Today: May 29, 2024

Space: 1999 Ultimate Collection Blu-ray Unboxing

The most expensive series produced for British television at the time, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s Space: 1999 is an iconic and exciting sci-fi adventure series that can now be enjoyed in an ultimate Blu-ray collection boxset. With almost 50 hours to enjoy over 18 discs, this addictively bingeable release from Network offers up the definitive way to enjoy one of the most beloved TV series of the 1970s.

 Boasting flawless high definition restorations from the original film elements alongside original ‘as broadcast’ mono audio tracks (or optional remixed 5.1), get ready to take a journey to the stars with John Koenig (Martin Landau), Helena Russell (Barbara Bain), Alan Carter (Nick Tate) and the rest of Moonbase Alpha! 

We took a closer look at the packaging for this beautiful new release.


SYNOPSIS

A nuclear waste dump on the Moon unexpectedly detonates, blasting it out of orbit and taking the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha on a fantastic voyage of discovery to the stars, fraught with danger at every turn!

Gerry Anderson’s massively popular sci-fi series is presented here as stunning High Definition restorations from original film elements, giving an exceptional level of picture quality – Space: 1999 has never looked better!

This 18-disc set contains:

  • Original ‘as broadcast’ mono track and remixed 5.1 tracks
  • All four TV movies
  • Gerry Anderson commentary on Breakaway and Dragon’s Domain
  • These Episodes featurettes – selected individual episode analysis
  • Sylvia Anderson interview
  • Clapperboard two-part special from 1975 on the work of Gerry Anderson
  • Image galleries of rare and previously unseen stills
  • Titles, trailer promos and other film elements
  • Martin Landau: in-depth interview from 1994
  • Production Audio original source recordings
  • Archive interviews with cast and crew
  • And much more!
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