Always “go” before you go.
Human urgency, canine urgency…it’s all urgency!
P B 4 U GO…that was my license plate when the kids were small.
Love rocket episodes, hey noticed no "Danger Exhaust " on Red’s space craft.
Isn’t that always the way? Lol!
Life in your 60s.
Next lift-off – you’ll be better prepared
When you gotta go you gotta go. :-)
He didn’t have to go earlier.
By the time of Red and Rover, I would have been flying black and white Saturn rockets. “Dad, do we have some black paint?”
that would be the Redstone rocket, which carried astronauts Alan Shepard and Gus Grissom to their suborbital excursions in 1961
I laughed so hard! Such imagination from a little NASA box and two adorable little darlings!
Didn’t know it worked in reverse. Neither did Daffy Duck.
When you gotta go…..
Imagination at its finest.
I miss the excitement and wonder of the space exploration years.
Perfect liftoff! All systems were well within nominal. Refuel and you’re clear to go in the next window.
The cameras never zoomed in on the capsule door. Someone might have had it open for one last relief before liftoff.
Nice rendering of a Gemini-Titan.
It’s nice to see Gemini-Titan getting some love! The only nit to pick is that the flames are too colorful; the Titan (“something”-zines) burned nearly invisibly. But I guess the movies have conditioned you to expect planet-shattering kabooms and phaser pew-pews in a vacuum, and visible rocket plumes.
November 20, 2013