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Glut and Jim Harmon. The government played no significant role in scientific genius Captain Video single-handedly saving the world out of a sense of civic duty. By so doing, he not only defeated evildoers such as Dr. His most fiendish adversary was Dr.
Pauli, who had his own set of super-duper hardware, including the Barrier of Silence later parodied on "Get Smart" , the Cloak of Invisibility, and the Trisonic Compensator.
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Late in its life, the show was retitled "The Secret Files of Captain Video" and they stopped editing in stock footage of Westerns through the money-saving "Remote Carrier Beam.
Pauli -- Bran Mossen Dr. Each epsiode opened with an extreme close-up of a pair of eyes, cutting to a close-up of a bloody hand reaching for the light switch, and a voice-over of a chilling laugh and the catch-phrase "lights out, everybody!
Some were adaptations of classic short stories, others were developed specially for this series. Silent movies, and then sound movies of preceded this show, as did the radio serial which began in -- was it just a coincidence that the Stock market then crashed?
A TV pilot starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke was produced in , but was not picked up for either network or syndication. Christopher Lee starred in several British films of the s, and a feature film of starred Peter Sellers -- the last film completed before his untimely death. Buck Rogers saved the universe over and over, using hardware standard in pulp-magazine space opera. His base was the world capital of Niagra, and his allies included the chaste-but-sexy Wilma, the Einsteinian Dr.
Huer, and the courageous Martian Black Barney. An attempt to cash in on the success of "Captain Video", this juvenile television series was transmitted live. Due to budget limitations, although most of the action was set in the far future and referred to interplanetary adventure, most of the action was in the laboratory set, purportedly in a cave hidden behind Niagra Falls.
This series started on radio in , with its super-scientist fighting crime, and assisted by a clumsy assistant Ikky.
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The kids who watched the show could join the Secret Squadron in fact, kid members, albeit actors, were sometimes featured in the show as a network of individuals helping Captain Midnight. Note that their code designations were SQ followed by a number. When the show first came on radio, they were SS something.
Flash Gordon himself was a preppie blond polo-playing Yale graduate who accompanied Dale Arden and Dr. Zharkov to the planet Mongo, ruled by the evil Emperor Ming the Merciless. In , NBC ran a Saturday morning animated series. The following year, a rather entertaining big-budget film lost a bundle, and the franchise has been in limbo ever since. Duckweather messed with the control panel and accidently tapped into a TV show from an inhabited planet Jupiter.
He thereafter conversed with puppets Johnny Jupiter and B, who were confused about life on Earth, as they had nothing but TV broadcasts to go on. Duckweather became a star of Jupiter TV, but he had nothing but their shows to show him their culture. See "Return of the Lost Planet. This falls within the definition of science fiction, in that it explicitly relates science and technology and their effect on human beings.
The best episode had three people testing space suits by walking across Death Valley, where they have a deadly encounter with armed militia members who assume that they are alien invaders. It featured drama in spacecraft, space station, Moon Base, and in the vicinity of various planets and moons in the solar system. Using marvelous sets, costumes, and background "Matte" paintings by Chesley Bonestell Dean of Space Artisist this series presumed that men would first go into space on an aerospace plane perhaps a X atop a Navaho booster , then build a toroidal space station, then use the space station as a base from which to probe the moon, and finally to land on the Moon.
In fact, President Kennedy scrapped such plans when CIA reports suggested that the Russians were going a "quick and dirty" route to orbit, preparing to send men into space in capsules launched by modified ballistic missiles. He tasked NASA with an equally crude but immediate approach.
The rest is history. Some critics see "Future Tense" p. Edward McCauley -- William Lundigan only regular cast??? This episode intercut between dramatization and speculation on lunar environments by a real scientist, Robert R. A now-obscure series that should be commended for its attention to literature, which was simply ahead of its time.
Teleplays were adapted from short stories by notable science fiction authors. The Quatermass Experiment, BBC, , 6 episodes 40 minutes each In Great Britain, this was seen in on television as a six-part serial, but in the United States it was only seen after Hammer Films adapted the episodes and two sequel series into feature films, which were released in the US and broadcast at obscure times as "The Creeping Unknown", "Enemy from Space", and "Five Million Years to Earth.
The series was transmitted live using TV cameras each with only a single lens, which prevented rapid cuts from one camera to another, although some special effects sequences were pre-filmed inserts.
The British government was being taken over from within by extraterrestrials who had previously set up a remote rural base camp in England or Scotland.
Earth was starting to be invaded by insectile aliens five million years ago. The site of the first Martian spaceship has been a location for supernatural events ever since London was founded. When this site is accidently excavated for commercial real estate construction, the invasion picks up where it left off. This was a marvellously well-thought-through story, with scientists actually analyzing stuff, and the martians having a self-consistent but decidedly non-human characterization and social structure.
And I thought -- what if they found something else far beyond that? What if they uncovered a spaceship? And this led to Quatermass and the Pit. See "The Lost Planet. At its best, this was very good. At its worst, it was flat-out boring.
According to "Future Tense" p. This is avoided at the story conference by excluding the scientists at the start Iger, using male stunt-doubles in female wigs.
Irish McCalla was in B-movies in the s and s, and then became an acknowledged serious sucessful painter, a true story stranger than fiction. More powerful than a locomotive!
Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound! Superman, strange visitor from another planet, who came to Earth with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men! Superman, who can change the course of mighty rivers, bend steel in his bare hands, and who, disguised as Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for a great metropolitan newspaper, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American way! The series had pretty good ratings, partly because of the stories and acting, and partly because of the visual quality achieved by pre-filming as opposed to live telecast.
From the third season, the filming was in color. It was transmitted live, with filmed inserts.
It alternated with other series in its Friday 9: Heinlein and his second wife Virginia have minimized access to documents about how actively involved Heinlein was in "Tom Corbett", but some episodes show his handiwork, such as the reference to weightlessness being more properly called "Free Fall" -- a term invented by Heinlein and now widely accepted.
Ballentine, we read p. Did you read them? It has the high moral standards of soap opera. To return to the actual plot of Tom Corbett: Somewhen in the 24th Century, young Tom Corbett "Tex" in the novel entered the Space Academy of the Interplanetary Patrol, in Colorado, in the novel along with verbally-aggressive pal Roger Manning Matt in the novel and cerebral Astro from Venus, with all hoping to graduate to the Solar Guards.
Aboard the good spaceship "Polaris" they adventured throughout the solar system, and plot complications were based on the dangers of meteors or radiation rather than mad scientists or evil aliens a fatal flaw in "Captain Video".
We do know that Program Advisor Willy Ley, a noted ex-German space expert and science writer, brought "hard science fiction" concepts such as asteroid belts, artificial gravity, and anti-matter to the series. The series only lasted three months at CBS -- probably due to budgetary concerns or disappointing sales of the now-collectable merchandise -- and moved to a couple of years at ABC.
NBC merely aired kinescopes of episodes as a summer replacement for Victor Borge. The show was televised live, like "Captain Video" and "Buck Rogers", but unlike these competitors, the special effects were also live.
Ed found it of interest when read my note above about the Heinleins. Ed has a lead on who wrote the TC newspaper and Dell Comics. Richard Jessup,the radio and tv scripter? Check out the web site: George and Marion Kirby die of exposure after being trapped in a ski-trip avalanche. Besides their two deaths, their attempted rescuer perishes too -- the St.
George, Marion, and Neil who likes a huge snifter of brandy whenever possible make a concerted effort to get Topper to unwind and have fun. Nobody but he can see the ghosts, and so his behavior is taken to be, at best, eccentric by his wife Henrietta, his co-worker Mr. Schuyler, and his maid and cook. Another series based on a Thorne Smith novel was "Turnabout" Host -- Rod Serling Narrator -- Charles Aidman World of Giants, syndicated, A cheesy attempt to squeeze extra profit from the huge props left over after the filming of "The Incredible Shrinking Man.
A radio message from the Andromeda galaxy, over a million light years away, is picked up by a radio telescope, and turns out to be the blueprints and assembly instructions for an alien supercomputer. When the supercomputer is turned on, it builds a beautiful woman, whose mind is partly alien.
There was a sequel, about a second Andromeda computer being assembled in South America, with pretty much the same production team, but with Susan Hampshire replacing Julie Christie.
Newman followed the escapist super-agent popularity of James Bond by restructuring the show in and renaming it "The Avenger. For more information, telephone Samantha was a beautiful witch who married mortal advertising executive Darrin in the establishing episode, and promised to abandon her nose-twitching magical powers.
Her family never approved of the marriage or the non-magical lifestyle, including her father Maurice, mother Endora, prankster Uncle Arthur, and befuddled Aunt Clara, each and every one a warlock or witch.