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Sci-Fi TV Series including Super Heroes
compiled by The Classic TV Archive
Also included in this guide are Super Hero series like "Batman", "The Green Hornet",
"The Six Million Dollar Man", "The Bionic Woman", "Wonder Woman",
"The Man from Atlantis", "The Incredible Hulk", "The Invisible Man", and
"Gemini Man", which may not be considered as true Sci-Fi by some
readers, but are listed here for reference purposes.

Flash Gordon Sci-Fi Cliffhanger Movie Serials
(Universal Pictures)(1936-40)
"Republic Pictures" Sci-Fi / Super-Hero Cliffhanger Serials
US sci-fi theatrical serials   (1936-53)
  "Columbia Pictures" Sci-Fi / Super-Hero Cliffhanger Movie Serials
US sci-fi theatrical serials   (1938-55)

Captain Video And His Video Rangers  Episode Guide

DuMont Network (1949-55) (27Jun49-1Apr55)
 Broadcast "Live" from New York (7:00-7:30pm Eastern)
Producers: Olga Druce, Frank Telford, Al Hodge, James L. Caddington
 US Space Serial 1949-55, 1956
Richard Coogan as Captain Video (June 1949 - late 1949)
Al Hodge as Captain Video  (late 1949-1956)
Also Featuring:
Don Hastings as The Video Ranger (the Captain's main assistant)
Grant Sullivan as Clipper Evans / Blaster Martin
Nat Polen as Ranger Carter
Kenneth Nelson as Ranger Colt
Fred Scott as Ranger Rogers
Jack Orrison as Commissioner Bell
Ben Lackland as Commissioner Carey
Captain Video's Arch enemies:
Hal Conklin/ Stephen Elliott as Dr. Pauli (the Captain's Arch Enemy)
Guest Villains
Ernest Borgnine as Nargola
Jack Klugman
Tony Randalll
The exploits of Captain Video, a scientific genius who possesses amazing electronic weapons,
as he battles the people dangerous to the safety and peace of the universe, during the 22nd
century. On board spaceship "X-9" (up to 3Mar52), then the "Galaxy" (from 24Mar52)

Space Patrol  Episode Guide
Produced by Mike Moser Directed by Dik Darley US sci-fi series 1951-55
season 1 -daily 15 min. thereafter weekly half hour episodes
Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corey
Lyn Osborn as Cadet Happy
Virginia Hewitt as Carol Karlyle
Nina Bara as Tonga
Ken Mayer as Major Robbie Robertson
Norman Jolley as Secretary General of the United Planets
Marvin Miller as Mr. Proteus
Bella Kovacs as Prince Baccarratti, alias the Black Falcon

Tom Corbett, Space Cadet   Episode Guide
Rockhill Production
NBC/CBS/ABC/Dumont 3 years -New York- Live
Produced by Allen Ducovny, Leonard Carlton
US Sci-Fi Series 1950-55 x episodes X 15min then 30min
(02-Oct-1950 to 29-Dec-1950) (CBS)
(01-Jan-1951 to 26-Sep-1952) (ABC)
(07-Jul-1951 to 01-Sep-1951) (NBC) (reruns)
(29-Aug-1953 to 22-May-1954) (DuMont) (Alternate Saturdays)
(11-Dec-1954 to 25-Jun-1955) (NBC) (Weekly, Saturdays)
Frankie Thomas as Tom Corbett
Edward Bryce as Captain Strong
Jan Merlin as Cadet Roger Manning
Jack Grimes as Cadet T.J. Thistle
Patricia Ferris/ Margaret Garland as Dr. Joan Gale
John Fiedler as Cadet Alfie Higgins
Al Markim as Astro
Announcer: Jackson Beck
The exploits of Tom Corbett, a Cadet at Space Academy, U.S.A. an Earth based West Point
wherein young men and women train to become Solar Guards, the agents of a celestial police
force that has been established to protect the planets of the Solar Alliance (Earth, Mars,
Venus and Jupiter)

Tales of Tomorrow  Episode Guide
ABC - American Broadcasting Company
produced by George F. Foley Jr.
  US Sci-Fi Anthology series 1951-53 84 episodes x 30 min bw
(8-3-51 to 6-12-53)
no host
Anthology series featuring both classic and modern sci-fi themes.
directed by
Charles S. Dubin,  Don Medford, Franklin J. Schaffner, Leonard Valenta

Out There   Episode Guide
Created by Executive Producer Donald Davis
Produced by John Haggott
Directed by Byron Paul & Andrew McCullough
US Sci-Fi Anthology series 1951-52 12 episodes x 30min (live/film)

The Adventures of Superman
season 1 (eps 1-26):-
Produced by Robert Maxwell and Bernard Luber
Directed by Lee Sholem and Tommmy Carr
season 2 (eps 27-52):-
Produced by Whitney Ellsworth
Directed by Tommy Blair/ George Blair
season 3-6 (eps 53-54):-
Produced by Whitney Ellsworth
Directed by Harry Gerstad/ Phil Ford/ George Blair
US sci-fi adventure series 1951-57
(1-52 are B & W, 53-104 are color) x 30 min.
George Reeves as Clark Kent/Superman,
Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane (episodes 1-26),
Noel Neill as Lois Lane (episodes 27-104),
Jack Larson (or Larsen) as Jimmy Olsen,
John Hamilton as Perry White,
Robert Shayne as Inspector Henderson
Phil Tead as Professor Pepperwinkle.

Rocky Jones, Space Ranger
Roland Reed Productions, Inc.
Space Ranger Enterprises.
Ziv International, Inc.

US sci-fi series 1954 39 episodes x 30 min bw
aired from: Apr 1954 to: Dec 1954 15 serials
Richard Crane as Rocky Jones
Scotty Beckett as Winky
Sally Mansfield as Vena Ray
Maurice Cass as Prof. Newton
Robert Lyden as Bobby
Charles Meredith as Secretary Drake
Reginald Sheffield as Prof. Mayberry
Patsy Parsons as Cleolanta

Flash Gordon  (TV Series)  Episode Guide
Inter-Continental Film Productions
La Telediffusion
Filmed in Germany
US syndication
Sci-Fi adventure series 1954-55 39 episodes x 30 min bw
Steve Holland as Flash Gordon
Irene Champlin as Dale Arden
Joe Nash as Dr. Alexis Zarkov
Henry Beckman as Commander Richards

Science Fiction Theatre  Episode Guide
Ziv Television Programs
Produced by Ivan Tors

US sci-fi anthology series 1955-57 78 episodes x 30 min bw

narrated by Truman Bradley

World of Giants  Episode Guide
Production Company NOT known
Filmed for CBS
First-Run Syndication
Produced by William Alland and Otto Lang
(also Ralph Smart? and Edgar Peterson ?)
US sci-fi series 1957/1959 13 episodes x 30 min bw
filmed 1957/ released 1959
Marshall Thompson as Mel Hunter
Arthur Franz as Bill Winters
Marcia Henderson as Miss Brown
John Gallaudet as Commissioner Hogg

Men into Space   Episode Guide
Ziv Television Programs
Produced by Ivan Tors

US sci-fi series 1959-60 38 episodes x 30 min bw
William Lundigan as Col. Edward McCauley
Angie Dickinson as Mary McCauley
Joyce Taylor as Mary McCauley
Charles Herbert as Peter McCauley
The USAF prepares for space exploration.

The Twilight Zone    Episode Guide
Cayuga production
Filmed at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios
in association with
The CBS Television Network
Created and Narrated by Rod Serling
Produced by Buck Houghton
Produced by Herbert Hirschman (season 4)

US anthology series 1959-64 156 episodes x 30/60 min. bw
(136 x 30 min. + 18 x 60 min.)
(Rod Serling wrote 89 of the 151 shows)

"There is a Fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man.
It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity.
It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science
and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and
the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination.
It's an area which we call - The Twilight Zone!"

The series expanded to 60 min. episodes in season 4 (early 1963)
but reverted to 30 min. episodes for the final season (1963-64)

New opening narration for hour long episodes:-
"You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another
dimension - a dimension of sound - a dimension of sight - a
dimension of the mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and
substance of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into - The Twilight Zone!"

The Outer Limits   Episode Guide
United Artists Television
Daystar production
created by Leslie Stevens
produced by Leslie Stevens and Joseph Stefano

US sci-fi Anthology series 1963-65 49 episodes x 60 min bw

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea    Episode Guide
Cambridge Productions, Inc
Irwin Allen Production in association with
Twentieth Century Fox-Television
Created and Produced by Irwin Allen
Tv series based on his 1961 film of the same name
US Adventure Sci-Fi series 1964-68 110 episodes x 60 min (32 bw 78 color)
(4 seasons)
Richard Basehart as Admiral Harriman Nelson
(Walter Pigeon in the 1961 movie)
David Hedison as Cdr./Capt. Lee Crane
(Robert Sterling in the 1961 movie)
Robert Dowdell as Lt. Cdr. Chip Morton
Henry Kulky as Chief Petty Officer Curley Jones (1964-1965)
Terry Becker as Chief Sharkey (1965-1968)
Allan Hunt as Stu Riley (1965-1967)
Del Monroe as Kowalsky
Paul Trinka as Crewman Patterson
Arch Whiting as Crewman Sparks
Richard Bull as Doctor
An atomic submarine, the 'Seaview' scours the ocean bed for
villains and monsters.
'Voyage to the bottom of the Sea' theme music by Lionel Newman

Lost in Space  Episode Guide
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
Irwin Allen Production
created by Irwin Allen
associate producers Jerry Briskin (yr 1) William Faralla (yr 2&3)
story editor Anthony Wilson
US sci-fi series 1965-68 83 episodes x 60 min (29 bw 54 color)
Guy Williams as Prof. John Robinson
June Lockhart as Maureen Robinson
Mark Goddard as Don West
Marta Kristen as Judy Robinson
Billy Mumy as Will Robinson
Angela Cartwright as Penny Robinson
Jonathan Harris as Dr. Zachary Smith
Bob May as Robot
Dick Tufeld as Robot's voice
music by Lionel Newman

The Time Tunnel   Episode Guide
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
Kent Productions Ltd
Irwin Allen Production
for ABC
created by Irwin Allen
US sci-fi series 1966-67 30 episodes x 60 min color
James Darren as Dr. Tony Newman
Robert Colbert as Dr. Doug Phillips
Lee Meriwether as Dr. Ann MacGregor
Whit Bissell as Gen. Heywood Kirk
John Zaremba as Dr. Raymond Swain
Scientist build a time tunnel and get caught in the fourth dimension.

Batman   Episode Guide
(live-action television series)
Greenway production
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
Executive Producer William Dozier
producer Howie Horwitz
based on the comic strip by Bob Kane

US comic strip adventure series 1966-68 120 episodes x 30 min color

Adam West as Batman (alter ego 'millionaire' Bruce Wayne)
Burt Ward as Robin (alter ego Dick Grayson)

Neil Hamilton as Commisioner Gordon
Stafford Repp as Chief O'Hara
Alan Napier as Alfred The Butler
Madge Blake as Aunt Harriet
Yvonne Craig as Batgirl (introduced in season 3)
(alter ego Barbara Gordon, Commisioner Gordon's daughter)

narrated by William Dozier

special guest villains - male

Frank Gorshin as The Riddler
John Astin as The Riddler
Cesar Romero as The Joker
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
George Sanders as Mr. Freeze
Otto Preminger as Mr. Freeze
Eli Wallach as Mr. Freeze
Victor Buono as King Tut
Vincent Price as Egghead
Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg
Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac
David Wayne as The Mad Hatter
Malachi Throne as False Face
Liberace as Fingers Chandell
Cliff Robertson as Shame
Howard Duff as Cabala
Michael Rennie as The Sandman
Art Carney as The Archer
Maurice Evans as The Puzzler
Roddy McDowall as The Bookworm
Walter Slezak as The Clock King
John Crawford as The Devil
Roger Carmel as Colonel Gumm

special guest villains - female

Julie Newmar as Catwoman (alter ego Silina Kyle)
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (alter ego Silina Kyle)
Anne Baxter as Zelda
Tallulah Bankhead as The Black Widow
Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne
Ida Lapino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft
Shelley Winters as Ma Parker
Joan Collins as Siren/Lorelei Circle
Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of Cossacks
Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle
Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Glynis Johns as Lady Penelope Peasoup
Zsa Zsa Gabor as Minerva
Terry Moore as Venus
Lesley Gore as Pussycat

music by Neal Hefti, Nelson Riddle

there was also a film 'Batman' released in 1966
starring the same cast
Guest villains in the movie were the Penguin, Joker, Riddler,
and Catwoman -- alter ego, Kitka (played by Lee Meriwether
in place of the unavailable Julie Newmar)

The Green Hornet   Episode Guide
Greenway Production
in association with
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
Executive Producer William Dozier
Produced by Richard Bluel
Produced by Stan Shpetner ("Invasion from Outer Space" 2 parter)
Based on the radio dramas of the Green Hornet, Inc.,
Created by George W. Trendle
US sci-fi comic strip series 1966-67 26 episodes x 30 min color
Van Williams as Britt Reid/The Green Hornet
Bruce Lee as Kato
Wende Wagner as Lenore "Casey" Case
Lloyd Gough as Mike Axford
Walter Brooke as District Attorney F.P. Scanlon
With the help of a karate expert, the masked crusauder - The Green Hornet,
fights for justice.
"The Green Hornet" theme music composed by Billy May

Star Trek   Episode Guide
Paramount Pictures Television
Desilu Productions
Norway production
created and produced by Gene Roddenberry
US sci-fi series 1966-69 90 min pilot + 79 episodes x 60 min color
William Shatner as Capt. James T. Kirk (1966-1969)
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock (1966-1969)
DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard McCoy (1966-1969)
Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand (1966-1967)
George Takei as Sulu (1966-1969)
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura (1966-1969)
James Doohan as Engineer Montgomery Scott (1966-1969)
Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel (1966-1969)
Walter Koenig as Ensign Pavel Chekov (1967-1969)

The Invaders   Episode Guide
Quinn Martin production
Sam Goldwyn Studios
executive producer Quinn Martin
US sci-fi drama series 1967-68  43 episodes x 60 min color
Roy Thinnes
Architect David Vincent
guest star
Kent Smith as Edgar Scoville
(the one man in a position of authority who believes David Vincent)

"The Invaders - aliens beings from a dying planet.
Their destination - the earth.
Their purpose to make it their world.
David Vincent has seen them.
For him it began one lost night on a lonely country road,
looking for a short-cut that he never found.
It began with a closed deserted diner, and a man too long
without sleep to continue his journey.
It began with the landing of a craft from another galaxy.
Now, David Vincent knows the Invaders are here;
that they have taken human form.
Somehow he must convince a disbelieving world that the nightmare
has already begun
'The Invaders' theme music by Dominic Frontiere

Land of the Giants   Episode Guide
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
Irwin Allen Production
created by Irwin Allen
US sci-fi series 1968-70 51 episodes x 60 min color
Gary Conway as Capt. Steve Burton
Don Matheson as Mark Wilson
Stefan Arngrim as Barry Lockridge
Don Marshall as Dan Erikson
Deanna Lund as Valerie Scott
Heather Young as Betty Hamilton
Kurt Kasznar as Cdr. Alexander Fitzhugh
Kevin Hagen as Inspector Kobrick
Chipper (Barry's Dog)
A rocketship crashes on a planet ruled by giants.

Star Trek (animated)
US animated sci-fi series 1973-75

William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk (voice)
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock (voice)
DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard McCoy (voice)
James Doohan as Lt. Commander Scott (voice)
George Takei as Lt. Sulu (voice)
Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura (voice)
Majel Barrett as Nurse Chapel (voice)
George Takei as Lt. Arex (voice)
Nichelle Nichols as Lt. M'Ress (voice)

The Starlost
Glenn-Warren production
in association with
Twentieth Century Fox Television
created and produced by Richard Trumbull
directed by Francis Chapman and Bill Davis
Canadian Sci-Fi Series 1973-74 16 episodes x 50 min VTR
Keir Dullea as Devon
Gay Rowen as Rachel
Robin Ward as Garth
William Osler as the Computer Host
The last survivors of earth travel through space looking
for a new home.

The Six Million Dollar Man   Episode Guide
Harve Bennett Productions
in association with
Universal City Studios, Inc. /an MCA TV company
Executive Producer Kenneth Johnson
Based upon the novel "Cyborg" written by Martin Caidin.
US sci-fi adventure series 1973-78 3 Pilot TV Movies +
100 episodes x mainly 60 min color
(5 seasons)
Lee Mayors as Steve Austin
Richard Anderson as Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks as Dr. Rudy Welles (except pilot)
"The Six Million Dollar Man" theme music by Oliver Nelson
(spin-off series "The Bionic Woman")

Planet of the Apes   Episode Guide
Twentieth Century-Fox Television
executive producer Herbert Hirschman
US sci-fi series 1974 14 episodes x 60 min color
Roddy McDowall as Galen
Ron Harper as Alan Virdon
James Naughton as Pete Burke
Mark Lenard as Urko
Booth Colman as Zaius
Two astronauts lost in a time warp land on a planet where apes are
the masters.
'Planet of the Apes' theme music by Lalo Shifrin

The Invisible Man   Episode Guide
Universal City Studios Inc
executive producers Harve Bennett and Steven Bocho
produced by Leslie Stevens
created by Harve Bennett
US adventure series 1975-76 pilot + 12 episodes x 60 min color
David McCallum as Dr. Daniel Westin
Melinda Fee as Dr. Kate Westin
Craig Stevens as Walter Carlson
The character had previously 'appeared' in:-
'H.G. Wells' Invisible Man'
UK adventure series 1958-59 39 episodes x 30 min bw
it's star Tim Turner was never credited.

Gemini Man    Episode Guide
Universal City Studios Inc
NBC (Thursdays 8:00-9:00pm)
Executive producer Harve Bennett
Produced by Leslie Stevens and Frank Telford

US adventures series 1976 pilot + 11 episodes x 60 min color
(first 5 aired on Network and final 6 Syndicated)
Ben Murphy as Sam Casey
Katherine Crawford as Abby Lawrence
William Sylvester as Leonard Driscoll (except pilot)
Richard Dysart as Leonard Driscoll (pilot only)

Original music by Lee Holdridge and Mark Snow

The Gemini Man, Sam Casey has a magic watch that makes him invisible when
pressed. However he can only remain invisible for 15 minutes or else he  will die.
A replacement show for the previous seasons 'The Invisible Man' which starred David McCallum

Wonder Woman   (ABC)(1975-77)      Episode Guide
The New Adventures of Wonder Woman (CBS )(1977-79)

Warner Brothers Television
ABC (1976-77)
CBS (1977-79)(Fridays 8:00 pm)
Executive Producer Douglas S. Cramer
Based on characters from the comic strip "Wonder Woman" D.C. Comics, Inc.
Created by Charles Moulton.

US Sci-Fi adventure series 1976-79 3 pilot TVM's + 57 episodes x 60 min
(3 seasons)
Lynda Carter as Yeoman Diana Prince/"Wonder Woman" (1976-1979)
Lyle Waggoner as Major Steve Trevor (1976-77) / Agent Steve Trevor (1977-79)

The Bionic Woman      Episode Guide
Harve Bennett Productions
in association with
Universal City Studios, Inc. / MCA TV
ABC (Wednesdays 8:00 pm season 1-2)
NBC (Saturdays 8:00 pm, season 3 1977-78)
Executive Producer Kenneth Johnson (to be verified)
Based on the novel "Cyborg" by Martin Caidin.
US sci-fi series 1976-1978 57 episodes x 60 min color
Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson as Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks as Dr. Rudy Welles
Jennifer Darling as Peggy Callahan
Christopher Stone as Chris Williams [ 3 ]

(spin-off from "The Six Million Dollar Man")

The Incredible Hulk   Episode Guide
Glen A. Larson productions
in association with
Universal City Studios, Inc.
Executive producer Kenneth Johnson
Developed for television by Kenneth Johnson
produced by Chuck Bowman (season 1)
produced by James G. Hirsch, Nicholas Corea (season 2)
produced by Robert Bennett Steinhauer (season 3)
based on the Marvel Comics Super Hero of the same name
US adventure series 1977-82 2 pilot tvm's +
(5 seasons)
+ 3 revival tvm's 1988-1990
Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner
Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk
Jack Colvin as Jack McGee (reporter)

"Doctor David Banner, Scientist, Physician - searching for a way to tap
into the hidden strengths that all humans have. Then an accidental
overdose of Gamma Radiation alters his body chemistry. And now, when
David Banner grows angry or outraged, a startling metamorphasis occurs.
The creature is driven by rage and pursued by an investigative reporter
- Mr McGee, dont make me angry - you wouldn't like me when I'm angry -
The creature is wanted for a murder he didn't commit. David Banner
is believed to be dead and he must let the world think that he is dead,
until he can find a way to control the raging spirit that dwells within
'The Incredible Hulk' theme music by Joseph Harnell

The Man from Atlantis   Episode Guide
TaftH-B Production  / Herb Solow Production
for NBC
US Super Hero Adventure series 1977-78 3 TV Movies + 14 episodes x 60 min color
Patrick Duffy
as Mark Harris - The Man from Atlantis
Belinda Montgomery as Dr. Elizabeth Merrill.
Alan Fudge as C.W. Crawford
Victor Buono as Mr. Schubert
Robert Lussier as Brent
Richard Williams as Jomo
J. Victor Lopez as Chuey
Jean Marie Hon as Jane
Anson Downes as Allen
An amnesiac with webbed hands is found washed up on the beach
and because his undersea skills is co-opted by the US Navy.

The Fantastic Journey     Episode Guide
Bruce Lansbury Productions, Ltd.
Columbia Pictures Television
Executive Producer Bruce Lansbury

US sci-fi series 1977 90 min pilot + 9 episodes x 60 min color
Jared Martin as Varian
Roddy McDowall as Dr. Jonathan Willoway
Carl Franklin as Dr. Fred Walters
Katie Saylor as Liana
Ike Eisenmann as Scott Jordan

A small boatload of people, lost in a cloud in the Bermuda Triangle,
find themselves on an island with different historical time zones,
escaping from one weird adventure to the next.

Logan's Run    Episode Guide
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television
Goff-Roberts-Steiner production
based on characters created by
William F. Nolan & George Clayton Johnson
produced by Leonard Katzman

US sci-fi series 1977-78 tvm pilot + 13 episodes x 60 min color

Gregory Harrison as Logan
Heather Menzies as Jessica
Donald Moffat as Rem
Randolph Powell as Francis

Project U.F.O.
.   Episode Guide
Mark VII, Ltd production
executive producer Jack Webb
produced by Col. William T. Coleman

US sci-fi series 1978-79 26 episodes x 60 min color
William Jordan as Maj. Jake Gatlin (1978)
Edward Winter as Capt. Ben Ryan (1978-1979)
Caskey Swaim as Staff Sgt. Harry Fitz (1978-1979)
Aldine King as Libby Virdon (1978-1979)

Investigations into Flying Saucer sightings.

Battlestar Galactica
Universal City Studios
executive producer Glen A. Larson

US sci-fi series 1978-79 22 episodes x 60 min color

Lorne Greene as Commander Adama
Richard Hatch as Captain Apollo
Dirk Benedict as Lieutenant Starbuck
Maren Jensen as Athena
Laurette Spang as Cassiopeia
Herb Jefferson, Jr. as Lieutenant Boomer
Terry Carter as Colonel Tigh
Tony Swartz as Flight Sargeant Jolley
Noah Hathaway as Boxey
Anne Lockhart as Sheba
John Colicos as Baltar
Patrick Macnee as the voice of the Imperious Cylon Leader
Jonathan Harris as the voice of Lucifer, Baltar's Cylon aide

Galactica 1980
Universal City Studios
executive producer Glen A. Larson

US sci-fi series 1980 10 episodes x 60 min color

Lorne Greene as Commander Adama
Kent McCord as Capt. Troy
Barry Van Dyke as Lt. Dillon
Robyn Douglass as Jamie Hamilton
Robbie Risk as Dr. Zee
Patrick Stuart as Dr. Zee
Allan Miller as Col. Sydell
Richard Lynch as Xavier

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Universal City Studios
executive producer Glen A. Larson

US sci-fi series 1979-81 37 episodes x 60 min color

Gil Gerard as Capt. William "Buck" Rogers (1979-1981)
Erin Gray as Col. Wilma Deering (1979-1981)
Tim O'Connor as Dr. Huer (1979-1980)

Felix Silla as Twiki (1979-1981)
Mel Blanc as Twiki's voice (1979-1981)
Bob Elyea as Twiki's voice (temporary replacement) (1981)
Eric Server as Dr. Theopolis (voice only) (1979-1980)

Pamela Hensley as Princess Ardala (1979-1980)
Henry Silva as Kane (1979)
Michael Ansara as Kane (1979-1980)
Thom Christopher as Hawk (1981)
Wilfrid Hyde-White as Dr. Goodfellow (1981)
Jay Garner as Admiral Asimov (1981)
Jeff David as Crichton (voice only) (1981)
Paul Carr as Lt. Devlin (1981)

Beyond Westworld
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television
Lou Shaw production
based on 'Westworld' by Michael Crichton

US sci-fi series 1980 5 episodes x 60 min color

Jim McMullan as John Moore
James Wainwright as Simon Quaid
William Jordan as Joseph Oppenheimer
Connie Sellecca as Pamela Williams
Severn Darden as Foley
Ann McCurry as Roberta

" V "      Episode Guide

Warner Brothers Television
US Sci-fi  mini-series  + hour long  series 1983-85

Marc Singer as Mike Donovan (1983-1985)
Faye Grant as Dr. Julie Parrish (1983-1985)
Jane Badler as Diana (1983-1985)
Lane Smith as Nathan Bates (1984-1985)
Blair Tefkin as Robin Maxwell (1984-1985)
Jennifer Cooke as Elizabeth (as teenager) (1984-1985)
Michael Ironside as Ham Tyler (1984-1985)
Michael Wright as Elias (1984-1985)
Robert Englund as Willie (1984-1985)
Jeff Yagher as Kyle Bates (1984-1985)
June Chadwick as Lydia (1984-1985)
Howard K. Smith as himself (1984-1985)
Nicky Katt as Sean Donovan (1984-1985)
Aki Aleong as Mr. Chiang (1984-1985)
Duncan Regehr as Charles (1984-1985)
Judson Scott as Lt. James (1985)
Frank Ashmore as Martin/Philip (1985)

US sci-fi series 1986-87 22 episodes x 60 min color

Robert Hays as Paul Forrester ("Starman")
C.B. Barnes as Scott Hayden
Michael Cavanaugh as George Fox

Star Trek: The Next Generation
US sci-fi series 1987-94

Patrick Stewart as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (1987-1994)
Jonathan Frakes as Cdr. William Riker (1987-1994)
LeVar Burton as Lt. Geordi La Forge (1987-1994)
Denise Crosby as Lt. Tasha Yar (1987-1988)
Michael Dorn as Lt. Worf (1987-1994)
Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher (1987-1988) (1989-1994)
Marina Sirtis as Counselor Deanna Troi (1987-1994)
Brent Spiner as Lt. Cmdr. Data (1987-1994)
Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher (1987-1990)
Colm Meaney as Transporter Chief Miles O'Brien (1987-1993)
Diana Muldaur as Dr. Katherine "Kate" Pulaski (1988-1989)
Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan (1988-1993)
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien (1991-1993)
Brian Bonsall as Alexander Roshenko (1992-1994)
Michelle Forbes as Ensign Ro Laren (1991-1992)
Patti Yasutake as Dr. Elissa Ogawa (1993-1994)

War of the Worlds: The Second Invasion
Triumph production
Hometown Films
Ten Four

US sci-fi series 1988-90 pilot + 42 episodes x 60 min color

directed by George Bloomfield and Timothy Bond

Jared Martin as Dr. Harrison Blackwood
Lynda Mason Green as Dr. Suzanne McCullough
Philip Akin as Norton Drake (1988-1989)
Richard Chaves as Lt. Col. Paul Ironhorse (1988-1989)
Rachel Blanchard as Debi McCullough (age 11)
Corinne Conley as Mrs. Pennyworth (1988-1989)
Adrian Paul as John Kincaid (1989-1990)
Richard Comar as Advocate Number 1 (1988-1989)
David Calderisi as Advocate Number 1 (1988-1989)
Ilse von Glatz as Advocate Number 2 (1988-1989)
Michael Rudder as Advocate Number 2 (1988-1989)
Denis Forest as Malzor (1989-1990)
Catherine Disher as Mana (1989-1990)
Julian Richings as Ardix (1989-1990)

Hard Time on Planet Earth
Touchstone Pictures and Television
Walt Disney Company

US sci-fi series 1989 pilot + 12 episodes x 60 min color

Martin Kove as Jesse
Danny Mann as Control (voice)

directed by
Timothy Bond, James A. Contner, Bill Corcoran, Roger Duchowny
Michael Lange, Robert Mandel, Ric Rondell, Al Waxman, Ed Zuckerman
original music by Joseph Conlan

Jesse, an alien is sent to Earth and finds himself in Los Angeles.
His only companion is a floating, orb-shaped parole officer named
Control. Doomed to stay on Earth until he can show compassion, Control
helps him lead as normal a life as possible, but not knowing Earthly
ways he often finds himself in trouble.

Alien Nation
US sci-fi series 1989-91 22 episodes x 60 min color
Gary Graham as Det. Matthew Sikes
Eric Pierpoint as Det. George Francisco
Michele Scarabelli as Susan Francisco
Sean Six as Buck Francisco (age 17)
Lauren Woodland as Emily Francisco (age 9)
Terri Treas as Cathy Frankel
Jeff Marcus as Albert Einstein
Jeff Doucette as Burns (1989)
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as Sergeant Dobbs
Ron Fassler as Capt. Brian Grazer
Molly Morgan as Jill (1989)

Quantum Leap epguides.com [###]
Bellisarious Production (Donald P. Bellisario)
Universal Television

US sci-fi series 1989-93 pilot + 93 episodes x 60 min color

Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett
Dean Stockwell as Al Calavicci ("The Observer")

Adventures of two time travellers.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine epguides.com [###]

US sci-fi series 1993-

Avery Brooks as Commander Benjamin Sisko (1993- )
Colm Meaney as Chief Operations Officer Miles O'Brien (1993- )
Nana Visitor as Major Kira Nerys (1993- )
Rene Auberjonois as Constable Odo (1993- )
Siddig El Fadil as Dr. Julian Bashir (1993- )
Terry Farrell as Chief Science Officer Jadzia Dax (1993- )
Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko (age14) (1993- )
Armin Shimerman as Quark (1993- )
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien (1993-94)
Aron Eisenberg as Nog (1993)
Andrew Robinson as Elim Garak (1993- )
Marc Alaimo as Gul Dakat (1993- )
Max Grodenchick as Rom (1993- )


US sci-fi series 1993

Linda Hunt as Cmdr. Chennault
Jeff Kaake as Capt. John Boon
Jack McGee as Doc
Marjorie Monaghan as JoJo
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Zylyn
Danny Quinn as Daniel Kincaid
Clint Howard as Mimmer
Gottfried John as Erich Weiss

US sci-fi series 1993-96 59 episodes x 60 min coor
Roy Scheider as Capt. Nathan Hale Bridger (season1-2)
Michael Ironside as Capt. Oliver Hudson (season 3)


US sci-fi series 1993-2000 pilot + ? episodes x 60 min coor

David Duchovny as Fox Mulder (1993- )
Gilian Anderson as Dana Scully (1993- )
Jerry Hardin as Deep Throat (1993-1994)
Mitch Pileggi as Asst. Dir. Walter Skinner*(1994- )
Steven Williams as Mr. X (1994- )

spin-off "Millenium"



US sci-fi series 1994 -

Michael O'Hare as Commander Jeffrey Sinclair (1994)
Bruce Boxleitner as Commander John Sheridan (1994- )
Claudia Christian as Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova (1994- )
Jerry Doyle as Security Chief Michael Garibaldi (1994- )
Richard Biggs as Dr. Stephen Franklin (1994- )
Andrea Thompson as Talia Winters (1994- )
Peter Jurasik as Londo Mollari (1994- )
Stephen Furst as Vir (1994- )
Mira Furlan as Delenn (1994- )
Bill Mumy as Lennier (1994- )
Andreas Katsulas as Ambassador G'Kar (1994- )
Caitlin Brown as Na'Toth (1994)
Mary Kay Adams as Na'Toth (1994- )
Ardwight Chamberlain as Kosh (1994- )
Robert Rusler as Lt. Warren Keffer (1994- )



created and produced by Gerry Anderson

UK sci-fi series 1994-95 24 episodes x 60 min color

Ted Shackelford as Lt. Patrick Brogan
Rob Youngblood as Off. Jack Haldane
Simone Bendix as Off. Jane Castle
Mary Woodvine as Off. Took
Nancy Paul as Sally Brogan
Nic Klein as Matt Brogan (age14)
Megan Olive as Liz Brogan (age10)
Richard James as Off. Orrin
David Quilter as Off. Fredo
Jerome Willis as Capt. Podly
Gary Martin as Slomo (voice)
Lou Hirsch as Off. Romek



Trilogy Entertainment Group
Atlantis Films Limited [ca]
Showtime Networks Inc. [us]
MGM-UA Domestic Television Distribution [us]
Executive Producers Pen Denshaw, Richard B. Lewis, John Watson
Canadian sci-fi anthology series 1995-1999 ? episodes x 60 min color
location filming - British Columbia, Canada
"There is nothing wrong with your Television. Do not attempt to
adjust the picture. We are now controlling transmission. We control
the Horizontal and the Vertical. We can deluge you with a 1000 channels
or expand one single image to crystal clarity and beyond. We can shape
your vision to anything our imagination can conceive. For the next hour
we will control all that you see and hear. You are about to experience
the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to the Outer Limits!
(opening narration form the 1995 revival of 'The Outer Limits')"



SPACE: ABOVE AND BEYOND aka 'Space: 2063'
Fox Television

US sci-fi series 1995-96

directed by Jim Charleston and Stephen Cragg

Morgan Weisser as 1st Lt. Nathan West
Kristen Cloke as Capt. Shane Vansen
Rodney Rowland as 1st Lt. Cooper Hawkes
Joel De La Fuente as 1st Lt. Paul Wang
Lanei Chapman as 1st Lt. Vanessa Damphousse
James Morrison as Lt. Col. Tyrus Cassius "TC" McQueen
Tucker Smallwood as Commodore Glen Van Ross
Doug Hutchison as Elroy EL
Kim McKamy as Feliciti OH
Amanda Douge as Kylen Celina
Alan Dale as Colonial Governor Borman
Darrin Klimek as Carter

A Sci-Fi drama about 5 young marines during an alien war.


US sci-fi series 1995-

Kate Mulgrew as Capt. Kathryn Janeway (1995- )
Robert Beltran as First Officer Chakotay (1995- )
Tim Russ as Security Chief Tuvok (1995- )
Ethan Phillips as Neelix (1995- )
Robert Picardo as Doc (1995- )
Roxann Biggs-Dawson as Chief Engineer B'Elanna Torres (1995- )
Jennifer Lien as Kes (1995- )
Robert Duncan McNeill as Lt. Tom Paris (1995- )
Garrett Wang as Ensign Harry Kim (1995- )

VR.5 aka 'Virtual Reality' and 'Avenging Angel'

US sci-fi series 1995 13 episodes x 60 min color

directed by Rob Bowman and D.J. Caruso

Lori Singer as Sydney Bloom ("Short Cuts")
Michael Easton as Duncan
Will Patton as Dr.Frank Morgan ("Armageddon", "Entrapment")
Anthony Head as Oliver Sampson ("Buffy The Vampire Slayer")
Tracey Needham as Samantha Bloom ("JAG")
David McCallum as Doctor Joseph Bloom ("The Man from UNCLE")
Louise Fletcher as Mrs. Nora Bloom ("Deep Space Nine")
Kaci Williams as Sydney Bloom (child)
Kimberly Cullum as Samantha Bloom (child)


spin-off from "The X Files"




UK Sci-Fi TV Series
UK Gerry Anderson Puppet Series

U.F.O.    Episode Guide
ITC - Incorporated Television Company Ltd (Lew Grade)
Century 21 Pictures Ltd.
ITC World Wide Distribution
created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson (with Reg Hill).
writers include Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson, Tony Barwick, David Tomblin,
Alan Fennell, Donald James, Dennis Spooner, Alan Pattillo, Terence Feely.
directed by Gerry Anderson, David Lane, Ken Turner, Alan Perry, Jeremy
Summers, Cyril Frankel, David Tomblin, Ron Appleton.
produced by Reg Hill.
producers : Gerry Anderson & Reg Hill
format : Gerry & Sylvia Anderson, Reg Hill
Century 21 Fashions : Sylvia Anderson
special sffects : Derek Meddings
script editor : Tony Barwick
UK sci-fi series 1970-1971   26 episodes x 60 min color
Ed Bishop as Cmdr. Ed Straker
George Sewell as Col. Alec Freeman
Michael Billington as Col. Paul Foster
Wanda Ventham as Col. Virginia Lake
Vladek Sheybal as Dr. Doug Jackson
Gabrielle Drake as Lt. Gay Ellis
Antonia Ellis as Joan Harrington
Dolorez Mantez as Nina Barry
Peter Gordeno as Capt. Carlin
Harry Baird as Mark Bradley
Grant Taylor as Gen. James Henderson
Gary Myers as Capt. Waterman

In the year 1980, a secret military organization named SHADO (Supreme
Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation) becomes operational. Its
purpose is to defend the Earth from a race of Aliens who've been
kidnapping humans for body parts.

SHADO's main headquarters is hidden beneath a London film studio. It
also has a base on the moon (Moonbase) and a fleet of submarines
(Skydiver). Incoming UFO's are initially detected by an Earth
orbiting satellite named SID (Space Intruder Detector). An initial
interception attempt is made in space with three Interceptors
launched from Moonbase. A second attempt is made in the Earth's
atmosphere with a fighter plane (Sky One) launched from Skydiver.
Landed UFO's are tracked down with ground Mobiles.

SHADO is run by the extremely dedicated Commander Ed Straker. His
seconds in command are Col. Alec Freeman, Col. Paul Foster, and Col.
Virginia Lake. Moonbase is often commanded by Lt. Gay Ellis.
'U. F. O.' theme music by Barry Gray
special effects by Derek Meddings

Space: 1999   Episode Guide
ITC - Incorporated Television Company Ltd (Lew Grade)
Gerry Anderson Productions/RAI/Group Three/ITC
produced by Sylvia Anderson (season 1)
produced by Fred Frieberger (season 2)
created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson
UK sci-fi series 1975-78 48 episodes x 60 min color
Martin Landau as Commander John Koenig
Barbara Bain as Dr. Helena Russell
Barry Morse as Professor Victor Bergman (season 1)
Catherine Schnell as Maya (season 2)
Nick Tate as Captain Alan Carter
Tony Anholt as First Officer Tony Verdeschi
Zienia Merton as Sandra Benes
Yasuko Nagazumi as Yasko
Prentis Hancock as Paul Morrow
Clifton Jones as David Kano
Anton Phillips as Dr. Mathias
John Hug as Bill Fraser
Jeffrey Krissoon as Dr Ben Vincent
writers include Johnny Byrne, Anthony Terpiloff, Christopher Penfold, David
Weir, Edward de Lorenzo, Donald James, Tony Barwick, Pip and Jane Baker.
directors include Lee H. Katzin, David Tomblin, Ray Austin, Charles Crichton,
Bob Kellett, Val Guest, Tom Clegg.
story consultant Christopher Penfold
moon city costumes by Rudi Gernreich

BBC Sci -Fi series : including Doctor Who

Doctor Who (BBC)(British Sci-Fi Serial) (1963-89) (1996-Present)

Doctor Who #1 (BBC) (1963-66) William Hartnell
 Doctor Who #2 (BBC) (1966-69) Patrick Troughton
Doctor Who #3 (BBC) (1970-74) Jon Pertwee
Doctor Who #4 (BBC) (1974-81) Tom Baker
Doctor Who #5 (BBC) (1982-83) Peter Davidson
Doctor Who #6 (BBC) (1984-86) Colin Baker
Doctor Who #7 (BBC) (1987-89) Sylvester McCoy
Doctor Who #8 (BBC) (1996) Paul McGann
Doctor Who #9 (BBC) (2005) Christopher Eccleston
Doctor Who #10 (BBC) (2007-09) David Tennant   /  spin-off  Torchwood (BBC) (2006-09)

  Doomwatch (BBC) (1970-72) UK Sci-Fi series - starring John Paul, Simon Oates, Robert Powell

Survivors (Original BBC Series) (1975-77) UK SciFi Drama series
- starring Denis Lill, Carolyn Seymour, Ian McCulloch, Lucy Fleming

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