Space: 1999 - Series 2 - Vol. 2 details
|Starring:||Barbara Bain, Martin Landau, Catherine Schell|
|Directors:||bob brooks (iii), Robert Lynn, Bob Brooks, robert lynn (ii), Kevin Connor|
|Studio:||ITV STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Space: 1999 - Series 2 - Vol. 2
|Run time:||3 hours 20 minutes|
|Rental release:||Not currently released|
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Classic 70's sci-fiBy David Williams from North Wales , 14 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This is still a great series to watch even today. The models & effects still look ok even by todays standards. The models were very impressive. So just imagine how good they looded in the mid 70's when the series first aired on tv.
The first ep on the disc was very interesting where they were contacted by Earth of the future. The other eps were also good to watch.
If you have never seen this series before you may be very impressed on just how good sci-fi was back in the 70's.
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So 70s ♥By a customer , 25 Nov 2011And the first episode features superluminal neutrinos. Hooray!
That's all I've got to say, but love film wants me to write a bit more. OK, here it is.
Classic Sci FiBy FarrukhsHoney (471 reviews) from Basildon , 02 Jul 2009Brilliant series as a whole
what could have beenBy a customer from dundee , 07 Feb 2007I found season 2 of this series somewhat weak by comparison to the first season, it had the potential to be so much better. So what's wrong, first they replace half of the main characters without explanation. They change the image of the series costume sets etc. The stories with very few exeptions were very poor and in some cases total s**t, and what was wrong with the main title theme. The only redeaming factor was the exceptional high standard of the special effects. All in all not as good as year 1 but worth a look.
1970s Sci-fiBy a customer from Birmingham, UK , 16 Sep 2006Highly enjoyable when it was first broadcast, but now it creaks a bit - expectations and technology have moved on. I'm surprised at how quickly Maya was accepted into the Moonbase crew!
Space 1999By Martin from Kent , 04 May 2006I remember as a 7 year old having a picture of Maya on my wall :-)
I still think series 2 is better than series 1.
The only thing i didn't understand was that 'The Rules of Luton' pronounced Lu-Tun, why when Maya morphed into a bird and was captured in a metal 'bird cage' she didn't simply morph into something smaller such as a beetle and crawl through the huge gaps in the metal cage. Any answers anyone :-)