Spaced Out

Author: Stuart Gibbs
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481423371
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In 2041 twelve-year-old Dashiell Gibson is a resident of Moon Base Alpha, and at the moment he is faced with a number of problems: coping with the nasty Sjoberg twins, finding out how the commander of the base has managed to disappear from ...

Newsweek

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Landau with Piri's robot ruler: Campy alien? DEWAR'S PROFILES Mustang H
Mustang II MPG for '76: racy. Moonbase Alpha battles foam blob: Cosmic ratings
for syndicated sci-fi Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That
Cigarette Smoking Is. Spaced Out With what looks like a record crop of fall-
season flops, the television networks have few programs to cheer about. And the
surprise hit, "Space: 1999," isn't one of them. The British-made science- fiction
series is getting ...

Blockbuster Video Guide To Movies And Videos 1996

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Publisher: Island Books
ISBN: 9780440221142
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D: Lee H. Katzm. sn 109m. tvm v Space 1999: Journey Through Black Sun 1982
*** The crew of moon base Alpha (led by Landau and Bain) on a trip that could
destroy them all. From the cult British TV series. C: Martin Landau, Barbara Bain,
... D: Patrick Read Johnson, com m 100m. v Spaced Out 1981 British ☆*
Spaceship of female aliens takes four Earthlings hostage to discover the
differences between men and women. Unfunny sex comedy parody, (a.k.a. Outer
Reach) C: Barry ...

Exploring Space 1999

Author: John Kenneth Muir
Publisher: McFarland Publishing
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Harry Castleman, The Best of Science Fiction Television (Harmony Books, 1987,
pgs. 76-77) "The residents of Moonbase Alpha encounter enough weird life-
forms to enchant the most jaded 'Star Trekkie' ... not since Stanley Kubrick's 2001
have sci-fi freaks had the chance to trip out on so much surrealistic gimmickry." —
Harry Waters, Newsweek: "Spaced Out" (October 1975, pg. 116) "Star Trek was
often less than scientific, frequently gaudy and nearly devoid of anything
resembling ...