Intergalactic Velvet was the popular sequel to National Velvet and International Velvet. The 1952 film starred Elizabeth Taylor and Buster Crabbe, and was followed by two more films:
Intergalactic Velvet Versus Godzilla (1954). Sequel to Intergalactic Velvet has the space horse battling Godzilla for domination of the Earth’s atmosphere.
Intergalactic Velvet Meets Sputnik (1959). Final installment in the Intergalactic Velvet series stars Natalie Wood, with Gert Frobe as Khrushchev.
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