Earth sends a five-man team to explore the frozen planet Uranus, only to find a temperate forest and sultry women from their past on it, courtesy of an alien brain with evil designs. Showing all 4 items Jump to: Summaries (4) Summaries. Journey to the Seventh Planet is a 1962 English/Danish B science-fiction/horror film directed by Sidney W. Pink. Journey to the Seventh Planet is a 1962 Danish-American science fiction film.It was directed by Sid Pink, written by Pink and Ib Melchior, and shot in Denmark with a budget of only US$75,000.. Uranus, the seventh planet in the solar system, has not been charted by the United Nations' Space Fleet. Journey to the Savage Planet has two endings. It’s hard to call either of them good or bad, given the moral gray area the game exists in..

. As a movie, the ideas hold up but the acting and the dialog do not. Journey to the Seventh Planet did it first (although it can also be argued that the idea originated in Forbidden Planet from 1956), and for this, and its Star Trek-like qualities, its historical significance and influence are firmly cemented as nothing short of gargantuan. Earth sends a five-man team to explore the frozen planet Uranus, only to find a temperate forest and sultry women from their past on it, courtesy of an alien brain with evil designs. JOURNEY TO THE 7TH PLANET - Otto Brandenburg - "Ending Credits" (1962) This 1962 Danish Sci-Fi classic had a great song during the ending credits, sung by Otto Brandenburg that was cut from the original American release for some reason.
Directed by Sidney W. Pink. With John Agar, Carl Ottosen, Ove Sprogøe, Louis Miehe-Renard. In the year 2001, the United Nations has assumed total control of Earth; there are no longer any wars and mankind is solely concerned with science.To that end, most of the solar system has been explored. Journey to the Seventh Planet (1961) Plot.