* EPISODE 6 — sci-fi pulp continues…Invasion of the Body Snatcher (1956)…Welles of Wells (1938)

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1951 10 cents

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THE MOST SENSATIONAL TRUE STORY EVER TOLD 1947

THE MOST SENSATIONAL TRUE STORY EVER TOLD
1947

Cover:   Ron Miller June 1950 Story:  Katherine MacLean --music by computers-- 25 cents

Cover: Ron Miller
June 1950
Story: Katherine MacLean
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7 minute clip from DEEP SPACE NINE

A very moving scene from a late 20th century tv series. Season 6, “Far Beyond the Stars”

AVERY BROOKS aka, Captain Benjamin Sisko/(just) Benny

AVERY BROOKS
aka, Captain Benjamin
Sisko/(just) Benny

PLOT: Captain Benjamin Sisko and much of the crew of the space station loose their24th century visuals and become the crew of a 1950’s sci-fi pulp factory. Lovable 24th century changling, Odo looses his face-putty to become the hard-nosed manager many of us have come to scorn with deep passion. Sisko becomes Benny, the one “colored” writer on the staff. Benny starts the scene after recovering from severe beating by the city’s police. –Thanking Andronicus 1001–TO EXPERIENCE, CLICK STATEMENT

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As the script writer, Ray Bradbury said:

“I wanted to treat the invaders as beings who were not dangerous, and that was very unusual.”

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New York Times review of It Came From Outer Space

It Came From Outer Space

It Came From Outer Space

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SCI-FI RADIO

Mercury Theater on the Air

Mercury’s version of War of the Worlds

Dimension-X

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Thanking the LIMEYS for preserving some of our radio shows!

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–Halloween Night–, 1938, 57 minutes

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Thanks to David Webb!

H. G. Wells

H. G. Wells



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