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This television Sci-Fi adventure (forty-eight programs all together) was on television from 1973 to 1975 and  projected to take place in the distant future (1999, now the distant past) takes place on a rogue moon set adrift in space by a thermonuclear explosion, I have to admit I did enjoy watching this series when it ran in syndication.

This television Sci-Fi adventure (forty-eight programs all together) was on television from 1973 to 1975 and projected to take place in the distant future now the distant past) takes place on a rogue moon set adrift in space by a thermonuclear explosion.

Unofficial Ex Machina poster by Brian Taylor #ExMachina #Ex_machina

Ex Machina (2014)

Moon is a slow, cerebral sci-fi movie...just the kind that I love. I enjoy movies about people alone in space who are going slightly crazy!

Beautiful new NASA photo captures the diversity of Saturn's many moons

Moon - My favorite movie (Directed by Duncan Jones, With Sam Rockwell, and Kevin Spacey)

Invaders From Mars (1953) USA 20th Century Fox Sci-fi D/Prod. Des: William Cameron Menzies. Helena Carter, Arthur Franz, Leif Erickson. (5/10) 28/2/16

Science Fiction 1950-1959 - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 11

Invaders from Mars Directed by William Cameron Menzies. Starring Helena Carter, Arthur Franz, Jimmy Hunt, Leif Erickson, Hillary Brooke and Morris Ankrum. Music by Raoul Kraushaar.

From top to bottom: Harrison Ford as Deckard, the blade runner; Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty; Sean Young as beautiful Rachael; Daryll Hannah as Pris; Sean Young again; James Esward Olmos as Gaff; and Brian James as Leon. Blade Runner 1982 Joanna Cassidy, Zora, is missing here.

Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner Harrison Ford as Deckard, the blade runner; Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty; Sean Young as beautiful Rachael; Daryll Hannah as Pris; Sean Young again; James Esward Olmos as Gaff; and Brian James as Leon

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