Monday, March 10, 2014

The Cult-TV Faces of: Miniatures and Models

Identified by Hugh: The Twilight Zone: "The Invaders."

Identified by Hugh: Star Trek: "Requiem for Methuselah."

Identified by SGB: The Starlost: "Farthing's Comet."

Identified by Hugh: Space:1999: "The Black Sun."

Identified by Hugh: The Six Million Dollar Man: "The Deadly Replay."

Identified by SGB: The Fantastic Journey: "A Dream of Conquest"

Identified by SGB: Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected: "No Way Out."

Identified by Hugh: Battlestar Galactica: "The Hand of God."

Identified by Hugh: V.

Identified by SGB: Picard's ready room, with Stargazer model, Star Trek: The Next Generation

Identified by Hugh: Star Trek: The Next Generation: "Elementary Dear Data."
Identified by Terri Wilson: The X-Files: "Space" (w/Ed Lauter)


Identified by SGB: Star Trek: Enterprise: "Broken Bow"

11 comments:

  1. 1. Twilight Zone
    2. Star Trek
    3. Doctor Who
    4. Space: 1999
    5. Six Million Dollar Man
    8. Battlestar Galactica
    9. V
    11. Star Trek: The Next Generation

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    1. Good morning, Hugh! Well done: All are correct except #3. That one is not Doctor Who, but that was a good inference...

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  2. Hi John,

    The ones left unanswered:

    3 Starlost
    6 Fantastic Journey
    10 Star Trek TNG

    SGB

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    1. Hi SGB!

      Great job, as usual. #3 is The Starlost...very good on an obscure visual. Same with #6...wow! Well done!

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  3. Hi John,

    Another:

    7 Tales Of The Unexpected

    SGB

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    1. Gee whiz SGB, you're rocking and rolling this morning on these obscure identifications. #7 is correct...and brilliantly done!

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  4. #12. Ed Lauter in "The X-Files" - "Space," I think.

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    1. Hi Terri,

      Nicely done! Yep, that's The early X-Files episode "Space," with Ed Lauter. Great identification!!!!!!

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  5. Hi John,

    13 Star Trek Enterprise "Broken Bow" young Archer's model

    John I enjoyed your blog post at Anorak about the Space Shuttle.

    SGB

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    1. You are correct, my friend! Well-done! I want to thank you for commenting on the post at Anorak, and apologizing for not replying in kind. I have fallen behind with work, but am catching up!!!!! (Slowly but surely...)

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    2. I really enjoyed your respect for the legacy of the Space Shuttle. It was a mighty NASA fleet for thirty years. :) A worthy sequel to the Apollo program.

      SGB

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