Science fiction theatre : the complete series
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8 videodiscs (approximately 2,038 min.) : sound, black & white and color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Eugene, OR : Timeless Media Group, 
- Copyright: ©2015
Contents / Notes
|General Note:||Originally broadcast 1955-1957.
Full screen (4x3, original broadcast ratio).
Title from disc surfaces.
Disc 1: Beyond ; Time is just a place ; No food for thought ; Out of nowhere ; Y.O.R.D. ; Strangers in the desert ; The lost heartbeat ; Sound of murder ; The brain of John Emerson ; Spider, Inc. -- Disc 2: Death at 2 a.m. ; Conversation with an ape ; Marked "danger" ; Hour of nightmare ; The strange Dr. Lopez ; 100 years young (aka Elixir of life) ; The frozen sound ; The stones began to move ; The world below ; Barrier of silence -- Disc 3: The negative man ; Dead reckoning ; A visit from Dr. Pliny ; Dead storage ; The strange people at Pecos ; The human equation ; Target hurricane ; The water maker ; The unexplored ; The Hasting secret -- Disc 4: Postcard from Barcelona ; Friend of a raven ; Beyond return ; Before the beginning ; The long day ; Project 44 ; Are we invaded? ; Operation Flypaper ; The other side of the moon -- Disc 5: Signals from the heart ; The long sleep ; Who is this man? ; The green bomb ; When a camera fails ; Bullet proof ; The flicker ; The unguided missile ; End of tomorrow ; The mind machine -- Disc 6: The missing waveband ; The human experiment ; Man who didn't know ; The phantom car ; Beam of fire ; The legend of Crater Mountain ; Living lights ; Jupitron ; The throwback ; Miracle of Dr. Dove -- Disc 7: One thousand eyes ; Brains Unlimited ; Death at my fingertips ; Sound that kills ; Survival in Box Canyon ; The voice ; Three minute mile ; The last barrier ; Signals from the moon ; Doctor Robot -- Disc 8: The human circuit ; Sun gold ; Facsimile ; The miracle hour ; Killer tree ; Gravity zero ; The magic suitcase ; Bolt of lightning ; The strange lodger.
|Participant or Performer:||DeForest Kelley, Hugh Beaumont, Barbara Hale, Gene Barry, Macdonald Carey, Edmund Gwenn, Beverly Garland, Basil Rathbone, June Lockhart, Vincent Price.
Hosted by Truman Bradley.
|Summary, etc.:||Blending the discoveries of factual science with the limitless frontiers of fantasy, Science Fiction Theatre offered Atomic Age television viewers an intriguing look at the possibilities science could provide us in the near future as well as the immediate present. Airing from 1955 to 1957 and hosted by Truman Bradley, Science Fiction Theatre's seventy-eight episodes presented its intelligent and fantastic stories in an anthology format.|
DVD, Dolby digital mono, region 1.
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