Star Trek - Requiem for Methuselah
Kirk falls for the ward (Louise Sorel) of a man (James Daly) who holds a cure for the ailing Enterprise crew.
#74 - S3E19 - February 14, 1969
Louise Sorel played quite a beautiful android. MeTV viewers will recognize her from the wonderful Night Gallery episode "Pickman's Model", where she starred (along with Bradford Dillman), which was based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, who is my favourite horror author.
James Daly you may have seen The Twilight Zone ("A Stop at Willoughby"), and The Fugitive ("The Evil Men Do", "Running Scared").
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - Space Rockers
*Buck must prevent a group's evil manager from using a galaxy-wide concert transmission to manipulate young listeners.
#21 - S1E21 - February 21, 1980
Man, what bloody awful and repetitive music! I just had to stop wstching. I don't particularly care for Buck Rogers. I prefer shows that were made before I was born.
The Invaders - Condition Red
A doctor does mysteriously after reporting the death of a woman (Antoinette Bower) who appeared to be alive but lacked a heartbeat.
#18 - S2E1 - September 5, 1967
MeTV viewers will recognize the lovely Antoinette Bower from The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Thriller, The Fugitive, Star Trek, Perry Mason, and many others.
Lost in Space - West of Mars
An outer-space gunfighter who looks exactly like Smith forces the doctor to switch places with him.
#40 - S2E11 - November 30, 1966
Jonathan Harris plays a dual role in this one, which showcased his not inconsiderable acting talent, and which must have been quite interesting to film!
Guest Allan Melvin (Space Enforcer Claudio) is instantly recognizable from Gomer Pyle, USMC, and The Andy Griffith Show.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - Mutiny
Admiral Nelson is aboard a new submarine when it is destroyed by a giant jellyfish. Nelson and the first officer are the only survivors. The two men begin a desperate battle for survival while being presumed lost at sea by the navy. Guest starring Harold J. Stone.
#18 - S1E18 - January 11, 1965
Is Nelson cracking up? Is it delirium, radiation, or something else?
Good effects for the filming of the giant jellyfish.
This series is one of, if not the, best series on television right now.
It is wholly, blissfully, free of political correctness and forced diversity.
You sadly will never see a show of this caliber being made today.
Land of the Giants - The Inside Rail
Fitzhugh's love of gambling puts the rest of the space travelers in danger when he finds a winning ticket at the race track.
#29 - S2E3 - October 5, 1969
"Somebody up there doesn't like horse players." 😁
The Time Tunnel - Night of the Long Knives
Tony and Doug arrive in the Thar, where Dr. Phillips is immediately captured by Afghanistan rebels. Tony is shot and presumed dead, but is found by Rudyard Kipling and taken to the local British fort. Rebellion against the British occupiers is rising, and the local commander has been ordered to not attack the rebels. However, one of the scientists has escaped and must convince the British to attack the rebels, freeing Dr. Phillips and stopping the Night Of The Long Knives, the signal begin the general uprising. Dayton Lummis appeared as the character Gladstone.
#14 - S1E14 - December 16, 1966
An interesting look at a battle I hadn't even known about. A large cast of extras for the battle scenes. They always choose striking areas to film in, which adds to the realism and appeal.
Planet of the Apes - The Legacy
While exploring the ruins of Oakland, California, Virdon and Burke find a filmed message from scientists from an earlier time which may help them discover what happened to their civilization.
#5 - S1E5 - October 11, 1974
Arggh The rude and badly misbehaving boy betrayed the group to the apes! Shame on him, but I think he learned his lesson.
The Powers of Matthew Star - Daredevil
Matthew secretly helps a friend (Paul Regina) who is doing a dangerous motorcycle stunt for a movie. With Kaz Garas, Bill Daily
#3 - S1E3 - October 1, 1982
This was the third episode, and I'm still waiting for this series to pick up and get better and/or more interesting. It makes me miss ALF, which it replaced.
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