Links to Internet Movie Database
||Louisa||Bringers of Wonder:|
||Eddie Collins||Matter of Balance||born 1952.
The Omen (1976), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). Moved back to his native Canada in late 1970s where he continued acting.
||Guard||The Last Enemy||Foursome (1972), The Wind and the Lion (1975), The Man in the Brown Suit (1989)|
||Flight Engineer George Osgood||Black Sun||Jason King (1971), The Adventurer (1972), Warship (1973), One of our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975), Jesus of Nazareth (1977), International Velvet (1978), The Bill, Little Britain. Thanks to Shaqui for the ID.
||Main Mission Technician||Matter Of Life and Death, Black Sun||Lust For a Vampire (1971), Empire State (1987)|
|One Moment Of Humanity
Others incl Year 1
|Star Wars (1977). No IMDB.|
||Vegan (purple dress)||One Moment of Humanity||Carry on Matron (1972), Rollerball (1975), The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones (1976), The Benny Hill Show (1985)|
||Kara||Mission of the Darians||born 1933
English actress and sex-symbol who worked in both the UK and US, mostly in films such as The Road To Hong Kong (1962). Her father, and agent, was a partner with Lew Grade. Her career reached new heights with the films The Stud (1978) and The Bitch (1979), followed by a starring role in the US TV series Dynasty (1981-1989). On TV: Mission Impossible (1966), Star Trek (1966), Batman (1967), Roseanne (1993).
||Mark Sanders||Lambda Factor||born 1936 (real name Gerald James)
1960s pop star ("the face of 1960") who moved into acting with Konga (1960) and the Human Jungle (1963). Miss Marple (1985). In the 1970s he moved into musicals, in Godspell, and as the original Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and pantomime.
|George Lane Cooper
||Overseer||The Metamorph||Stuntman. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), The New Avengers (1977) Superman (1978), Octopussy (1983), Brazil (1985), The Princess Bride (1987), Batman (1989), The Fifth Element (1997), The Mummy (1999),|
||Spearman||Full Circle||Born 1944. Stage and TV actor: regular on The Camomile Lawn (1992) and Westbeach (1993). Other TV: The Borgias (1981), Robin Of Sherwood (1986), Space Precinct (1994), Sharpe's Battle (1995), Dalziel and Pascoe (2004), Midsomer Murders (2005). Film: Firefox (1982), Beowulf (1998), Shanghai Knights (2003).|
||First Girl||The Last Enemy||The Onedin Line (1972), Terror (1978), Buccaneer (regular, 1980), Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (1986)|
Luke Ferro (stunts)
The Testament of Arkadia
|Born 1930, died 2009
Crampton was a sound assistant on David Lean's Great Expectations (1946), before national service in the RAF. He took up body building and was ranked in various Mr Britain and Mr Universe contests in the 1950s. He then became a stuntman, working frequently on the Bond movies since Dr No (1962), as well as Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981), Gandhi (1982), Batman (1989). He was particularly fond of India since he made his first film there, Tarzan Goes to India (1962), and even worked on Bollywood movies including Sholay (1975). On TV, he did stunts for The Prisoner (1967), The Avengers (1967), UFO (1969), The Protectors (1974), The Bill (2001).
||Alphan (often a nurse or technician) "L Picard"||Mission of The Darians,
Journey To Where,
Rules Of Luton,
Mark of Archanon,
The AB Chrysalis,
Catacombs Of The Moon,
A Matter Of Balance,
Bringers Of Wonder,
The Immunity Syndrome
|Born 1948. Won Miss Anglia beauty contest in 1969, Sale Of The Century (game show hostess, 1969), Star Wars (1977, cut scene as Han Solo's girlfriend but seen in the Kevin Burns documentary Empire of Dreams, 2004), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Now a school teacher. (No IMDB.)
At the 2008 London Film and Comic Con, she stated near the end of the second series Gerry Anderson offered her a full time part in the show for the third series- but Space 1999 was cancelled soon after. She had a "terrific time" on the show, and enjoyed the variety of the episodes. She still has the security photo badge from the show.
Below picture from Chris Dale, 2008
||Captain Michael and Voice of Brian the Robot||Brian the Brain||born 1928
Comedy and children's actor, noted especially as the narrator of The Wombles (1972). Films include Carry On movies (1964), Daleks Invasion Earth (1966) and The Railway Children (1970). The TV series Shillingbury Tales (1980-1981) led to a spin off series for his character, Cuffy (1983). He was a recurring character in the UK soap Coronation Street (2003). He appeared in several episodes of Dr Who (as Wilfred Mott, seasons 2007 - 2010) and the 1966 film Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD.
||Pete Irving||Guardian of Piri||Born 1938. Married to Lucinda Curtis since 1962. Doomwatch (1971), The Persuaders (1972), The Duchess Of Duke Street (regular, 1976), New Avengers (1977), Sweeney (1978), Secret Army (regular, 1979), The Return Of Sherlock Holmes (1986), Inspector Morse (1993), Cadfael (regular, 1994-1998). Some films, including Goodbye Mr Chips (1969), The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Passage To India (1984).|
||Tessa||The Lambda Factor||Born 1941. Married to Michael Culver since 1962. The Avengers (1964), Smiley's People (1982), The Tripods (1984), Grange Hill (regular, 1986-1988), Casualty (2002)|
||Raan||Missing Link||born 1913, died 1994.
Stage, TV and film actor, probably most known for the Hammer horror films series including Curse Of Frankenstein (1957), Brides Of Dracula (1960) and many others. Other roles in Hammer films included Hound Of The Baskervilles (1959) and two Dr Who films (1965 and 1966). Other films include The Man With The Iron Mask (1939), Hamlet (1948), Star Wars (1977). Notable roles in early TV include the play 1984 (1954), and the title role in the series Sherlock Holmes (1967). Also a noted Shakespearean actor on stage. 22 years after he died, he was recreated in CGI for a role in Rogue One A Star Wars Story (2016)
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