Monday, December 12, 2011

The Cult TV Faces of: Statues


Identified by David Colohan: The Twilight zone: "The Little People."


Identified by Hugh: Lost in Space: "All That Glitters."


Identified by Dr. Howard Margolin: The Starlost: "The Goddess Calabra."
 
Identified by jdigriz: Kolchak: The Night Stalker: "The Youth Killer."



Identified by Will: Star Trek TAS: "The Lorelei Signal."
 

Identified by Hugh: Land of the Lost: "Medusa."


Identified by David Colohan: Space:1999: "The Taybor."


Identified by Hugh: Dr. Who: "The Keeper of Traken."


Identified by David Colohan: Twin Peaks.


Identified by Jake Lockley: The X-Files: "Grotesque."


Identified by Chris G: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Becoming" (Part 2).


Identified by Woodchuckgod: Farscape: "Look at the Princess."


Identified by David Colohon: Firefly: "Jaynestown."


Identified by Hugh: Lost.


18 comments:

  1. 2 Lost In Space
    6 Land of the Lost
    8 Doctor Who
    14 Lost

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  2. The statue in #4 was Cathy Lee Crosby from "The Youth Killer" ep of Kolchak: The Night Stalker. With Kolchak himself behind her.

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  3. David Colohan6:36 AM

    Hey there,
    2. Lost In Space: All That Glitters
    3. The Tomorrow People?
    4. Kolchak The Night Stalker: The Youth Killer
    7. Space 1999?
    8. Doctor Who: The Keeper Of Traken
    9. Twin Peaks
    Best wishes,
    David Colohan

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  4. Hi everyone,

    You're off to a great start this morning with these identifications.

    Hugh: all four of your identifications are correct! Excellent job, sir!

    jdigriz: Yes, you got a relatively obscure one, there, and I tried hard to capture the exact moment where you could LEAST see McGavin. Great job!

    David: More excellent identifications, sir! You correctly id'd the Maya Statue from "The Taybor" and also recognized Twin Peaks too! Excellent. Number 3 is not The Tomorrow People, but that's a great surmise!

    I belive seven are still are on the board...

    best to all!
    John

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  5. David Colohan9:13 AM

    Hello again,
    Having a guess that 1. is The Twilight Zone's 'The Little People'?

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  6. David Colohan9:15 AM

    Another one I spotted...
    13. Firefly: 'Jaynestown'.

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  7. 13. Jayne Cobb - Firefly

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  8. 1 Twilight Zone, the episode where astronauts find a race of little people and one of astronauts enslaves the them

    5. Star Trek The Animated Series

    11. Norliss Files with Roy Thinnes

    13. Firefly, Jayne hero of Canton

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  9. woodchuckgod - who-secretly-wants-to-thwap-openid-errors12:09 PM

    #12 would be John Crichton from Farscape, season 2's "Look at the Princess" story.

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  10. Hi everyone,

    Great job on all these ids! The list is narrowing down...

    best,
    John

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  11. 3. Star Trek: "The Man Trap"

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  12. Jake Lockley9:19 PM

    10 is from The X-Files.

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  13. more great guesses!

    Howard: # 3 is not from the Man Trap, but that's a terrific surmise.

    And Jake, yes, number 10 is from The X-Files. Great job!

    best,
    John

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  14. John, is 3 from "Star Trek: Who Mourns for Adonais?"

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  15. Hi Howard,

    That's a terrific guess, but no, number #3 is not from any episode of Star Trek. However, it is from a series with the word "star" in the title, if that clue helps...

    best,
    John

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  16. Chris G3:05 PM

    #11 is from Buffy the Vampire Slayer -- the statue of Akathla that Angelus was using in a ritual to unleash hell, I believe.

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  17. John, based on the temporal proximity of 3 (between Lost in Space and Kolchak), I'm guessing it's an image from "The Starlost."

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  18. Chris G: Excellent! That's right. The image is from Buffy the Vampire Slayer:"Becoming Part II." Great job!

    Howard: Yep, you got it. That image is from The Starlost: "The Goddess Calabra!"

    best,
    John

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