You are, no doubt, at this moment in time sitting back in your seat, fastening your seatbelt and preparing to take off on this 'routine scientific survey flight'. However, it was in slightly different surroundings that the first brave passengers blasted off into this cosmic adventure.
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Return To The Forbidden Planet Midis
Return To The Forbidden Planet Waves
The Life After The Forbidden Planet
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THE STORY OF "THE TEMPEST"
Prospero, who is a magician, is replaced as Duke of Milan by his brother Antonio and is then cast adrift in a boat along with his young daughter Miranda. Twelve years later we find the two living on a deserted island. There, Prospero is served by a spirit Ariel, and an earth and sea monster, Caliban.
Prospero's power is great and he uses it to create a storm in order to shipwreck his brother Antonio, along with Alonso King Of Naples, Alonso's brother Sebastian and son Ferdinand, bringing them to the island and into his power.
The alercations that occur during their time on the island include Sebastian plotting to kill his brother and so become King of Naples; the court jester and a drunken butler being persuaded by Caliban to attempt taking control of the island from Prospero; and the King's son Ferdinand and Miranda falling in love.
All the loose ends are tied up with Prospero preventing Sebastian from killing the King; thwarting the jester and butler's attempt to take control of the island; and forgiving his brother for usurping him Duke of Milan. He also gives his blessing to Miranda and Ferdinand, sets Ariel free and pardons Caliban.
In the end Prospero gives up his power and returns to Milan.
Music is "GREAT BALLS OF FIRE"
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