The Catacombs Episode Guide

The Full Circle

Death's Other Dominion Year 1 - Episode 15 End of Eternity

Screenplay by Jesse Lasky, Jr.
Pat Silver
Directed by Bob Kellett
France/Canada Le grand cercle The Big Circle
Spain El círculo completo The full circle
Germany Die Steinzeit-Falle The Stone Age Trap
Italy Circolo chiuso The Closed Circle
Japan Attack of Primitive Space Cavemen
Portugal O Círculo Fechado The Closed Circle
Poland Tajemnica mgly
South AfricaDie Volle Kringloop The Full Circle

The centuries roll back for the occupants of the moon through a time warp of 40,000 years to the Stone Age, and meeting up with themselves as cavemen. ITC summary


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Int. Main Mission
Int. Command Office
Int. Medical
Int. Eagle Pilot Section
Int. Eagle Passenger Section

Ext. Planet Surface (locations)
Ext. Planet Surface Mist Entrance (studio)
Ext. Planet Surface Mist Area 2 (studio)
Int. Cave


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Three Eagles are seen together in two of the landing shots; one is obviously a cardboard cut-out (only two 44" Eagles existed at the time).

How a special effects shot is put together: the Eagle, atmosphere and stars, and planet are all separate exposures.

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As the camp awakens, Bergman is whistling Grieg's "Morning Mood" (Morgenstemning) from Peer Gynt. Thanks to Jordan Orlando.


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From when the rescue mission sets out, they are in range of the planet for 3 days. When Koenig has been returned to Alpha Medical Center, there are less than 2 days left.

Alpha Personnel:

1 fatality, Sandos.

Alpha Technology:

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Eagle 1 (Koenig); 2 (Alan); 3 (Victor); 6 (original landing party)







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Kano and Bergman's Eagle 3 is seen first with the tube to port (this shot). It launches with the tube to starboard.

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The wooden edge of the false ceiling is visible top right.

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The Eagle on the left is a 2-dimensional cut-out.


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