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The Lost Episodes! 

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 1 and 2 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 7 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1 includes THREE VERY EARLY KIT CORRY 15 MINUTE EPISODES. (Kit was Buzz's older brother and the show's original lead, played by Glen Denning who flubbed his lines so often he had to be called away on a secret mission from which he never returned.)  These episodes are VERY RARE.  Also on this DVD, two Buzz Corry adventures.  JUNGLE JEOPARY (May 31, 1952, # 75) finds Robby on Venus where,  having encountered alien invaders, he has to be rescued my Buzz (an absolutely excellent show) and The THREAT OF THE THORMANOIDS (May 24, 1952, # 74), an alien invasion episode with Buzz fighting alien invaders who can walk through the walls of Terra City.  Buzz and Happy nearly buy it when they are forced into a tunnel with the Terra Jet Express barreling down on them Lee Van Cleef stars. Space Patrol historians take note: Agent X, appearing in the Kit Corry segments, is played by Norman Jolley who would later become the show's writer.  With original commercials.   

Disk 2 includes THE SCHEMING SIBLING (also known as Escape from Terra, Jun. 7, 1952, # 76) which has the brother (Bela Kovacs in a non Baccarratti role) of a girl who works at Space Patrol headquarters  robbing space transit information, then holding his sister and Happy hostage. DANGER ON MARS (Jun. 14, 1952, # 77) is about Martian sand prospectors stranded in a cave from which Buzz, Hap and Tonga have to rescue them. THE SACRIFICE (Dec. 8, 1951, # 50) has the Terra V hit by meteor debris.   This forces Happy to abandon ship while Buzz, staying behind, blows the atomic reactor to signal Carol and Tonga on who are looking for them (excellent effects).   With original commercials.  THESE DVDs WERE RECORDED AT NORMAL SPEED to avoid the kind of degradation in quality associated with EP and LP mode videos. These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- OUT OF STOCK!

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SPACE PATROL VALUE PACK VOL. 2

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 3 and 4 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 7 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1 includes three episodes of Buzz and crew. MISSION TO MERCURY (Jun. 21, 1952, # 78) has high government officials from Mercury suspected of taking bribes.  Happy takes papers to Mercury which will supposedly name the officials but the papers have been switched with a bomb.  (The Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring figures prominently in this story). PRISON OF DEADLY GAS (December 1, 1951, #49) has Buzz, Happy, Major Robertson and Tonga in danger at a Endurium mill on Io when quakes let loose a deadly gas. (Look for Norman Jolley's name on the bulletin board that shows the take-off schedule for ships.) ABANDONED IN OUTER SPACE (Mar. 22, 1952, # 65) has Carol and Tonga kidnapped from a research laboratory on Mars by two ruthless thugs who want to steal Carol's invaluable formula for synthetic radurium.   Put in space suits, they are ejected into space where they must be rescued by Buzz and Happy before their air runs out.   (Nice effects including rear screen projection). With original commercials including premium plugs for the Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring and the Space Patrol Code Belt. 

Disk 2 includes four episodes of Buzz and crew.  HIT BY A METEORITE (Feb. 9, 1952, # 59), in which Buzz, Happy, Carol and Tonga struggle to save the Terra IV after it is hit by a meteorite.  The opening special effects shot kicks butt as does the space suited Happy flying in space sequence.  There's also an inside joke in this episode: Trachinger's Comet causes the meteors to swarm.  Bob Trachinger was a technition on the show.  BACCARRATTI'S Z RAY  (Apr. 10, 1954, # 172) reveals that Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) has a twin brother hiding on 20th Century Earth. MAROONED IN THE PAST  (Apr. 17, 1954, # 173) continues the story with Baccarratti's brother getting the upper hand with Buzz and Happy, stranding them in 20th Century America.  EVIL SPIRITS OF THE GREAT THUNDERBIRD (Apr. 24, 1954, # 174) is the third continuous episode in this series, with Buzz and Happy pursuing Baccarratti's twin brother to an 18th Century America inhabited by Indians.  With original commercials including an ad for the Cosmic Smoke Gun and the Cosmic Rocket Launcher. THESE DVDs WERE RECORDED AT NORMAL SPEED to avoid the kind of degradation in quality associated with EP and LP mode videos. These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $20.95

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SPACE PATROL VALUE PACK VOL. 3

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Contains 2 brand new, factory direct DVDs featuring the 1950s TV show Space Patrol starring Ed Kemmer as Commander Buzz Corry. The DVDs are volume 5 and 6 of SPACE PATROL -- The Lost Episodes.   BONUS: The inside and outside cover art for the case features 4 full color Space Patrol 3-D pix of Terra City.   Glasses included.  

Disk 1 includes four complete episodes: One 15 MINUTE KIT CORRY EPISODE (Kit was the show's original star), plus three half house shows: THE SECRET OF ETERNAL YOUTH, TITAN FRAUD and PLANETOID 36. The Kit Corry episode features a unique moment in Space Patrol history as Kit hands over the reigns of power (and the show) to Buzz via Space-O-Phone. With original commercials.   

Disk 2 includes four complete half hour episodes: MYSTERY OF PLANET X, TRAP ON PLANET X (both shows featuring Bela Kovacs as the evil Prince Baccarratti), SPACE VAULT ROBBERY and SPACE PIRATE'S ESCAPE. (Some cool effects in Space Pirates Escape, given the show's budget and the fact that it was done live.)  With original commercials. 

 THESE DVDs WERE RECORDED AT NORMAL SPEED to avoid the kind of degradation in quality associated with EP and LP mode videos. These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $20.95


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SPACE PATROL SUPER PACK Vol. 1.  You get 5 DVDs of the 1950s TV show Space Patrol, all contained in a single specially designed factory sealed plastic case (see pic). Contained on Disk 1: Jungle Jeopardy, Threat of the Thormanoids plus three 15 minute Kit Corry adventures. (Kit Corry, played by Glenn Denning, was the show's original lead.) Disk 2: Scheming Sibling, Danger on Mars, The Sacrifice. Disk 3: Mission to Mercury, Prison of Deadly Gas, Abandoned in Outer Space. Disk 4: Hit by a Meteorite, Baccarratti's Z Ray, Marooned in the Past, Evil Spirits of the Great Thunderbird. Disk 5: Secret of Eternal Youth, Titan Fraud, Planetoid 36 plus one 15 minute Kit Corry adventure. That's 19 shows, most of them with their original commercials!  -- OUT OF STOCK!

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SPACE PATROL SUPER PACK Vol. 2.  You get 5 DVDs -- volumes 6 -10 of the Space Patrol Lost Episode DVDs --  all contained in a single specially designed factory sealed plastic case.  Space Patrol The Lost Episodes Vol. 6:  The Mystery of Planet X (Aug. 28, 1953, # 140) finds Prince Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) in control of a planet from which he is launching giant solar mirrors designed to burn up the Earth and Terra.  The Trap on Planet X (Sept. 5, 1953, # 141) continues the saga as Buzz goes to Planet X to confront Baccarratti. The Space Vault Robbery (Jan. 9, 1954, # 159) has Captain Dagger, the space pirate, using his new phobia ray to commit robberies (winner of Ralston Rocket named at the end of this episode); The Space Pirate's Escape (Jan. 16, 1954, # 160) continues the adventure as Dagger escapes by using his phobia ray on Happy.   (Nice effects.)    Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 7:   Space Patrol Code Belt, Mysterious Ocean in Space, Wild Men of Procyn and The Atomic Vault.  Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 8:  Glacial Terror, Big Wheel named Ferris, The Martian Totem Head and Killer Ray Guns.  Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 9:  The Exploding Stars (Nov. 13, 1954, # 195) puts Buzz in harms way when stars begin to explode in a direction heading straight toward our solar system and sun. Terra The Doomed Planet (Nov. 27, 1954, # 197) continues the story from The Exploding Stars (with a one connecting episode missing) as Ahyo, a super alien uses his force ray to slow down Terra's rotation.  (Episode features the rocket flashlight.) Revenge of the Black Falcon (Dec. 4, 1954, # 198) has Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) taking Buzz and Hap' back in time to the era of the pilgrims. Baccarratti and Black Magic (also known as The Defeat of Baccarratti, Dec. 18, 1954, # 200) continues the story (with a missing intervening episode) as Buzz tries to convince some pilgrims he is not a sorcerer.  Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 10:   The Monsoon Trap on Cydonia (Jan. 30, 1954, # 162) involves amazon women in the Cydonia section of Venus and the theft of microfilm with a formula that will turn Venusian gas plants into food. (There was at least one previous episode.) The Men Slaves of Cydonia (Feb. 6, 1954, # 163) continues the story line with Buzz, Happy and the evil Johnson turned into slaves by the amazons. The Androids of Agol (Jan. 22, 1955, # 205) has Buzz and Happy captured by androids who create two Buzz Corry's!  (He must have been running back and forth behind the cameras like crazy to hit his marks.)  Android Invasion (Feb. 5, 1955, # 207) has the Secretary General, Robby and a number of other Space Patrollers replaced by androids who are almost indistinguishable from their original counterparts. These episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some  fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes.  In particular, The Monsoon Trap On Cydonia seems to be missing the last three minutes of the story; it goes to the final commercial with Buzz tied to a tree and a crossbow ready to fire. Most episodes have their original commercials.  All disks come with a full menu -- OUT OF STOCK!  

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 1.  This DVD includes three very early Kit Corry episodes (Buzz's older brother and the show's original lead, played by Glen Denning who flubbed his lines so often he had to be called away on a secret mission from which he never returned), plus two Buzz Corry adventures.  Jungle Jeopardy (May 31, 1952, # 75) finds Robby on Venus where,  having encountered alien invaders, he has to be rescued my Buzz (an absolutely excellent show) and The Threat of the Thormanoids (May 24, 1952, # 74), an alien invasion episode with Buzz fighting alien invaders who can walk through the walls of Terra City.  Buzz and Happy nearly buy it when they are forced into a tunnel with the Terra Jet Express barreling down on them Lee Van Cleef stars. Space Patrol historians take note: Agent X, appearing in the Kit Corry segments, is played by Norman Jolley who would later become the show's writer.  With original commercials.   These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95 

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; May 31, 1981; May 24, 1981

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 2.   These are copies of out of copyright kinescopes never released to the public.   This DVD includes three episodes with Buzz and crew.  The Scheming Sibling (also known as Escape from Terra, Jun. 7, 1952, # 76) has the brother of a girl who works at Space Patrol headquarters (Bela Kovacs in a non Baccarratti role) robbing space transit information, then holding his sister and Happy hostage. Danger on Mars, (Jun. 14, 1952, # 77) is about Martian sand prospectors stranded in a cave from which Buzz, Hap and Tonga have to rescue them. The Sacrifice (Dec. 8, 1951, # 50) has the Terra V hit by meteor debris.   This forces Happy to abandon ship while Buzz, staying behind, blows the atomic reactor to signal Carol and Tonga on who are looking for them (excellent effects).   With original commercialsThese episodes are overall good and sharp  but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95 

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Jun. 7, 1981; Jun 14 1981; Dec 8 1980

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 3. These are copies of out of copyright kinescopes never released to the public.  This DVD includes three episodes of Buzz and crew. Mission to Mercury (Jun. 21, 1952, # 78) has high government officials from Mercury suspected of taking bribes.  Happy takes papers to Mercury which will supposedly name the officials but the papers have been switched with a bomb.  (The Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring figures prominently in this story). Prison of Deadly Gas (December 1, 1951, #49) has Buzz, Happy, Major Robertson and Tonga in danger at a Endurium mill on Io when quakes let loose a deadly gas. (Look for Norman Jolley's name on the bulletin board that shows the take-off schedule for ships.) Abandoned in Outer Space (Mar. 22, 1952, # 65) has Carol and Tonga kidnapped from a research laboratory on Mars by two ruthless thugs who want to steal Carol's invaluable formula for synthetic radurium.   Put in space suits, they are ejected into space where they must be rescued by Buzz and Happy before their air runs out.   (Nice effects including rear screen projection). With original commercials including premium plugs for the Cosmic Glow Rocket Ring and the Space Patrol Code Belt.  These episodes are overall good and sharp  but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes  -- $12.95 

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Jun 21, 1981; Dec. 1, 1980; Mar. 22, 1981

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 4.   These are copies of out of copyright kinescopes not available to the public at large.  This DVD includes four episodes of Buzz and crew.  Hit by a Meteorite (Feb. 9, 1952, # 59), in which Buzz, Happy, Carol and Tonga struggle to save the Terra IV after it is hit by a meteorite.  The opening special effects shot kicks butt as does the space suited Happy flying in space sequence.  There's also an inside joke in this episode: Trachinger's Comet causes the meteors to swarm.  Bob Trachinger was a technition on the show.  Baccarratti's Z Ray (Apr. 10, 1954, # 172) reveals that Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) has a twin brother hiding on 20th Century Earth. Marooned in the Past (Apr. 17, 1954, # 173) continues the story with Baccarratti's brother getting the upper hand with Buzz and Happy, stranding them in 20th Century America.  Evil Spirits of the Great Thunderbird (Apr. 24, 1954, # 174) is the third continuous episode in this series, with Buzz and Happy pursuing Baccarratti's twin brother to an 18th Century America inhabited by Indians.  With original commercials including an ad for the Cosmic Smoke Gun and the Cosmic Rocket Launcher.  These episodes are overall good and sharp but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Feb.9 ,1981; Apr. 10, 1983; Apr. 17 1983; Apr. 24 1983

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 5.    In the first episode, Kit Corry (Buzz's older brother) flubs his lines again as Buzz is introduced to the show -- by space-o-phone.  (A unique moment in Space Patrol history as one actor transfers the reins to another.)  The Secret of Eternal Youth (also known as The Energy Thief, Sept. 13, 1952, # 90) features Buzz, Happy, Robby and Tonga as captives of a mad scientist who turns all but Buzz into ghosts. (Nice medium shot of Buzz, Happy and Robbie in the Terra V.)   Titan Fraud (Jun. 6, 1953, # 128) has the people who are running a small way station on Titan defrauded by a relative -- with the help of a Space Patrol appraisal engineer (played by Marvin Miller, later to achieve fame as the lead character on The Millionaire TV series). Jim Todd is played by I. Stanford Jolley, no relation to Norman Jolley.  I Stanford Jolley also appears in The Hidden Treasure of Mars, Volume 19.  Planetoid 36 is about a minor whose strike is about to be stolen, also by relatives.  With original commercials including an ad for the Magic Space Pictures premium and the appearance of a cool Space Patrol kids car, apparently not a premium plug.  These episodes are overall good and sharp but may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95 

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Sept. 13, 1981; Jun. 6, 1982; Feb. 16, 1981

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 6.    The Mystery of Planet X (Aug. 28, 1953, # 140) finds Prince Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) in control of a planet from which he is launching giant solar mirrors designed to burn up the Earth and Terra.  The Trap on Planet X (Sept. 5, 1953, # 141) continues the saga as Buzz goes to Planet X to confront Baccarratti. The Space Vault Robbery (Jan. 9, 1954, # 159) has Captain Dagger, the space pirate, using his new phobia ray to commit robberies (the winner of Ralston Rocket is named at the end of this episode); The Space Pirate's Escape (Jan. 16, 1954, # 160) continues the adventure as Dagger escapes by using his phobia ray on Happy.   (Nice effects.)  With original commercials including ads for the Cosmic Smoke Gun premium and the Mono View Space helmet.  These episodes are of good, sharp quality but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes. -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Aug. 28, 1982; Sept. 5, 1982; Jan. 9, 1983; Jan. 16, 1983

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Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 7.  Contained on this volume are 4 half hour episodes from this 1950s TV show: Space Patrol Code Belt (Oct. 21, 1952), Mysterious Ocean in Space (Jul. 11, 1953), Wild Men of Procyn (Feb. 12, 1954) and The Atomic Vault (Feb. 26, 1954) . Original commercials! Full menu. TO MAINTAIN THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF QUALITY THIS DVD ONLY CONTAINS FOUR HALF HOUR EPISODES -- more than that would result in the kind of degredation in quality associated with EP and SLP mode VHS videos -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Oct. 21, 1981; Jul. 11, 1982; Feb. 12, 1983; Feb. 26, 1983

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Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 8.  Contained on this volume are 4 half hour episodes of this 1950s TV show: Glacial Terror (Aug. 25, 1951), Big Wheel named Ferris (Jun. 4, 1954), The Martian Totem Head (May 9, 1955) and Killer Ray Guns (Feb. 26, 1954). Original commercials! Full menu. TO MAINTAIN THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF QUALITY THIS DVD CONTAINS ONLY FOUR HALF HOUR EPISODES -- more than that would result in the kind of degradation in quality associated with EP and SLP mode VHS videos -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Aug. 25, 1980; Jun. 4, 1983; May 9, 1984; Feb. 26, 1983

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 9.  On this volume:  The Exploding Stars (Nov. 13, 1954, # 195) puts Buzz in harms way when stars begin to explode in a direction heading straight toward our solar system and sun. Terra The Doomed Planet (Nov. 27, 1954, # 197) continues the story from The Exploding Stars (with a one connecting episode missing) as Ahyo, a super alien uses his force ray to slow down Terra's rotation.  (Episode features the rocket flashlight.) Revenge of the Black Falcon (Dec. 4, 1954, # 198) has Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs) taking Buzz and Hap' back in time to the era of the pilgrims. Baccarratti and Black Magic (also known as The Defeat of Baccarratti, Dec. 18, 1954, # 200) continues the story (with a missing intervening episode) as Buzz tries to convince some pilgrims he is not a sorcerer.  With Commercials including plug for Rocket Cockpit premium and the Cathy Allen recipe set for girls (sold in stores).    These episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Nov. 13, 1983; Nov. 27, 1983; Dec. 4, 1983; Dec. 18, 1983

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 10.  On this volume:   The Monsoon Trap on Cydonia (Jan. 30, 1954, # 162) involves amazon women in the Cydonia section of Venus and the theft of microfilm with a formula that will turn Venusian gas plants into food. (There was at least one previous episode.) The Men Slaves of Cydonia (Feb. 6, 1954, # 163) continues the story line with Buzz, Happy and the evil Johnson turned into slaves by the amazons. The Androids of Agol (Jan. 22, 1955, # 205) has Buzz and Happy captured by androids who create two Buzz Corry's!  (He must have been running back and forth behind the cameras like crazy to hit his marks.)  Android Invasion (Feb. 5, 1955, # 207) has the Secretary General, Robby and a number of other Space Patrollers replaced by androids who are almost indistinguishable from their original counterparts.  With commercialsThese episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some   fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes.  In particular, The Monsoon Trap On Cydonia seems to be missing the last three minutes of the story; it goes to the final commercial with Buzz tied to a tree and a crossbow ready to fire.  This ending is not picked up in the next episode -- $12.95 

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Jan. 30, 1983; Feb. 6 , 1983; Jan. 22, 1984; Feb. 5, 1984

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 11.  On this volume:   Space Patrol Periscope (Sept. 11, 1954, # 186) has Buzz and Happy trapped by Monza, a superior and invisible alien who uses a "pain whip" to keep his subjects in line.  The Defeat of Monza (Sept. 25, 1954, # 188) continues the story (with a one episode lapse) as Buzz allies himself with another, friendly (and human looking) group of aliens to overcome his tormentor. Theft of the Rocket Cockpit (Oct. 23, 1954, # 192) has happy and Buzz transported back to the 1950s by criminal elements, landing smack in the middle of the Nevada A- bomb test site just as a bomb is about to be tested. Danger Radiation (Nov. 6, 1954, # 194) continues the story (with a one episode laps), as the evil Garth Stanger and his henchman (contaminated by a bomb blast in the previous, missing, episode) look for a cure for their radiation sickness in the 1950s.  With Commercials including ads for the Space Patrol PeriscopeThese episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Sept. 11, 1983; Sept. 25, 1983; Oct. 23, 1983; Nov. 6, 1953

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Space Patrol -- The Lost Episodes, Vol. 12.  On this volume:   The Giants of Pluto # 3 (Oct. 2, 1954, # 189) has an evil scientist converting normal humans (including Robby) into super strong giants (well, they look a little taller, kinda); The Fiery Pits of Pluto # 3 (Oct. 9, 1954, # 190) continues the saga with Buzz and Happy pursuing the escaped scientist who traps them at a volcanic pit. Manhunt on Pluto # 3 (Oct. 16, 1954, # 191) concludes the story arc with Buzz and Happy being pursued by  the scientist's one remaining giant.  With commercials including plugs for the Space Patrol Periscope premiumThese episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Oct. 2, 1983; Oct. 9, 1983; Oct. 16, 1983

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Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 13.   THE FALL OF THE KINGDOM OF ZARA (Apr 30, 1954, #175) picks up the story of Baccarratti's twin brother Zara (see volume 4) who, upon discovering that Baccarratti is still alive, kidnaps him and Happy from the hospital where he is recovering.  (Nice work with stand-in actors making it appear that Baccarratti and Zara are on camera at the same time.)  PRISONERS OF THE GIANT COMET  (May 7, 1954, #176) finds Buzz, Happy and Robby having to rescue Carol when her spaceship gets trapped in the gravity pull of a giant comet. THE DEMON PLANET (May 14, 1954, #177) continues the story with the now disabled Terra V, having been dragged halfway across the universe by the comet, forced to land on a strange, uncharted planet where the rocks and even the planet itself is alive. (Nice effects with the planet engulfing the Terra V.) LOST IN GALACTIC SPACE (May 21, 1954, 178), is the concluding  episode in this story line with Buzz, Carol, Happy and Robby, having fled the demon planet, trying to find their way back to our solar system with the ship's air purifier out and a space warp making the ship appear as if it has split in two (nicely done).  The first episode has its original commercials including a plug for the Cosmic Rocket Launcher but the last three have no commercials.  These episodes are overall good considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but there is some sound and image drop out and they may contain some other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes. -- $12.95

These episodes went public domain on the following dates; Apr. 30, 1983; May 7, 1983; May 14, 1983; May 21, 1983

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Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 14.  These are copies of out of copyright kinescopes not available to the public at large.  The Underwater Spaceship Graveyard (June 18, 1954, #182) has Buzz and Happy attempting to rescue Carol and Robby who have been lured to the depths of the Venusian Ocean (which is apparently teeming with guppies) by Agent X, played by Norman Jolley, the shows writer. The Primitive Men of Planet X (Sept. 12, 1953, #142), picks up the Planet X series from The Trap On Planet X (see volume 6) with Buzz and Happy captured by primitives on the planet as they pursue Prince Baccarratti (Bela Kovacs).  The Hate Machine of Planet X (Sept. 19 1953, #143) continues the adventure with Baccarratti turning a hate machine on Terra (as well as Buzz and Happy) to create bitterness and dissension.   (He could have just had them work in the entertainment business.)  Special Bonus: a 1952 March of Dimes pitch by Buzz and Carol shown in theatres that year.  With commercials including plugs for the Martian Totem Head and the Ralston Rocket.  The first two of these episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes. The third episode, The Hate Machine of Planet X, is somewhat washed out -- $12.95

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Space Patrol, The Lost Episodes, Vol. 15.  These are copies of out of copyright kinescopes not available to the public at large. On this volume:   The Black Falcon of Planet X (#144), Destruction From Planet X (#145), The Ice Demon of Planet X (146), Slaves of Planet X (147).  These episodes are overall good and sharp considering that they are 50 year old kinescopes but they may contain some fading and other minor defects due to the kinescopic process and other reproduction processes. -- $12.95

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SPACE PATROL
A Review With Commentary of the Episodes from Swapsale

by Clyde "Space Patroller Laser" Lyman: 26 December, 2003


Between January and November of 2003, I viewed the 32 available VHS "Lost episodes" and two of the Gold Editions tapes from Swapsale.  This is my review. It is rather long as I am dealing with over 100 episodes and wish to be concise, thorough, fair and honest, to give as accurate an image of something (about a half-century old) as I can. It is more over-arching than specific as I have not the time, will, nor space to write, nor do you have the time to read, an episode by episode account of over 100 stories. You just need to know what you're buying-- and buying into. For that, you need to know about the time period, production values and what it was about. From those you can tell what to expect. Whether it will be to your liking is up to you.

You can read these pages one of two ways; by reading them one at a time and returning to this page when you are finished, or page-by-page.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PRODUCTION VALUES
CONTEN
T AND PRESENTATION
SUMMARY and EPILOGUE

 

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