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Space 1999 - Death's other Dominion

episode 1.5

UK / Italy 1975
produced by
Sylvia Anderson, Gerry Anderson (executive) for Group 3/ITC, RAI
directed by Charles Crichton
starring Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Barry Morse, Nick Tate, Brian Blessed, John Shrapnel, Mary Miller, Valerie Leon, Prentis Hancock, Zienia Merton, Clifton Jones, Anton Phillips, Suzanne Roquette
screenplay by Anthony Terpiloff, Elizabeth Barrows, created by Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson, music by Barry Gray

Space 1999

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Earth's runaway moon passes an iceplanet which seems not the least bit inviting, so the crew of Moonbase Alpha decide to not investigate the planet any further, when suddenly they are contacted from the planet ... & soon, the usual skeleton crew - commander Koenig (Martin Landau), Helena Russell MD (Barbara Bain), scientist Victor (Barry Morse) & crack pilot Alan (Nick Tate) go down to investigate - but soon enough they get seperated & get lost ... until all of them are saved by the natives who have radioed them.

& these natives turn out to be earthlings like the Alphans, the crew of a lost Uranus mission who have somehow made it to the other end of the universe, & have, led by their on-board scientist Rowland (Brian Blessed), made this icey desert their home. & Rowland wants the Alphans to stay (on a planet of ice, I don't know ...), & even promises them eternal life (for some reason, the Uranus crew has achieved that on the ice planet, & they are now all 800 years old), & all the Alphans seem to be taken by the idea (... now wait a minute, they want to live on an ice planet ? Forever ? Please ...), all but Koenig, whom the Uranus crew's half-crazed pilot Jack (John Shrapnel) shows what has become of several of the crew in an attempt to attain immortality ... they have turned into living walking vegetable.

Suddenly the prospect of immortality doesn't seem all that cool to him anymore, but he just fails to convince the others, & furthermore Rowlands asks to be taken to Alpha, to suggest moving to his plantet to the whole crew, a wish Koenig can't deny him ... but on the flight to Alpha, somehow Rowland's immortality comes to an aprupt end & he immediately decomposes ... which makes this planet uninhabitable for the Alphans.


A story that features all the usual spaced out sci-fe theories & pseudo philosophy, peppered with a bit of simple stupidity & the occasional lack of reason, that makes Space 1999 such an endearing if utterly insignificant science fiction series. & Brian Blessed handles his role of the benevolent villain competently as could be expected from him, only John Shrapnel as halfcrazy Jack of Fools manages to get on one's nerves right away.


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