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baby at the end of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" [1968]             back on page 1: top of page
brief essay

books about science
fiction movies & TV

selected science fiction films & TV
a few sci-fi classics
Silent Era sci-fi movies
other sci-fi movies, A to M


here on page 2

sci-fi movies N thru ST thru Z

science fiction TV, A to Z

sci-fi movie DVD collections

other mediaimage gallery

links

“Science fiction films are not about science. They are about disaster, which is one of the oldest subjects of art.”
— Susan Sontag [1933-2004]

list of science fiction films (by decade) at Wikipedia
list of 50 Best Sci-fi/Fantasy Movies at Gear Patrol website
this symbol indicates a film listed on Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies (10/2015)  Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies" list (10/2015)

Science Fiction Page at Spirit of America Bookstore
Science Fiction Anthologies & Collections Page at Spirit of America Bookstore

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more selected science fiction films & TV

           N   thru   S
"Nausicaä of The Valley of The Wind"
aka "Kaze no Tani no Naushika"
[Tokuma Shoten/Toei Japan March 1984, USA June 1985]
Nausicaä of The Valley of The Wind animated feature film directed by Hayao Miyazaki  A thousand years after biological warfare destroyed Earth's civilizations, Princess Nausicaä discovers that other city states exist across the toxic Sea of Decay, and all seem to be at war with each other. The movie is based on the first two volumes of Miyazaki's manga comics. Written & directed by Hayao Miyazaki; voices of Sumi Shimamoto, Mahito Tsujimura, Hisako Kyôda, Gorô Naya, Ichirô Nagai, Kôhei Miyauchi, Jôji Yanami & Minoru Yada; won Kinema Junpo Readers' Choice Award, Mainichi Film Concours Ofuji Noburo Award & the Animage Anime Grand Prix Award
Disney Home Ent. color DVD [2/2005] 2 disks for $16.99
40"x27" dark French "Nausicaä" poster art print from Amazon for $16.48
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [9/2014 upload; 2:08] online at YouTube

Nausicaä of The Valley of The Wind manga books by Hayao Miyazaki  "Nausicaä of The Valley of The Wind" manga books [1982-94]
Story & art by Hayao Miyazaki

Miyazaki drew the manga comic books to establish commercial popularity and
thus enable financing of the movie; manga series entry at Wikipedia
Volume 1 (2/1982): VIZ Media 10x7 pb [2/2004] for $9.95
Volume 2: VIZ Media 10x7 pb [3/2004] for $9.95
Volume 3: VIZ Media 10x7 pb [5/2004] for $9.95
Volume 4: VIZ Media 10x7 pb [6/2004] for $9.95
Volume 5: VIZ Media 10x7 pb [7/2004] for $9.95
Volume 6: VIZ Media 10x7 pb [8/2004] for $9.95
Volume 7 (3/1994): VIZ Media 10x7 pb [9/2004] for $9.95
The Art of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind book by Hayao Miyazaki  
"Nausicaä of The Valley of The Wind: Watercolor Impressions" [2001 & 2007]
by Hayao Miyazaki {original title "The Art of Nausicaä"}

VIZ Media 12x9¼ hardcover [11/2007] for $26.59
Nausicaä soundtrack CD  "Nausicaä of The Valley of Wind" soundtrack CD [2004]
Studio Ghibli Records import soundtrack CD [9/2004] for $39.99
Team Ghiblink fansite's "Nausicaä" movie page

GOLD STAR: listed on Business Insider's The 35 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime, 9/2013   "1 9 8 4 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)" by George Orwell [1903-50]

"Oblivion" [video Dec 1994]

"Passengers" [Sony Pictures Dec 2016?]  
Announced 9/2016: Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are two passengers onboard a spaceship transporting them to a new life on another planet • latest info at IMDb
watch 9/2016 official trailer [2:42] at YouTube

"Paul" [Relativity Media/Universal Pictures March 2011]
Blu-ray cover for 'Paul' alien comedy  Filmed in California, New Mexico & Wyoming; two British comic-book geeks traveling across the U.S. in an R.V. encounter a bug-eyed alien who just escaped from Area 51 • Directed by Greg Mottola; written by & starring Simon Pegg & Nick Frost; starring Seth Rogen (voice of Paul), Kristen Wiig, Jason Bateman, Sigourney Weaver, Bill Hader
Universal Studios Home Ent. widescreen color Blu-ray/digital/Ultraviolet combo [6/2013] for $7.99
Universal Studios Home Ent. widescreen color DVD [8/2011] for $5.00
full credits at IMDbauthor/book entry at Wikipedia

"Perfect Woman" comedy TV show [1981]
 1981 'Perfect Woman' comedy TV show  Based on watching Earthian television transmissions, a king on a distant planet decides to marry a 'perfect woman' on Earth. • Co-produced, co-written & co-directed by Robert Emenegger & Allan Sandler; music by Robert Emenegger; starring Fred Willard, Joanne Nail, Peter Kastner, Barry Gordon, Cameron Mitchell, Marie Windsor, Rudy Vallee, Ronnie Schell, Paul Keith, Barbara Minkus, Donna Ponterotto, Angela Aames, Wayne Heffley, L. Michael Drummond
V.C.I. Home Video widescreen color DVD [1/2012] for $19.99
full credits at IMDb

"The Phantom Empire" 12-chapter movie serial [Mascot Pictures Feb 1935]
'The Phantom Empire' 1935 12-chapter movie serial starring Gene Autry  Combination sci-fi Western musical movie serial! Autry's first starring role; filmed at Mack Sennett Studios, Bronson Canyon, and Griffith Observa-tory in Hollywood, and at Agoura Ranch, Chatsworth Park, and Iverson Ranch in the San Fernando Valley. Radio singer Gene and two teen sidekicks are kidnapped by Thunder Riders of the underground civilization Murania, in the midst of an attack by above-ground scientists and a revolution against the evil queen • Chapter Titles: 1. The Singing Cowboy; 2. The Thunder Riders; 3. The Lightning Chamber; 4. Phantom Broadcast; 5. Beneath The Earth; 6. Disaster From The Skies; 7. From Death To Life; 8. Jaws of Jeopardy; 9. Prisoners of The Ray; 10. The Rebellion; 11. A Queen In Chains; 12. The End of Murania • Directed by Otto Brower & B. Reeves Eason; written by Hy Freedman, Gerald Geraghty, Maurice Geraghty & Wallace MacDonald; starring Gene Autry, Frankie Darro, Betsy King Ross, Dorothy Christy, Wheeler Oakman, Charles K. French, Warner Richmond, J. Frank Glendon, Lester 'Smiley' Burnett, Peter Potter/William Moore, Edward Peil Sr., Jack Carlyle, Ray Corrigan, and the Radio Ranch Band
241-minute Shout! Factory/Timeless Media DVD [6/2011] 3 disks for $18.20
240-minute V.C.I. Ent. b&w DVD [2/2008] 1 disk for $8.77
129-minute Digiview b&w DVD [4/2004] for $9.98
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 5/2009 official trailer [2:10] online at YouTube
watch 12 chapters from playlist [9/2013 upload] online at YouTube

"Purple People Eater" family comedy feature [M.P.C.A./Concorde Dec 1988]
Purple People Eater 1988 comedy feature  Based on the 1958 hit novelty song by Sheb Wooley; location filming in Fullerton, California; when a kid plays an old record of 'Purple People Eater', an actual purple space alien appears, and together they help save the home of an elderly couple from a greedy landlord • Written & directed by Linda Shayne; starring Neil Patrick Harris, Ned Beatty, Shelley Winters, Thora Birch, Peggy Lipton, Chubby Checker, Little Richard, James Houghton, John Brumfield, Molly Cheek, Kimberly McCullough, Sheb Wooley, Shonda Whipple, Lindsay Price, Laura Bruneau, Frances Buchsbaum, Nikki Cox, Dustin Diamond, cameo by Linda Shayne
DVD/Blu-ray not available • Media Home Ent. color VHS [4/89] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [6/2009 upload; 1:11] online at YouTube
watch full movie [10/2013 upload; 1:30:14] online at YouTube

"Radar Men From The Moon" 12-chapter serial [Republic Pictures Jan 1952]
Radar Men From The Moon 1952 12-chapter serial starring George Wallace {as Commando Cody}  NOTE: NOT filmed in 3-D! Commando Cody, 'Sky Marshal of The Universe', learns that America's defenses are being destroyed by an 'atomic gun' used by Earthian thugs in the pay of Retik, Ruler of The Moon, who seeks to invade and rule the Earth. Chapter Titles: 1. Moon Rocket, 2. Molten Terror, 3. Bridge of Death, 4. Flight To Destruction, 5. Murder Car, 6. Hills of Death, 7. Camouflaged Destruction, 8. The Enemy Planet, 9. Battle In The Stratosphere, 10. Mass Execution, 11. Planned Pursuit, and 12. Death of The Moon Man • Directed by Fred C. Brannon; written by Ronald Davidson; starring George Wallace {as Commando Cody}, Aline Towne, Roy Barcroft, William Bakewell, Peter Brocco & Clayton Moore
Complete Serial, Remastered: A2Zcds, Inc. b&w DVD [10/2007] 3 disks for $24.95
Complete Serial: Reel Classic Films b&w DVD [10/2007] for $14.95
Complete Serial + 2 cartoons: CATCOM Home Video b&w DVD [8/2008] for $4.49
Volumes 1 & 2: Alpha Home Ent. b&w DVD [11/2007] 2 disks for $14.49
serial credits at IMDbserial entry at Wikipedia

"Red Planet Mars" feature film [1952]
Red Planet Mars 1952 feature film  An American scientist contacts the planet Mars by radio and receives information that Mars is a utopia and that Earth's people can be saved if they return to the worship of God. Revolution sweeps the Earth, including the Soviet Union. But there remains doubt about the messages being genuine, as an ex-Nazi claims he was duping the Americans. • Directed by Harry Horner; written by John L. Balderston & {co-producer} Anthony Veiller, based on the 1932 stageplay by Balderston & John Hoare; starring Peter Graves, Andrea King, Herbert Berghof, Walter Sande, Marvin Miller, Willis Bouchey, Morris Ankrum, Orley Lindgren, Bayard Veiller, Ben Astar, Vince Barnett, Robert Carson, James Conaty, Wade Crosby, Claude Dunkin, Charles Evans, Franklyn Farnum, Sam Flint, Sam Harris, Ed Hinton, Tom Keene, Bill Kennedy, Colin Kenny, Henry Kulky, Grace Leonard, Dayton Lummis, George Magrill, Lewis Martin, Frank Mills, Leo Mostovoy, House Peters Jr., Joe Ploski, Gene Roth, Bert Stevens, Robert Stevenson, Brick Sullivan, John Topa
Cheezy Flicks Ent. b&w DVD [12/2006] for $7.19
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch full movie [11/2013 upload; 1:27:18] online at YouTube

"The Reluctant Astronaut" feature film [] starring hilarious Don Knotts

"Riders To The Stars" feature film [United Artists Jan 1954]
Riders to the Stars 1954 movie  Filmed in color; a dozen men are tested by the government for suitability for a secret project; after the test, four candidates remain; once the project's purpose is revealed, one candidate quits and the other three begin training to visit outer space in a rocket ship, to gather meteorites to discover how they are insulated from solar rays. • Co-produced & story by Ivan Tors; directed by & starring Richard Carlson; co-produced & co-directed by Herbert L. Strock; screenplay by Curt Siodmak; also starring William Lundigan, Herbert Marshall, Martha Hyer, Dawn Addams, Robert Karnes, Lawrence Dobkin, George Eldredge, Dan Riss, Michael Fox, King Donovan, Kem Dibbs, James Best
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch full movie [7/2016 upload; 1:17:14] online at YouTube
the novelization by Robert Smith is based on the screenplay by Curt Siodmak
Kindle Edition from Pickle Partners Publng [11/2016] for $2.28 {sic}
Ballantine #58 mass pb [1953] out of print/used

"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" [Embassy Pictures Nov 1964]
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians  Often included on lists of worst films ever made; filmed in color, the Martians are green; the King of Mars decides he wants the children to stop watching so much Earthian television and be happier; so he kidnaps Santa Claus and two kids from Earth . . .
Co-produced & co-written by Paul L. Jacobson; directed by Nicholas Webster; co-written by Glenville Mareth; music by Milton Delugg; starring John Call {as Santa Claus}, Leonard Hicks, Vincent Beck, Bill McCutcheon, Victor Stiles, Donna Conforti, Chris Month, Pia Zadora {age 8}, Leila Martin, Charles Renn, James Cahill, Ned Wertimer, Doris Rich {as Mrs. Claus}, Gene Lindsey {as the polar bear}, Carl Don, Ivor Bodin, Al Nesor, Josip Elic, Jim Bishop, Lin Thurmond, Don Blair, Tony Ross, Scott Aronesty, Ron Rotholz, Glenn Schaffer {Torg the Robot is not mentioned in IMDb credits}
Kino Lorber Films restored color Blu-ray [12/2012] for $15.79
Kino Lorber Films Special Edition restored color Blu-ray [10/2013] out of prodn/used
Passport Video color DVD [8/00] for $7.97
Cobra Ent. color DVD [1/2011] for $8.37
Mutant Sorority Pictures digitally-remastered color DVD [12/2014] for $9.79
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipediawatch official trailer [11/2015 upload; 1:15] online at YouTube
watch full movie [5/2015 upload; 1:21:18] online at YouTube

Other merchandise/artifacts include a single-issue comic book, novelization (with DVD), and several stageplay versions.

"The Silent Star (Der Schweigende Stern)" feature film [East Germany/Poland 1960]
U.S.A title "First Spaceship On Venus" [Crown Intl. Pictures Oct 1962]
Silent Star 1960 / First Spaceship On Venus 1962 feature film  An artifact discovered in Mongolia is determined to be from the planet Venus, and the source of the Tunguska meteor hit of 1908 is revised to be a spaceship explosion; a Russian mission to Mars is diverted to Venus . . .; German version 93 minutes, USA version 79 minutes; author Lem was unhappy with the movies, possibly due to propaganda elements (which were removed from the American release) • Co-written & directed by Kurt Maetzig; co-written by James Fethke; adapted from the 1951 novel "The Astronauts" by Stanislaw Lem; starring Yôko Tani, Oldrich Lukes, Ignacy Machowski, Julius Ongewe, Michail N. Postni-kow, Kurt Rackelmann, Günther Simon, Hua-Ta Tang, Lucyna Winnicka
American Pop Classic 'FSOV' English (dubbed?) color DVD [2/2016] for $9.99
Desert Island Films 'FSOV' English (dubbed?) color DVD [2/2012] for $10.49
First Run Features 'TSS' subtitled color DVD [8/2005] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch full 'FSOV' movie [1:18:31] online at Internet Archive

listed #33 on Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies in 2015  "Silent Running" [March 1972] /tt0067756/
three very short worker robots named Huey and Dewey and Louie
http://www.amazon.com/Silent-Running-Bruce-Dern/dp/B000063UR1/

"The Making of Silent Running" (1972] /tt0196732/

GOLD STAR: listed on Business Insider's The 35 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime, 9/2013  "Slaughterhouse Five" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. [1922-2007]

"Space Mutiny" feature film [Action Intl. Pictures Aug 1988]
aka "Mutiny In Outer Space"
lobby card for 'Mutiny In Outer Space' aka 'Space Mutiny' [1988]  Filmed in South Africa; the security detail on a space ship takes over with the intention of selling the crew into slavery . . .; included on many lists of worst films of all time • Co-produced & co-directed by David Winters; co-directed by Neal Sundstrom; written by Maria Dante & Ian Yule; starring Reb Brown, John Phillip Law, James Ryan, Cameron Mitchell, Cisse Cameron, Graham Clarke, Billy Second, Rufus Swart, Arthur Hall, Norman Anstey, Rick Skidmore, Guy Pringle, Claudia Jacobs, Evan J. Klisser, Chip Mitchell, Gary D. Sweeney, Mark Grayton, Dennis Robbins, Kevin Kirby, Keith Carey, Colton Green, Chris Low, Neil Carrick, David Rogan, Madeleine Reynal, Naomi Goldberg
Echo Bridge Home Ent. color DVD [8/00] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"Space Probe Taurus" sci-fi horror feature film [American Intl. Pictures 1965] /tt0059743/
Written & directed by Leonard Katzman
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_R7LoJCR2E [1:20:47]

"Spark: A Space Tail" animated feature film [Open Road Films April 2017] /tt3228088/

listed #49 on Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies in 2015  "Starship Troopers" feature film [1997]
Directed by Paul Verhoeven; based on the book by Robert A. Heinlein [1907-88]; starring Caspar Van Dien, Denise Richards, Michael Ironside
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starship_Troopers_(film)

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listed #56 on Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies in 2015  "The Time Machine" [1960]
Directed by George Pal; starring Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux, Alan Young

"The Time Machine" remake [1978] /tt0078401/

"The Time Travelers" [A.I.P. Oct 1964]
'The Time Travelers' movie from A.I.P.  Scientists attempting to view the future instead create a portal that sends them to 2071, a desolate post-nuclear war Earth populated by mutants and androids. Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff; co-written & directed by Ib Melchior; cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond; starring Preston Foster, Philip Carey, Merry Anders, John Hoyt, Dennis Patrick, Joan Woodbury, Delores Wells, Steve Franken, Berry Kroeger, Gloria Leslie, Molly Glessing, Peter Strudwick, J. Edward McKinley, Margaret Seldeen & Forrest J. Ackerman
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
Thorn/E.M.I. color VHS [2012] out of prodn/used
available on DVD on "Movies 4 You: Sci-Fi Classics" 4-pack [2013]
with "The Man From Planet X" [1951], "The Angry Red Planet" [1959], and "Beyond The Time Barrier" [1960]
Shout! Factory / Timeless Media b&w/color DVD [9/2013] for $5.86

"2001: A Space Travesty" spoof
[Canada Sept 2001; USA video March 2002]
2001 A Space Travesty spoof  "The Most Outer-Spaced Out Comedy Ever!" • Space aliens have kidnapped and cloned and replaced the President of the U.S.A., so the International Security Force assigns Marshall Richard 'Dick' Dix to prevent further kidnappings of heads of state; Dix heads to the planet Vegan, inhabited by aliens who learned English from watching American television . . . Filmed in Canada, Germany, Japan & Washington, DC; co-produced by & starring Leslie Nielsen; directed by Allan A. Gold-stein; also starring Ophélie Winter, Ezio Greggio, Peter Egan, Alexandra Kamp, Damien Masson, Pierre Edwards, David Fox, Sam Stone, Verona Pooth, Michel Perron, Paul Rainville, Yvan Ducharme, Tommy Schnurmacher, Alan Shearman, Teresa Barnwell, David Francis, Una Kay, Michele Scarabelli, Mark Stevens, Ellen David, Armand Laroche, Pierre Lenoir, Richard Jutras, David Millbern, Matthew Smiley, Charles Dennis, Natalie Gray, Betsy Soo, Robert Suetsugu, Reid Asato, Luc Campeau, Stéphanie Dumoulin-Shaw, Annabelle Torsein, Charles Papasoff, Jean-Marc Bisson, Alain Bérard, Caroline André, Toni Sherwood, Mikael Gravel, Cindy Davis, Line Pelletier, Mike Tsar, Jeffrey Weissman
Sony Pictures Home Ent. color DVD [3/2002] for $6.98
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"Undersea Kingdom" 12-chapter movie serial [Republic Pictures May 1936]
Undersea Kingdom 12-episode 1936 serial  Heroic naval officer and star athlete Crash Corrigan and his fellow explorers voyage to lost Atlantis aboard Professor Norton’s rocket powered submarine and get caught up in the middle of a war between ruthless conqueror Unga Khan and Neptune’s high priest Sharad - a battle for the fate of the Undersea Kingdom; Chapter Titles: 1. Beneath The Ocean Floor; 2. Undersea Kingdom; 3. Arena of Death; 4. Revenge of The Volkites {robots}; 5. Prisoners of Atlantis; 6. Juggernaut Strikes; 7. Submarine Strikes; 8. Into The Metal Tower; 9. Death In The Air; 10. Atlantis Destroyed; 11. Flaming Death; and 12. Ascent To The Upperworld
Directed by B. Reeves Eason & Joseph Kane; written by Tracy Knight, John Rathmell, Maurice Geraghty & Oliver Drake; starring Ray 'Crash' Corrigan, Lois Wilde, Monte Blue, William Farnum, Boothe Howard, Raymond Hatton, C. Montague Shaw, Lee Van Atta, Smiley Burnette, Frankie Marvin, Lon Chaney Jr., Lane Chandler, Jack Mulhall, John Bradford, Malcolm McGregor, Ralph Holmes, John Merton, Ernie Smith, Lloyd Whitlock
Echo Bridge Home Ent, b&w DVD [2/2003] for $3.78
Grapevine Video b&w DVD [10/2016] 2 disks for $12.95
R.O.A.N. Group b&w DVD [1/2001] for $13.99
full credits at IMDbserial entry at Wikipedia
watch Chapter 1 [4/2011 upload; 30:49] online at YouTube {the other chapters follow}

listed #65 on Timeout London's Best 100 Science Fiction Movies in 2015  "The War of The Worlds" [1953]
Exec-produced by Cecil B. DeMille, co-produced by George Pal & Frank Freeman Jr.; directed by
Byron Haskin; starring Gene Barry, Ann Robinson, Les Tremayne

details (history, stageplays, books & ebooks, movies & TV, links, merchandise) on
Spirit of America Bookstore's "The War of The Worlds" 1898 Novel & Movies Page

"When Aliens Attack" TV documentary [National Geographic May 2011]
'When Aliens Attack' TV documentary from National Geographic  Examines what might happen if extraterrestrials invaded or attacked planet Earth, and the chances of the survival of human beings in the short term and the long term • Co-produced & directed by Louis Tarantino; co-produced & written by Jesse Evans & Savas Georgalis; narrated by James Lurie; featuring Seth Shostak {SETI Institute}, Nick Pope, Brian De Toy, Paul Springer, physicist Travis S. Taylor, Bob Boan, Michael Michaud, Paul Parsons, John Ringo, Mark Moffett, Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Neil Strauss, Kevin Reeve, Quay Terry, Bill Brown, with archive footage of physicist Stephen Hawking
National Geographic color DVD-R [9/2011] for $19.93
full credits at IMDb
watch full movie [11/2011 upload; 1:31:38] online at YouTube

"When Aliens Attack" TV documentary [Discovery Aug 2011]
'When Aliens Attack' TV documentary from Discovery Channel  88-minute TV movie filmed at a training complex in Indiana; focus is on military planning and street-fighting with pistols and assault weapons after space aliens invade America • Written & directed by Bill McClane; hosted by Michelle Rodriguez; featuring David Bartell, Charles E. Gannon, Dr. Michio Kaku, Seth Shostak, Christopher Weuve (and lots of actors wearing body armor & hazmat suits)
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb

"Alien Invasion: Are We Ready?" [Aug 2011] episode of the "Curiosity" TV series [Discovery 2011]
43-minute version of the above TV docufilmcredits at IMDb

"Zombies of The Stratosphere" 12-chapter movie serial
[Republic Studios July 1952]
'Zombies of the Stratosphere' 1952 12-chapter serial  Invaders from Mars seek to build an H-bomb and obliterate Earth so that Mars can move to Earth's better orbit – "in twelve explosive, suspense-filled episodes". Chapter Titles: 1. "The Zombie Vanguard", 2. "Battle of The Rockets", 3. "Undersea Agents", 4. "Contraband Cargo", 5. "The Iron Executioner", 6. "Murder Mine", 7. "Death On The Waterfront", 8. "Hostage For Murder", 9. "The Human Torpedo", 10. re-cap chapter "Flying Gas Chamber", 11. "Man vs. Monster", and 12. "Tomb of The Traitors". A feature film version of this serial, "Satan's Satellites" { IMDb }, was released in March 1958, made by editing down the serial's footage. • Directed by Fred C. Brannon; screenplay by Ronald Davidson; SFX by Howard & Theodore Lydecker; starring Judd Holdren, Aline Towne, Wilson Wood, Lane Bradford, Stanley Waxman, John Crawford, Craig Kelly, Ray Boyle & Leonard Nimoy {as Narab} • full credits at IMDbserial entry at Wikipedia
Cheezy Flicks Ent. b&w DVD [9/2009] 2 disks for $13.99
12-chapter Republic Pictures b&w VHS [1995] for $13.99
93-minute Republic Pictures b&w VHS [5/95] for $13.99
watch official trailer [10/2009 upload; 1:58] online at YouTube • all 12 chapters are available on YouTube


science fiction TV, A to Z

'Classic Sci-Fi TV 150 Episodes' DVD box set  "Classic Sci-Fi TV: 150 Episodes" DVD Box Set [2009]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [1/2009] 12 disks for $9.99
includes 150 television episodes: "Captain Z-Ro" (24 episodes); "Rocky Jones, Space Ranger" (23 episodes); "One Step Beyond" hosted by John Newland (18 episodes); "Flash Gordon" starring Steve Holland (14 episodes); "The Phantom Empire" movie serial starring Gene Autry (12 chapters); "Radar Men From The Moon" movie serial starring George Wallace as Commando Cody (12 chapters); "Undersea Kingdom" movie serial starring Ray 'Crash' Corrigan (12 chapters); "Space Angel" animated TV series (9 episodes); "Tales of Tomor-row" (6 episodes); "Lights Out!" (4 episodes); "Captain Fathom" animated TV series (3 episodes); "General Electric Theater" hosted by Ronald Reagan (2 episodes); "The Shadow" (2 episodes) — and these single episodes: "Climax! Mystery Theater: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" starring Michael Rennie [1955]; "Clutch Cargo: Operation Moon Beam" animated TV series [1959]; "Destination Space" TV
movie [1959]; "Johnny Jupiter" live action & puppets [1953-54]; "Stamp Day For Superman" promo short starring George Reeves [1954]; "The Star and The Story: Dark Stranger" starring Edmond O'Brien [1955]; "Here Comes Tobor" unsold ½-hour TV pilot [1957]; "Tales of Frankenstein" unsold ½-hour TV pilot [1958]; "Thriller: The Return of Andrew Bentley" hosted by Boris Karloff [1961]; "Your Jeweler's Showcase: Operation, E.S.P." [1952]

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"The Adventures of Captain Zoom In Outer Space" TV movie
[MCA-TV/Starz Dec 1995]
poster for 'The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space' 1995 TV movie  Evil Lord Vox has kidnapped leader Tyra of planet Pangea; her child genius son has been watching Earthian TV, so he trans-ports Captain Zoom to Pangea to rescue his mother; the actor who portrays Captain Zoom on TV is not ready for this . . .
Co-produced & written by Brian Levant, Rick Copp & David A. Goodman; directed by Max Tash; starring Daniel Riordan, Liz Vassey, Ron Perlman, Gia Carides, Duane Davis, Gregory Smith, Nichelle Nichols, Rick Copp, Lloyd Berry, David Mylrea, Sarah Strange, Bill Croft, Ken Kirzinger, Randy Schooley, Terry Howson, Tony Dow, David Hurtubise, Michael Donovan, L. Harvey Gold, Alex Green, David Adams, Cathy Moriarty (voice)
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch full movie in 5 parts [10/2012 upload] online at YouTube

"The Bots Master" animated TV series [Saban France Jan 1993; All American TV Sept 1993]
aka "ZZ Bots" and "Le Maitre des Bots"
Le Maitre des Bots / The Bots Master 1993 animated TV series  Each of the 40 animated episodes includes 3-D opening titles and a special 3-D story segment. Young engineer Ziv Zulander learns that his boss is planning a coup using modified military robots that will give him world domination, so 'ZZ' defects with an army of androbots loyal to him. • Executive producer Avi Arad; co-produced & co-directed by Xavier Picard; co-produced & co-written by Jean Chalopin; co-directed by Shigeo Koshi; co-written by Jack Olesker; with voices of Mark Hildreth, Dale Wilson, Ian James Corlett, Janyse Jaud, Crystaleen O'Bray, Richard Ian Cox, Michael Donovan, Stefano Giulianetti, Surya Kellar, Terry Klassen, Cusse Mankuma, Kim Restell
French & English episodes were released on VHS in 1993 but are now mostly SOLD OUT!
series credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipedia
Sedli Vent d'Ouest French-language 11½x8¼ hardcover [12/94] out of print import/scarce
AG's self-proclaimed 'World's Greatest Bots Master Page' {last update 2010}

"Captain Ultra" TV series [1951-56]
'Captain Ultra' 1967 Japanese TV series  Seems to be a color children's TV show, with Captain Ultra (red space suit), two teenage sidekicks (blue space suits), a robot, other humans, and humans in creature suits; no relation to the Marvel Comics Captain Ultra, which appeared ten years later; merchandise included manga (comic books), creature toys, and music albums • 24 half-hour color episodes produced by Tôru Hirayama, narrated by Iemasa Kayumi, and starring Hirohisa Nakata as Captain Ultra
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • bare credits at IMDb • no mention on Wikipedia
"Captain Ultra Music File" soundtrack album [2009] by Isao Tomita
imported soundtrack CD [6/2009] out of prodn/used

"Captain Video and His Video Rangers" TV series [1949-55]
Captain Video and His Video Rangers TV series  Broadcast on the DuMont Television Network on Mondays thru Fridays; private citizen-scientist Captain Video, 'Guardian of the Safety of the World', was assisted by his teenage helper The Ranger and an army of Video Rangers. There was also a spinoff Saturday morning half-hour show in 1953-54 "The Secret Files of Captain Video" and a theatrical serial release in 1951, "Captain Video, Master of The Strato-sphere". Merchandise included six issues of a Captain Video comic book Feb-Dec 1951. • The main series was created by Lawrence Menkin & James Caddigan, and starred Richard Coogan or Al Hodge as Captain Video, Don Hastings {as Video Ranger}, Ben Lackland, Hal Conklin, Fred Scott, Ed Condit
Alpha Home Ent. b&w DVD [11/2008] 4 episodes (with commercials) for $5.98
series credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipedia

Drew's "Captain Video" fansite

"Captain Z-Ro" syndicated TV series [1951-56]
title screenshot for 'Captain Z-Ro' 1950s TV series  "Captain Z-Ro and his teenage sidekick Jet (and others) travel through time learning about history in order to help the future." The production values and storylines were barely a step above kids playing in the backyard with a treehouse and some cardboard boxes; the thing to remember is that such was state-of-the-art for local children's television in the 1950s.The first season was 51 quarter-hour episodes that were aired in 1951-53 on KRON in San Francisco and KTTV in Los Angeles and kinescoped (filmed from a TV monitor) for syndication; the second season were 26 half-hour episodes on 16mm film. The 26 latter episode titles are: 1) Christopher Columbus; 2) Daniel Boone; 3) William Tell; 4) Geng-his Khan; 5) Hernando Cortez; 6) King Alfred; 7) Washington and Howe; 8) Adventure in Space; 9) Attila the Hun; 10) Aztec Papers; 11) Benedict Arnold; 12) Blackbeard the Pirate; 13) Captain Cook & The Hawaiian Islands; 14) Curse of Ra {not on Archive}; 15) Discovery of Gold; 16) King John; 17) Leonardo DaVinci; 18) Magellan (1956); 19) Marco Polo {not on Archive}; 20) Meteor; 21) Molly Pitcher; 22) Pony Express; 23) Robin Hood; 24) Roger The Robot {see below}; 25) The Great Pyramid of Giza; and 26) William the Conqueror
Created by & starring Roy Steffens; produced by Kathleen K. Rawlings; directed by David Butler; also starring Bruce Haynes, Jack Cahill
full credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipediawatch 24 of the 26 half-hour episodes online at Internet Archive

'Roger The Robot' episode of the 'Captain Z-Ro' TV series  "Roger The Robot" episode [1956] of the "Captain Z-Ro" TV series [1955-56]
Captain Z-Ro and sidekick Jet complete building a man-sized metal & electronic robot, then send it to explore the planet Venus; but a lightning storm outside the lab diverts the robot to San Francisco . . . {An amazing job, given their next-to-nothing production budget.}
Written by and starring Roy Steffens; directed by David Butler; also starring Bruce Haynes, and voices of Jack Cahill & H.A. Chamberlin
credits at IMDbwatch full episode [8/2015 upload; 26:56] online at YouTube

"Doctor Who" TV series [launched 1963]
BBC poster for 'Doctor Who' TV series  "Doctor Who" originally ran for 26 seasons on BBC One, from November 1963 until December 1989 (for 694 episodes); the 2005 revival (115 episodes thru 2015) is scheduled to run until 2020. There are also two feature-length productions (1983's "The Five Doctors" and the 1996 TV movie), eight Christmas specials, and four additional specials in 2009, 2010 and 2013. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the show, a special 3-D episode "The Day of The Doctor" was broadcast in 2013. There are roughly 180 novelizations, both of episodes/serials and of new stories, published from 1963 to 2016.

The 'TARDIS' looks like a British police telephone box but the name is an acronym of 'Time and Relative Dimension In Space' – it is a time machine.

"Doctor Who has never pretended to be hard science fiction . . . At best Doctor Who is a fairytale, with fairytale logic about this wonderful man
in this blue box who at the beginning of every story lands somewhere where there is a problem." ~~~ Neil Gaiman

more details (synopses, sequels, spinoffs, stageplays, books & ebooks, links, parodies, merchandise) on
Magic Lantern's "Doctor Who" TV Series Page

"Farscape" TV series [Jim Henson Prodns 1999-2003]
Farscape TV series on DVD & Blu-ray  An American astronaut blunders into a wormhole and lands on the sentient spaceship Mora with a multi-species bunch of rebels; most of the creatures are elaborately costumed, two are full Henson puppets. The protagonist has various adventures while trying to find a return wormhole. Total of 88 hour-long episodes first shown on Australia's Network Nine; originally set for five seasons, the last was cancelled leaving a cliffhanger ending (the 2004 mini-series resolved the cliffhanger). • Created by Rockne S. O'Bannon; starring Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe, Lani John Tupu, Jonathan Hardy, Gigi Edgley, Wayne Pygram, Virginia Hey
New Video Group 15th Anniv Edition color Blu-ray set [11/2013] 20 disks for $93.10
New Video Group 15th Anniv Edition color DVD set [11/2013] 27 disks for $84.75
A&E Home Video Complete Series color DVD set [2009] 29 disks for $95.77
full credits at IMDbofficial series websitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 2/2009 official trailer [1:00] online at YouTube

Farscape the video game  "Farscape" Video Game [2002]
voices of Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Virginia Hey, Anthony Simcoe,
Gigi Edgley, Lani John Tupu, Jonathan Hardy
Vivendi Universal video game for PC [7/2002] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb
"Farscape Role-Playing Game" [2002] by Rob Vaux
Simon & Schuster Interactive 11x8¼ hardcover [8/2002] out of print/used
Farscape Illustrated Companion book by Paul Simpson & David Hughes  
"Farscape: The Illustrated Companion" [2002]
by Paul Simpson & David Hughes

Tor Books pb [9/2002] out of print/40+ used
Tor Books pb [9/2002] out of print/used

"Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars" 2-part TV mini-series
[Jim Henson Prodns/Hallmark Oct 2004]
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars mini-series  "The thrilling finale to the Farscape saga!" in two 90-minute episodes; after the apparent death of American astronaut Chrichton on the water planet Qujaga (end of Season 4), the Scarran Empire decides to assault the Peacekeepers aboard Mora and take over the known universe . . .; DVD includes 'Making of...' featurette • Co-produced & directed by Brian Henson; co-produced & written by David Kemper & Rockne S. O'Bannon; starring Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Lani John Tupu, Jonathan Hardy, Gigi Edgley, Anthony Simcoe, Raelee Hill, Melissa Jaffer, Paul Goddard, Tammy Macintosh, David Franklin, Rebecca Riggs, Duncan Young, Francesca Buller, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Sandy Gore, Ron Haddrick, Linal Haft, John Bach, Stephen James King, Tim McCunn, John Adam, Kim De Lury, Judi Farr, Nathaniel Dean, Wayne Pygram, Fiona Gentle, Lee Perry
BIAvision/R.H.I. all-region color Blu-ray [4/2015] for $15.90
Lionsgate color DVD [1/2005] 2 disks - out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 2/2009 official trailer [1:55] online at YouTube
watch Part 1 [2/2015 upload; 1:30:01] online at YouTube
watch Part 2 [2/2015 upload; 1:33:10] online at YouTube

Farscape Forever essays book edited by Glenn Yeffeth  
"Farscape Forever!: Sex, Drugs And Killer Muppets" [21 essays 2005]
Edited by Glenn Yeffeth

Kindle Edition from Smart Pop [1/2015] for $9.99
Smart Pop 9x6 pb [8/2005] for $12.63
Farscape comic book #20  "Farscape" stories in comic book and-or Kindle format
A comic book mini-series was released in December 2008 that was in continuity
with both the series and the hoped-for webisodes.
search books on keywords 'farscape comic' {returns 250 entries} at Amazon
Worlds of Farscape essays book edited by Sherry Ginn   "The Worlds of Farscape: Essays on the Groundbreaking Television Series" [2013]
Edited by Sherry Ginn

includes 15 essays, character list, full episode list, glossary, filmography, bibliography
Kindle Edition from McFarland & Co. [8/2013] for $17.99 {sic}
McFarland & Co. 9x6 pb [8/2013] for $29.95
Farscape Fantasy fansite [last update 2012]
Farscape Canada fansite/weblog [last update 2011]

"Futurama" animated TV series [Fox TV & Comedy Central 1999-2013]
'Futurama' animated TV series from Matt Groening  A pizza delivery guy is accidentally frozen in 1999 and thawed out New Year's Eve 2999. Aired on Fox from March 1999 to August 2003, reruns on Cartoon Network 2002-2007, four video releases 2007-2009, 'fifth season' of 16 episodes on Fox & Comedy Central, 26 new episodes aired on Comedy Central June 2010 to September 2011, and the final season June 2012 to September 2013, totaling 124 episodes. The show won 7 Annie Awards (of 17 nominations), six Emmy Awards (of 12 noms), two W.G.A. Awards (of 4 noms), other awards. • Created by 'Simpsons' execs Matt Groening & David X. Cohen; lead voice actors are Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, David Herman
series credits at IMDbofficial series websiteseries entry at Wikipedia
Futurama The Complete Series on DVD  
"Futurama: The Complete Series" DVD Box Set [2013]
"All 124 outrageous episodes, plus 4 feature-length epic adventures, and enough extras to last you until the next millennium"
Fox color DVD set [12/2013] 27 disks for $75.99

Futurama Complete Seasons on Blu-ray  

Futurama feature-length Bender's Big Score on DVD  Futurama feature-length Beast With A Billion Backs on DVD  
Futurama feature-length Bender's Game on DVD  Futurama feature-length Into The Wild Green Yonder on DVD  
"Futurama Volume 1 (13 episodes)" [2003]
Fox color DVD [7/2012] 3 disks for $9.96
Fox color DVD [3/2003] 4 disks - out of prodn/used
"Futurama Volume 2 (19 episodes)" [2003]
Fox color DVD [7/2012] 4 disks for $13.99
Fox color DVD [8/2003] 4 disks for $6.00
"Futurama Volume 3 (22 episodes)" [2004]
Fox color DVD [7/2012] 4 disks for $10.82
Fox color DVD [3/2004] 4 disks for $34.88
"Futurama Volume 4 (18 episodes)" [2004]
Fox color DVD [7/2012] 4 disks for $12.99
Fox color DVD [8/2004] 4 disks - out of prodn/used
"Futurama: Bender's Big Score" feature-length epic [2007]
Fox widescreen color DVD [11/2007] out of prodn/used
"Futurama: The Beast With A Billion Backs" feature-length adventure [2008]
Fox widescreen color DVD [6/2008] for $8.65
"Futurama: Bender's Game" feature-length quest [2008]
Fox widescreen color DVD [11/2008] out of prodn/used
"Futurama: Into The Wild Green Yonder" feature-length spectacular [2009]
Fox widescreen color Blu-ray [2/2009] for $9.49
Fox widescreen color DVD [2/2009] for $9.99
"Futurama Volume 5 (13 episodes)" [2010]
Fox color Blu-ray [12/2010] 2 disks for $17.06
Fox color DVD [12/2010] 2 disks - out of prodn/used
"Futurama Volume 6 (13 episodes)" [2011]
Fox color Blu-ray [12/2011] 2 disks for $13.49
Fox color DVD [12/2011] 2 disks for $9.96
"Futurama Volume 7 (13 episodes)" [2012]
Fox color Blu-ray [12/2012] 2 disks for $20.69
Fox color DVD [12/2012] 2 disks for $10.99
"Futurama Volume 8 (13 episodes)" [2013]
Fox color Blu-ray [12/2013] 2 disks for $22.48
Fox color DVD [12/2013] 2 disks for $10.99

"Fan-O-Rama: A Futurama Fan Film" [Jan 2017]  
watch film [31:44] online at YouTube

"The Jetsons" animated TV sitcom [1962-63 and 1985-87]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jetsons

"Masters of Science Fiction" TV series [I.D.T. Ent. 2007]
Masters of Science Fiction Complete Series DVD box set  six-episode sci-fi TV anthology series, hosted by Prof. Steven Hawking: "A Clean Escape" [#1 aired Aug 2007] directed by Mark Rydell, based on a short story by John Kessel, starring Sam Waterston & Judy Davis {IMDb credits}; "The Awakening"
[#2 aired Aug 2007] adapted & directed by Michael Petroni, based on a short story by Howard Fast {IMDb credits}; "Jerry Was A Man" [#3 aired Aug 2007] adapted & directed by Michael Tolkin, based on a story by Robert Heinlein, starring Malcolm McDowell & Anne Heche {IMDb credits}; "The Discarded" [#4 aired Aug 2007] based on a short story by Harlan Ellison, starring John Hurt & Brian Dennehy {IMDb credits}; "Little Brother" [#5 aired Dec 2007] directed by Darnell Martin, written by Walter Mosley {IMDb credits}; and "Watchbird" [#6 aired Dec 2007] based on a story by Robert Sheckley, starring James Cromwell, Sean Astin, Stacy Grant & the voice of Sally Kellerman {IMDb credits}
series credits at IMDb
"Masters of Science Fiction: The Complete Series" on DVD [2007]
Starz / Anchor Bay color DVD set [8/2008] for $7.99

"My Favorite Martian" TV series [1963]

"Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond" TV series [ABC-TV 1959-61]
'One Step Beyond' 1959-61 TV series  Half-hour b&w series about the paranormal, supposedly 'based on true events'; mid-season replacement in January 1959 for 22 episodes, second season of 39 episodes, third season of 35 episodes (total of 96) • Produced by Collier Young; directed & hosted by John Newland; writers included Merwin Gerard, Collier Young, Larry Marcus, Charles Beaumont, Jerome Gruskin, Martin Benson; guest actors included Warren Beatty, Robert Blake, Charles Bronson, Walter Burke, Werner Klemperer, Robert Lansing, Cloris Leachman, Christopher Lee, Robert Loggia, Jack Lord, Patrick Macnee, John Marley, Patty McCormack, Yvette Mimieux, Elizabeth Montgomery, Donald Pleasence, Suzanne Pleshette, Pernell Roberts, William Schallert, William Shatner & Robert Webber
Film Chest b&w DVD box set [4/2015] 70 episodes on 6 disks for $11.99
Delta b&w DVD box set [6/2005] 33 episodes on 8 disks for $39.88
Delta b&w DVD box set [2/2004] 33 episodes on 8 disks out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb'One Step Beyond' series fansite [est. 6/2016]
Analytical Guide to One Step Beyond book by John Kenneth Muir  
"An Analytical Guide To Television's One Step Beyond, 1959-1961" [2006]
by John Kenneth Muir

McFarland & Co. 9x6 pb [7/2006] for $19.99

"Quantum Leap" TV series [1989 /tt0096684/

Real History of Science Fiction BBC-TV mini-series  "The Real History of Science Fiction" 4-part TV mini-series [BBC-TV April 2014]
four 60-minute (or 43-minute) episodes, entitled 'Robots', 'Space', 'Invasion', and 'Time'
Presented by Dominic Sandbrook; narrated by Mark Gatiss; featuring Brian Aldiss, Kenny Baker, Scott Bakula, Donald P. Bellisario, John Carpenter, Chris Carter, Rick Carter, Veronica Cartwright, Peter Coyote, Anthony Daniels, Joe Dante, Richard Dreyfuss, Keir Dullea, Roland Emmerich, Hampton Fancher, Nathan Fillion, Neil Gaiman, Bob Gale, William Gibson, Karen Gillan, Rutger Hauer, Gale Anne Hurd, Rian Johnson, Dr. Michio Kaku, Alan Ladd Jr., John Landis, Ursula K. Le Guin, Christopher Lloyd, Syd Mead, Nicholas Meyer, Steven Moffat, Edward Neumeier, Nichelle Nichols, Audrey Niffenegger, Edward James Olmos, Haley Joel Osment, Owen Paterson, David Webb Peoples, Janet Peoples, Kim Stanley Robinson, Adam Rogers, Danny Rubin, Carl Sagan, Zoe Saldana, William Shatner, Ed Solomon, David Tennant, Phil Tippett, Douglas Trumbull, Paul Verhoeven, Peter Weller, and Alex Winter, with archive footage of Isaac Asimov & Arthur C. Clarke • Region 1 DVD not available • full credits at IMDb

"Robotech" anime franchise [est. 1982]
This is a mare's nest of cancelled series & sequels and aborted spinoffs; we will start with the American TV series
and several feature films, and gradually add the rest later • franchise entry at Wikipedia

Robotech: The Complete Set 20-disk DVD box set  "Robotech: The Complete Set" DVD Box Set [2013]
includes remastered versions of all 85 episodes from the three Robotech Wars: "The Macross Saga", "The Robotech Masters", and "Robotech: The New Generation", and both feature films: "The Shadow Chronicles" [2006] and "Love Live Alive" [2013], as well as a bonus disk
A&E Home Video slipcase color DVD set [11/2013] 20 disks for $49.95
more details (synopses, sequels, books & ebooks, links, merchandise) on
"Robotech" TV & Movies Page at Magic Lantern Video & Book Store

"Rocket Robin Hood" TV series [Canada 1966-69]
'Rocket Robin Hood' animated television series from Canada  Canadian animated television series that places the characters and conflicts of the classic Robin Hood legend in a futuristic, outer space setting; 52 episodes of 22 minutes each; the Season 1 episode "Safari" is not included on the DVDs because footage is lost • third season written & directed by Ralph Bakshi {uncredited}; narrated by Bernard Cowan; voice actors include Len Birman, Len Carlson, Ed McNamara, Chris Wiggins, Paul Kligman, Gillie Fenwick, John Scott
credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipedia
Volume 1: E-1/P.D.X. Studio color DVD [11/2009] 25 episodes on 4 disks for $16.72
Volume 2: E-1/P.D.X. Studio color DVD [11/2009] episodes 27-52 on 4 disks for $24.99
"Robin Fusee" French-language version broadcast in Canada
Volume 1: E-1/P.D.X. Studio color DVD [5/2010] 25 episodes on 4 disks - out of prodn/used
Volume 2: E-1/P.D.X. Studio color DVD [5/2010] episodes 27-52 on 4 disks - out of prodn/used

"Science Fiction Theatre" TV series [Ziv-TV 1955-57]
'Science Fiction Theatre' anthology TV series on DVD   “Stories of fiction from the borderlands of science” • 78 half-hour episodes that were syndicated over N.B.C. stations between April 1955 and February 1957 and then rerun on various local affiliate stations; hosted by actor & radio announcer Truman Bradley; Oddity: in the episode "Time Is Just A Place" by science-fiction director Jack Arnold (based on a story by Jack Finney), 1950s robot Garco popped up behind host Bradley as he was introducing the episode
Shout! Factory/Timeless Media b&w/color DVD [5/2015] 8 disks for $27.01
series credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipedia
Co-produced & co-written by Ivan Tors; co-produced by Frederick W. Ziv & Maurice Ziv; guest actors included: Marshall Thompson, Michael Fox, Bill Williams, Bruce Bennett, Arthur Franz, Charles Maxwell, Dick Foran, Donald Curtis, Jean Byron, Kristine Miller, Cyril Delevanti, Morris Ankrum, Tom McKee, John Mitchum, William Vaughn, Hank Patterson, Skip Homeier, Marilyn Erskine, William Ching, Ray Collins, Christopher Dark, Whit Bissell, Bruce Wendell, Jan Shepard, George Eldredge, John Eldredge, John Doucette, Freddy Ridgeway, Paul Birch, Dabbs Greer, DeForest Kelley, Arthur Marshall, Paul Guilfoyle, Elizabeth Slifer, Ruth
Hussey, Gene Barry, Virginia Bruce, Dane Clark, Edmund Gwenn, Zachary Scott, Gene Lockhart, Vincent Price, Barbara Hale, Otto Kruger, John Archer, Ludwig Stössel, Steve Brodie, Doris Dowling, Diana Douglas, Beverly Garland, Ted de Corsia, Warren Stevens, Virginia Christine, Lowell Gilmore, Joyce Holden, Ellen Drew, Barry Froner, Robert Griffin, Charles Wagenheim, Robert F. Simon, Harlan Warde, Anthony Eustrel, Than Wyenn, James Seay, Robert Weston, Michael Winkelman, George Barrows, Kay Faylen, Robert Sherman, George Meader, Richard Arlen, Keefe Brasselle, George Brent, Macdonald Carey, Don DeFore, William Lundigan, Adolphe Menjou, Pat O'Brien, Basil Rathbone, William Talman, Howard Duff, Victor Jory, June Lockhart, Wayne Morris, Charles Winninger, Lynn Bari, Hugh Beaumont, Marguerite Chapman, Richard Erdman, Charles Evans, Gene Evans, Richard Eyer, Virginia Grey, Osa Massen, John Qualen, William Schallert, Audrey Totter, Marie Windsor, Martin Milner, Philip Ober, Stafford Repp, Joan Sinclair, Bonita Granville, Peter Adams, Tol Avery, Phyllis Coates, Tom Drake, Biff Elliot, Juney Ellis, Margaret Field, Nancy Gates, Vera Miles, Carlyle Mitchell, Craig Stevens, Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, Claudia Barrett, Wheaton Chambers, Joyce Jameson, Tyler McVey, Aline Towne, Brad Trumbull, Harlow Wilcox, Stanley Andrews, Tom De Graffenreid, Gary Marshall, Elmore Vincent, George Becwar, Tristram Coffin, Helen Mowery, Leonard Mudie, Voltaire Perkins, Mel Ruick, Julie Van Zandt, Lyle Talbot, Booth Colman, Paul Dubov, Clarence Lung, Herbert Rudley, Irene Bolton, Opal Euard, Bill Stout, Rhodes Reason, Bill Welsh, Ruta Lee, Beverly Washburn, Howard Wright, Lynn Cartwright, Patricia Donahue, Esther Furst, Eve McVeagh, Ruth Perrott, Melinda Plowman, John Zaremba, Pierce Lyden, Addison Richards, James Westerfield, Will J. White, Burt Mustin, Anna Navarro, Charles Postal, Vicki Bakken, Robert Lowell, George Huerta, Paul Lukather, Bing Russell, Olan Soule, Roland Varno, Heinie Conklin, Helen Van Camp, Percy Helton, William Hudson

watch episodes on the "Science Fiction Theatre" playlist [uploaded 12/2013] online at YouTube

History of The 'Science Fiction Theatre' TV Program book by Martin Grams, Jr.   Science Fiction Theatre: A History of The Television Program, 1955-57 [2011]
by Martin Grams, Jr.

Book documents the entire history of the series with: biographies about Fred Ziv, Ivan Tors, and Truman Bradley; behind-the-scenes production details; over 150 exclusive never-before-published photographs; and an episode guide for all 78 episodes, including dates of production, fake science props, cast list, salary fees, location shooting – and much more!
BearManor Media 9x6 pb [8/2011] for $32.95

"Timeslip" U.K. TV series [1970]

"The Time Tunnel" TV series [Fox-TV/ABC-TV 1966-67]
'The Time Tunnel' 1966-67 TV series  After billions of dollars of funding, the Tic Toc Project is still not ready and Congress is threatening to cancel further funding. So scientist Tony sends himself away in time, but the machine can't bring him back; mentor scientist Doug follows to help Tony, and the pair are tossed around in the past and the future, with a cliffhanger at the end of each episode • Created, produced & co-written by Irwin Allen; starring James Darren, Robert Colbert, Whit Bissell, John Zaremba, Lee Meriwether
Volume 1: Fox color DVD set [1/2006] pilot & 15 episodes on 4 disks for $17.49
Volume 1: Fox color DVD set [1/2006] pilot & 15 episodes on 4 disks for $19.68
Volume 2: Fox color DVD set [6/2006] 15 episodes on 4 disks for $17.49
series credits at IMDbseries entry at Wikipedia

"X-Files" TV series []

new "X-Files" TV series []


sci-fi movie DVD collections

Science Fiction Serials on DVD  "Science Fiction Serials" on DVD [2003]
Alpha Video Collectors Library b&w DVD set [1/2003] 6 disks - out of prodn/used
contains 2-disk "Flash Gordon Conquers The Universe" 13-chapter serial [1936] starring Buster Crabbe, 2-disk "The Phantom Creeps" 12-chapter serial [1939] starring Bela Lugosi, and 2-disk "Radar Men From The Moon" 12-chapter serial [1952]
Sci-Fi Serials Collection on DVD  "Sci-Fi Serials Collection" on DVD [2003]
contains 2-disk "The Phantom Empire" 12-chapter serial [1935] starring Gene Autry, and 2-disk "Undersea Kingdom" 12-chapter serial [1936] starring Ray 'Crash' Corrigan
Alpha Video b&w DVD set [7/2003] 4 disks for $29.95

SciFi Classics 50 Movie Pack Collection DVD box set  "SciFi Classics 50 Movie Pack DVD Box Set" [2004]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD box set [3/2004] 12 disks for $9.00
includes "The Amazing Transparent Man" [1960] starring Marguerite Chapman; "Assignment: Outer Space" aka 'Space Men' [1960] starring Rik Van Nutter; "The Atomic Brain" aka 'Monstrosity' [1964] starring Bradford Dillman; "Battle of The Worlds" [Italy 1961] starring Claude Rains; "Bride of The Gorilla" [1951] starring Raymond Burr & Barbara Payton; "Crash of The Moons" [1954] starring Richard Crane as TV's 'Rocky Jones, Space Ranger'; "Devil of The Desert vs. Son of Hercules" [Italy 1964] starring Kirk Morris; "First Spaceship On Venus" [1960] starring Yoko Tani; "Gamera The Invincible" [Japan 1966] starring Brain Donlevy; "Hercules Unchained" [Italy 1959] starring Steve Reeves & Sylva Koscina; "The Incredible Petrified World" [1957] starring John Carradine; "Killers From Space" [1954] starring Peter Graves; "King of Kong Island" [Italy 1968] starring Brad Harris & Esmeralda Barros; "Laser Mission" [1990] starring Brandon Lee & Debi A. Monahan; "The Lost Jungle" [1934] starring Clyde Beatty;
"Menace From Outer Space" [1956] starring Richard Crane as TV's 'Rocky Jones, Space Ranger'; "Mesa of Lost Women" [1953] starring Jackie Coogan; "Moon of The Wolf" [1972 TV movie] starring David Janssen; "Queen of The Amazons" [1947] starring Robert Lowery & Patricia Morison; "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians"
[1964] starring Pia Zadora; "Son of Hercules: The Land of Darkness" [Italy 1963] starring Dan Vadis; "Teenagers From Outer Space" [1959] starring David Love & Dawn Bender; Roger Corman's "Voyage To The Planet of Prehistoric Women" [1968] directed by Peter Bogdanovich, starring Mamie Van Doren; "Voyage to The Prehistoric Planet" [1965] starring Basil Rathbone & Faith Domergue; Roger Corman's "The Wasp Woman" [1960] starring Susan Cabot; "Zontar, The Thing From Venus" [1966 TV movie] starring John Agar – and dozens more!

Mission Mars Collection DVD box set  "Mission Mars Collection" DVD Box Set [2005]
Image Ent. color DVD set [5/2005] 3 disks - out of prodn/used
contains 3 feature films: "Flight To Mars" [1951], "Invaders From Mars" [1953], and
"Attack From Mars" aka "Midnight Movie Massacre" [1988]
Alien Attack Collection DVD box set  "Alien Attack Collection" DVD Box Set [2005]
Image Ent. b&w/color DVD set [6/2005] 4 disks - out of prodn/used
contains 4 sci-fi B-movies: "Cat-Women of The Moon" [Sept 1953] - 'Love-starved moon maidens on the prowl!'; "Brain From Planet Arous" [Oct 1957]; "Missile To The Moon" [Nov 1958]; and "The Day It Came To Earth" [color Nov 1977]
D.E.F.A. Sci-Fi Collection DVD box set  "The D.E.F.A. Sci-Fi Collection" DVD Box Set [2005]
First Run Features color DVD set [8/2005] 3 disks - out of prodn/overpriced!
contains 3 feature films made by Deutsche Filmaktiengesellschaft at the old U.F.A Studios in East Germany; all three have been remastered: "The Silent Star" [1960; USA title "First Spaceship On Venus" 1962] by Kurt Maetzig, based on a novel by Stanislaw Lem; "Eolomea" [1972] by Hermann Zschoche; and "In The Dust of The Stars" [1976] by Gottfried Kolditz; bonus features include scholarly essays, trailers, cast & crew bios, vintage newsreels

Sci-Fi Classics 100 Movie Pack DVD box set  "Sci-Fi Classics 100 Movie Pack" DVD Box Set [2007]
Mill Creek Ent. color/b&w DVD set [8/2007] 24 disks - out of prodn/used
contains 100 feature films & TV programs: "Alien Contamination"; "Alien Species"; "All The Kind Strangers"; "The Alpha Incident"; "The Amazing Transparent Man"; "Assignment: Outer Space"; "The Astral Factor"; "The Atomic Brain"; "Atomic Rulers of The World"; "Attack From Space"; "Attack of The Monsters"; "Beast of The Yellow Night"; "Blood Tide"; "Brain Machine"; "Bride of The Gorilla"; "The Cold Room"; "Colossus and The Amazon Queen"; "Cosmos: War of The Planets"; "Counterblast"; "The Day The Sky Exploded"; "Death Warmed Up"; "Destroy All Planets"; "Disappearance of Flight 412"; "The Doomsday Machine"; "Eegah"; "Embryo"; "The End of The World"; "Eternal Evil"; "Evil Brain from Outer Space"; "First Spaceship On Venus"; "Frozen Alive"; "Fury of The Wolf Man"; "The Galaxy Invader"; "Gamera The Invincible"; "Giants of Rome"; "Good Against Evil"; "Hercules Against The Moon Men"; "Hercules and The Captive Women"; "Hercules and The Tyrants of Babylon"; "Hercules Unchained"; "Horrors of Spider Island"; "House of The Dead"; "House of The Living Dead"; "How Awful About Allan"; "Idaho Transfer"; "The Incredible Petrified World"; "Killers From Space"; "Kong Island"; "Laser Mission"; "The Lost City (Parts 1 & 2)"; "The Lost Jungle"; "The Lost World"; "The Lucifer Complex"; "Maciste In Hell"; "The Manster"; "Mesa of Lost Women"; "The Mistress
of Atlantis"; "Mole Men Against The Son of Hercules"; "Moon of The Wolf"; "Night Fright"; "The Nightmare Never Ends"; "Panic"; "The Phantom Creeps"; "Phantom From Space"; "The Phantom Planet"; "Piranha, Piranha"; "Planet Outlaws"; "Prehistoric Women"; "Prisoners of The Lost Universe"; "Purple Death From Outer Space"; "Queen of The Amazons"; "Radio Ranch"; "The Return of Dr. Mabuse"; "Ring of Terror"; "Robot Pilot"; "Rocky Jones, Space Ranger: Crash of The Moons"; "Rocky Jones, Space Ranger: Menace From Outer Space"; "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians"; "Shadow of Chinatown"; "She Gods of Shark Reef"; "The Snow Creature"; "Snow-beast"; "Son of Hercules: The Land of Darkness"; "Star Odyssey"; "Teenagers From Outer Space"; "Terror At The Red Wolf Inn"; "They"; "They Came From Beyond Space"; "This Is Not A Test"; "UFO: Target Earth"; "Unknown World"; "Voyage To The Planet of Prehistoric Women"; "Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet"; "Warning From Space"; "Warriors of The Wasteland"; "The Wasp Woman"; "Werewolf Woman"; "White Pongo"; "Wild Women of Wongo"

Film Favorites Sci-Fi Collection 4-DVD box set  "4 Film Favorites: Sci-Fi Collection" DVD Box Set [2011]
Warner Home Video color DVD set [8/2011] 4 disks for $9.99
Warner Home Video color DVD set [8/2011] 4 disks for $17.94
contains 4 feature films: "Contact" [1997] starring Jodie Foster; "Lost In Space" [1998]; "Sphere" [1998] starring Dustin Hoffman; and "Red Planet" [2000]
Four Sci-Fi Feature Films 2012 DVD box set  "Four Sci-Fi Feature Films" DVD Box Set [2012]
Universal Studios Home Ent. widescreen color DVD set [10/2012] 4 disks for $25.95
contains 4 feature films: "Battlestar Galactica" [1978] starring Lorne Greene; "Flash Gordon: Saviour of The Universe" [1980] starring Sam J. Jones; "Dune" [1984]; and "The Last Starfighter" [1984] starring Lance Guest; each disk includes extras
Film Favorites: Post-Apocalypse Collection 2013 DVD box set  "4 Film Favorites: Post-Apocalypse Collection" DVD Box Set [2013]
Warner Home Video color DVD set [3/2013] 4 disks for $9.99
contains 4 feature films: "The Omega Man" [1971] starring Charlton Heston; "Logan's Run" [1976] starring Michael York & Jenny Agutter; "Dark City (Director's Cut)" [1998];
and "I Am Legend" [2007] starring Will Smith
Movies 4 You Sci-Fi Classics DVD box set  "Movies 4 You: Sci-Fi Classics" DVD Box Set [2013]
Shout! Factory/Timeless Media color DVD set [9/2013] for $5.69
contains 4 feature films: "The Angry Red Planet" [American Intl. Pictures 1959] directed by Ib Melchior; "Beyond The Time Barrier" [American Intl. Pictures 1960] from cult director Edgar G. Ulmer; "The Man From Planet X" [United Artists 1961] from cult director Edgar G. Ulmer; and "The Time Travelers" [American Intl. Pictures 1964] directed by Ib Melchior
Movies 4 You More Sci-Fi Classics DVD box set  "Movies 4 You: More Sci-Fi Classics" DVD Box Set [2013]
Shout! Factory/Timeless Media color DVD set [9/2013] for $5.29
contains 4 feature films: "The Neanderthal Man" [United Artists 1953]; "The Amazing Transparent Man" [Miller Consolidated Pictures 1960] from cult director Edgar G. Ulmer; "Reptilicus" [American Intl. Pictures 1961] filmed in Denmark; "The Brain That Wouldn't Die" [American Intl. Pictures 1962]
Aliens Attack! 3 Pack Set on DVD  "Aliens Attack! 3 Pack Set" [2013]
Full Moon Features DVD set [12/2013] 3 disks for $11.38
contains three sci-fi B-movies co-produced by Charles Band: "Laserblast" [March 1978]; "Bad Channels" [video June 1992] with music by Blue Öyster Cult; and "Oblivion" [video Dec 1994]

'They Came From Space' 20 Movie Collection DVD box set  "Sci-Fi Fever - 20 Movie Collection" [2013]
Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [10/2013] 4 disks for $4.99
"They Came From Space - 20 Movie Collection" [2014]
Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [2014] 4 disks for $6.00
these two sets appear to be identical except for title and price – each contains twenty feature films, from 1948 to 2001: "Alien Contamination" [1980]; "Alien Species" [1996]; "Battle of The Worlds" [1961] starring Claude Rains; "Counterblast" [1948]; "The Day The Sky Exploded" [1958]; "Doomsday Machine" [1972]; "End of The World" [1977] starring Christopher Lee; "The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells, Parts 1- 3" [2001]; "Invasion, Parts 1-2" [1997]; "The Last Man On Earth" [1964] starring Vincent Price; "Planet Outlaws"
[1953] starring Buster Crabbe; "Star Odyssey" [1979]; "They" [1974]; "This Is Not A Test" [1962]; "Unknown World" [1951]; "War of The Robots" [Italy 1978]; and "Warriors of The Wasteland" [1983] starring Fred Williamson

Four Sci-Fi Feature Films 2014 DVD box set  "Four Sci-Fi Feature Films" DVD Box Set [2014]
Universal Studios Home Ent. widescreen color DVD set [3/2014] 4 disks for $9.99
contains 4 feature films: "12 Monkeys" [1996] starring Bruce Willis; "Children of Men" [2007] starring Clive Owen; "Doomsday" [2008]; and "Repo Men" [2010] starring Jude Law; each disk has extras
Four Sci-Fi Film Favorites 4-DVD box set  "Four Sci-Fi Film Favorites" DVD Box Set [2014]
Fox widescreen color DVD set [10/2014] 4 disks for $11.49
contains 4 feature films: "The Abyss (Special Edition)" [1989] by James Cameron; "Independence Day" [1996]; "I, Robot" [2004] starring Will Smith; and "Prometheus" [2012] directed by Ridley Scott
Vintage Sci-Fi Movies, 6 Film DVD box set  "Vintage Sci-Fi Movies, 6 Film DVD Set" [2015]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [7/2015] 2 disks for $7.49
contains six feature films: "The Night The World Exploded" [1957]; "The 27th Day" [1957]; "The H-Man" [Japan 1958]; "Battle In Outer Space" [Japan 1959]; "12 To The Moon" [1960]; and "Valley of The Dragons" [1961]


Other Media

Greatest Hits From Outer Space album on CD   "Greatest Hits From Outer Space" [2013]
Ace Import music CD [7/2013] 24 tracks for $20.13
The songs & artists are: "Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 - Prelude" by Richard Strauss (Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra); "Armstrong"
(John Stewart); "Destination Moon" (The Ames Brothers); "Doctor Who Radio Theme" (B.B.C. Radiophonic Workshop); "Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon" (Thelma Houston); "Everyone's Gone To The Moon" (Bobby Womack); "Flying Saucers Rock 'n' Roll"
(Billy Lee Riley & His Little Green Men); "Footprints On The Moon" (Johnny Harris & His Orchestra); "Forbidden Planet Theme"
(David Rose & His Orchestra); "Happy Blues For John Glenn" (Lightnin' Hopkins); "Lunar Rhapsody" (Les Baxter Orchestra, with Samuel J. Hoffman on theremin); "Maid of The Moon" (Dick Hyman & Mary Mayo); "Mr. Spaceman" (The Byrds); "Rocket Ship"
(Vernon Green & The Medallions); "Rocket To The Moon" (Moon Mullican); "Rockin' In The Orbit (Space Satellite)" (Jimmie Haskell & His Orchestra); "Space Oddity" (David Bowie); "Space Flight" (I Roy, with Lee Perry); "Space Ship To Mars" (Gene Vincent); "Telstar" (The Tornados); "Theme From Star Trek" (Leonard Nimoy); "The Twilight Zone Theme" (The Ventures); "Two Little Men In A Flying Saucer" (Ella Fitzgerald); and "Visa To The Stars" (Jean-Jacques Perrey & Gershon Kingsley)

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online pinball game 'Attack From Mars'  pinball games "Attack From Mars" and "Revenge From Mars"
"Attack From Mars" is a pinball game designed by Brian Eddy and released by Midway/Bally in 1995. Sequel pinball game "Revenge From Mars" was released in 1999; it was the first game to run on Williams/Midway's Pinball 2000 platform and was designed by George Gomez, with most of the original 'AFM' design team. W.M.S. Industries intro-duced slot machines called 'Attack From Mars' and 'Revenge From Mars' in 2011.
"Attack From Mars" pinball game entry at Wikipedia
'AFM' page at Planetary Pinball Co.soundbite
"Revenge from Mars" pinball game entry at Wikipedia
Mars Attacks Miniatures Game from Mantic Games  
"Mars Attacks: The Miniatures Game" [ages 8 & up; 2014]
Mantic Games 12½x12½x2½-inch box set [12/2014] for $38.99
includes three sets of standard-size figures, 96-page rules booklet

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