Film Compilations: Film 4 (1982)
- This movie and Journey Through The Black Sun were part of the Super Space Theatre package, edited on videotape in the USA. Picture quality is poor and the episodes are heavily cut.
- The poster tag line is "An Alien Beauty... Hiding A Beast Within!"
The title "music" is Barry Gray incidental music from the Year One episode Another Time, Another Place.
Incidental music is supplemented (poorly) by more Barry Gray incidental music, from the Year 1 episodes Matter Of Life And Death and Black Sun, plus the series Joe 90 (Arctic Adventure, Special Astronaut), Secret Service (Case for the Bishop, Question Of Miracles) and UFO (Identified, Reflections in the Water, Square Triangle).
- Title sequence uses footage of the breakaway from the titles of Year One and Year Two, and new computer animation of the moon in the space warp.
- Each episode is cut by at least 5 minutes. Early scenes of Maya are removed (she is first introduced as a lion before Koenig's prison). The epilogues of both episodes are cut. Helena's introduction to Space Warp is cut.
- The speech by Capt Duro (grasshopper) in Space Warp is replaced by new dialogue. The alien is now "Vader, commander of the Whills interplanetary star fleet", who warns about the nearby planet Psychon where his crew were captured by Mentor.
On January 22, 1989, Cosmic Princess was shown on the Minneapolis UHF station KTMA-TV, the tenth in a series called Mystery Science Theater 3000 (often known as MST3K). The series featured an astronaut and his robot sidekicks, who would give a running commentary throughout the movie, pointing out the flaws. It was the first of eleven series. Kenneth Morgan remembers one of the jokes:
When Koenig is smashing up the Psyche computer, one of the hosts (I think it's Crow) asks, "What, there's no 'off' switch?"
This is the only movie which shows no credits for either Gerry Anderson (Executive Producer and co-creator) or Sylvia Anderson (co-creator). Thanks to David Penn.
- UK Video: Precision (UK, 1982), Channel 5 (UK, 1987), Polygram (UK, 1992)
- Japan Video: Emotion (video and laserdisc)
- DVD: PVB Editions (France, 2003)
- DVD: Prisvideo Editions (Portugal, 2004)
- DVD: Passworld (Italy, 2006)
- DVD: House of Knowledge (Netherlands, 2006)
- DVD: Seven Sept (France, 2007)
- DVD: Laser Paradise (Germany, 2011)
- DVD: Fernsehjuwelen (Germany, 2016)