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Exploring Space: 1999: An Episode Guide and Complete History of the Mid-1970s Science Fiction Television Series

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From the show's conception in 1973 to its cancellation in 1977: 48 episodes, including a plot synopsis, writer, director, guest star credits, and critical commentary that examines the episode and other shows with similar plotlines.
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Published March 31st 2005 by McFarland & Company (first published April 1st 1997)
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Trekscribbler
As I’ve mentioned in another review recently, I missed the whole SPACE: 1999 phenomenon of the late 70’s. Basically, I grew up in a small town in a time unlike today that one didn’t have a billion entertainment choices on the TV dial, nor could one have a vast library of video upon which to fall back on in time of performance drought. In the US, SPACE: 1999 played entirely in syndication, so – if it wasn’t on in your market – then you were out of luck. Sure, you had what the trade magazines told ...more
Thom
Kudos to Mr Muir for his work on keeping 1999 alive but this was useless if your already a fan. If your not a fan I woud say it was rather good.
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John Kenneth Muir (born 1969) is an American literary critic. He has written as of 2010 twenty-one reference books in the fields of film and television, with a particular accent on the horror and science fiction genres. He has been described as one of the horror genre's "most widely read critics", and as an "accomplished film journalist".

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