Nayr, Kavura, and guests discuss the science fiction articles that were in Starlog magazine issues 15 and 16, originally published in 1978. Highlights: Superman: The Movie, Twilight Zone, Star Wars, and more!
What’s in Episode 8, “SciFi in Starlog Magazine Issues 15 and 16”
Superman: The Movie
Billy Hogan gives us a behind the scenes look at the new Superman movie.
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Author Jeff Thompson discusses Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone.
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Paul Mount fills us in on Gerry Anderson’s Space: 1999 Report.
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The Merchandising of Star Wars
Yehuda Kleinman and Ron Salvatore discuss the merchandising of Star Wars.
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This Island Earth
Edward German reminisces about the 1955 classic sci-fi film This Island Earth.
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Mark O’Connell gives us the full story if the television classic The Invaders.
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Anthony Rooney recalls the details about the fantastic puppetry work of Gerry Anderson ‘s Supermaroination!
Michael Havens and Philip Browne consider the implications in Star Wars.
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All This, Plus…
Buck Rogers, Battlestar Galactica, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and more!
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