat.
And I'll be walking in a place where there's 400 degrees difference...
And I'm a little worried about this cold affecting our battery efficiency.
And if this paperwork isn't right, who knows where we'll end up out here?
And it is still falling.
And it shoots us away from the Earth...
And it's a little bit dangerous.
And Ken's gonna be back in the simulator.
And many other members of Mission Control have gone on to other things,
And no one returned in his footsteps.
And on my mark, your velocity...
And pitching up.
And so is the crew. We gotta get them down to 12 amps.
And so it was leading me away from where I was supposed to be.
And the backup crew has to set up the guest list and book the hotel room.
And the moon is between you and the sun,
And the scrubbers intended to keep the atmosphere breathable...
And their parachutes might be three blocks of ice.
And then if you could give your oxygen tanks a stir.
And then you pass into the lunar sunrise over the lunar surface.
And this is flight surgeon horseshit, Deke!
And this softball were the moon,
And very happy, and we're thrilled.
And was curious as to whether it was going to light up again,
And was elected to Congress from the state of Colorado.
And we have a pretty good show in store for you tonight.
And we recommend you secure cabin pressurization.
And we talk on ze moon.
And we'll go honky tonkin' Honky tonkin'
And we're gonna go over it step by step, so there's no foul ups.
And we're switching to aft omni when we see the moon.
And we've all been bumped up to the prime crew of Apollo 13.
And welcome aboard Apollo 13.
And when you get in the LEM, two forward.
And who will that be?
And you, sir, are a steely eyed missile man.
And you've got to do it before you're out of power in the command module...
And your mountain's right there on the edge of that.
And your relative speed.
And, of course, his crew.
And, uh, return to the Odyssey.
And, we are told, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
And, when you get a chance, let us know how you're doing.
And...
Anything over 15 and you get impaired judgment, blackouts,
Apollo 13 backup crew, you're up in the simulator.
Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell has more time in space,
Apollo 13 flight controllers, listen up.
Apollo 13 is apparently also losing breathing oxygen...
Apollo 13, lifting off at 1300 hours and 13 minutes...
Apollo 13, we show S 4B shutdown...
Apollo 13, you are go for docking.
Aquarius, Houston. Do you read?
Aquarius, please advise on CO2 status.
Aquarius, that's 30 seconds until loss of signal.
Aquarius, this is Houston.
Aquarius, this is Houston.
Aquarius, this is Houston.
Aquarius, this is Houston. We've got you both on VOX.
Aquarius, this is Houston. You now have about 12 minutes to power up.
Aquarius, we don't want you to make any more waste dumps.
Are honored to be a part of it.
Are making their way through the tunnel to the lunar module,
Are quickly becoming saturated.
Are the flowers blooming in Houston?
Are there any other questions?
Are you saying you want the whole smash?
Are you scared?
Arthur, my notes are clear on that last sequence, right?
As exciting as a trip to Pittsburgh.
As fast as a bullet from a gun...
As he holds vigil with his classmates...
As her husband prepares to jettison his lunar module lifeboat,
As most of you are aware, there is no rescue possible in space flight.
As thick as a couple of layers...
As you know, that is time critical.
At that rate, in 16 hours the batteries are dead, not 45.
At the St. Johns Military Academy in Wisconsin.
At this rate we're gonna skip right out of the atmosphere, and we're never gonna get back.
At this rate, they nick the earth's atmosphere and bounce off into space.
Attempting to keep the Earth in the window.
Aw, I hate this already.
Away from the face of the earth...
B MAG number two, power to warm up done.
Back to the Iwo Jima and our live cameras there.
Barbara. Barbara, we are going to your father's broadcast.
Barely enough to run this coffee pot for nine hours.
Batt C...
Be advised it's gonna take Freddo and I a while to power up the computer...
Be aware our R.C.S. Isn't up here yet. We have no attitude control on Aquarius.
Because somebody in Japan was actually using the same frequency,
Because we're just gonna end up right back here with the same problems!
Better get some coffee going too, someone.
Better than Neil Armstrong. Way better than Pete Conrad.
Between sunlight and shadow.
Beyond the sea
Bill, what time you got?
Blanch, it's Marilyn.
Blanch, these nice, young men are gonna watch the television with you.
Blanch? Did Jim make Eagle Scout or not?
Blanch.
Booster, can you confirm that cutoff?
Boy, I wish you were here to see it.
Burn, cold soak, burn, cold soak, burn, manual control.
But at a suicidal 300.
But give us a minute to get our switches reset.
But he died of cancer before he was able to take office.
But he never dreamt of flying.
But he's not gonna get to walk on the moon.
But his mission was canceled because of budget cuts.
But I... Hey, speaking of girl watching,
But it can't be. She's not coming to the launch.
But my rate of turn is still a little slow.
But now we have your mother. She's just had this stroke.
But some are still there.
But the whole world is caught up in it.
But there seems to have been a change in the program.
But they've still got a long way to come.
But tonight, a mere 18 months after the tragedy of Apollo 1...
But we are definitely shallowing again.
But you are not wearing that out in this neighborhood.
But, uh, they seem to work out.
C.M.C. Attitude I.M.U.
C.M.C. Mode, auto, and we're on the computer.
C.M.C. Source.
C.M.R.C.S. Pressure on.
C.M.R.C.S. Pressurization.
Came in too steep. We're dead.
Can they fly it manually and still shut it down...
Can we just have a word with you?
Can't last them until they can get back to Earth.
CAPCOM. Flight, he says it will be ready in time.
Causing the spacecraft to hit the water not at a gentle 20 miles per hour,
Char broiled.
Christ, I know why my numbers are wrong.
Christopher Columbus, Charles Lindbergh and Neil Armstrong.
Circling, waiting for first radar contact.
Circuit breaker caution and warning main B closed.
Clearly, we have some obstacles to overcome.
Closing down the react valves for fuel cells shut down?
Come on, baby. Come on.
Come on, rookie, park that thing.
Come on.
Come to see me, baby and bring along some dough
Come up here on a real mission.
Command module computer and O2 flow high.
Communication umbilical on.
Control, this is Guidance. They're ready for takeoff.
Copy that.
Copy that.
Copy that.
Copy. He's here.
Could that happen again?
Dad... did you know the astronauts in the fire?
Daddy was funny.
Damn it!
Damn, we were close.
Damn!
Deke is one of the original Mercury seven astronauts, ladies and gentlemen.
Deke, you might be able to answer this lady's question.
Did they fix it?
Did you know that our first bachelor astronaut is on his way to the moon?
Did you read that three million...
Didn't think we'd be back in here so soon.
Do it again.
Do we know for sure that we can power this thing back up?