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TV Series
    (September 4, 1975-May 7, 1978)
    Born in United Kingdom
    ITC Entertainment
    Martin Landau as Cmdr. John Koenig
    Barbara Bain as Dr. Helena Russell
    Nick Tate as Alan Carter
    Zienia Merton as Sandra Benes
    Barbara Kelly as Computer Voice
    Anton Phillips as Dr. Bob Mathias (1st season)
    Barry Morse as Prof. Victor Bergman (1st season)
    Prentis Hancock as Paul Morrow (1st season)
    Suzanne Roquette as Tanya Alexander (1st season)
    Clifton Jones as David Kano (1st season)
    Catherine Schell as Maya (2nd season)
    Tony Anholt as Tony Verseschi (2nd season)
    Created by Gerry & Sylvia Anderson (Thunderbirds)
    Produced by Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson (1st season) and Fred Frieberger (2nd season)
    A nuclear waste explosion (September 13, 1999) ruins the Moon’s orbital pattern and sends Moonbase Alpha into outer space
    It was the final production for the Andersons (who divorced partway through its run!).
    The first episode was actually produced in 1973.
    Bain is the only cast member common to all 48 episodes (Landau was absent from only one and Tate missed three).
    The quality of scripts under Frieberger eventually pissed off the cast.
    It could take up to two years for a new second-season episode to be aired.
    Each season had a different opening theme.
    Though not interested, Teresa Graves was the original pick for Maya (the shapeshifting alien).
    It inspired another sense of realism in subsequent sci-fi programming.
    It became the first post-Star Trek attempt at a weekly science fiction series.
    Nice to have some Americans on British science fiction (and a Canadian as the computer voice).
    Maya could assume any form for about an hour — though the actual transformation wasn’t shown.
    Through a fan-produced episode, Merton reprised her role as Benes to give closure to the series (our September 13, 1999).
    Almost none of the cast or crew had any significant problems with Landau and Bain.
    It went on to become a true cult classic.

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