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Pictures thanks to Steven Reder, Mark Shaw, Mark Spalding, Shaqui, Paul Stankevitch. See also contact sheets: Year 1 black and white, Year 1 colour, Year 2 black and white; and the publicity photo gallery

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Dr. Helena Russell (BARBARA BAIN) Chief Medical Officer in charge of life support systems including the psychological and emotional stability of all life forms on Moonbase Alpha. SP-1

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Command John Koenig, (MARTIN LANDAU) leader of the Moonbase Alpha colony and very much aware of the fact that the survival of three hundred people depends on him. SP-2

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The Eagle, the basic reconnaissance ship used for fast transportation and inter-planetary flight. Moonbase Alpha supports a fleet of these high speed spaceships equipped with space-to-tpace missiles and controlled by a pilot who is directed from Main Mission Control. SP-3

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Special effects wizard BRIAN JOHNSON creates a spectacular battle sequence as an Eagle defends Moonbase Alpha against an alien vessel. SP-4

Friends or Foes? (L-R) The famous anthropologist Raan (PETER CUSHING) from the planet Zeno, Commander Dione (CAROLINE MORTIMER) from the planet Betha and Captain Zentor (CHRISTOPHER LEE) a space fugitive. SP-5

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The magic of special effects brings us the ultimate in realism and detail as Alpha astronauts check out the elaborate security ring of fences and photoelectric fields that run twenty miles around the compound. SP-6

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MARTIN LANDAU as COMMANDER JOHN KOENIG
BARBARA BAIN as DR. HELENA RUSSELL
BARRY MORSE as PROFESSOR BERGMAN
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At a nuclear disposal area on the moon, personnel investigate ominous signals warning that the piles of atomic waste may be active. Scene is from SPACE: 1999, ITC's science-fiction series starring Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse. SPACE-2

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A nuclear disposal area on the moon, where for years atomic waste from earth has been dumped. Accumulated energy will cause the "garbage dump" to explode, ripping the moon from earth's orbit and hurling it on an unexpected odyssey deep into space. Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse star in the ITC series SPACE: 1999. SPACE-3

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Commander Koenig (Martin Landau) and Dr. Russell (Barbara Bain) encounter terrifying events on their voyage through deep space and time. Scene from ITC's spectacular new series SPACE: 1999. SPACE-4

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Moonbase Alpha personnel desperately fight for survival against unknown creatures from outer space. A scene from ITC's SPACE: 1999 - The Ultimate Adventure Series! SPACE-5

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The most outstanding special effects ever seen on television and seldom in motion pictures have been created for ITC's exciting new series SPACE: 1999 starring Martin Landau and Barbara Bain. SPACE-6

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The most outstanding special effects ever seen on television and seldom in motion pictures have been created for ITC's exciting new series SPACE: 1999 starring Martin Landau and Barbara Bain. SPACE-6

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Main Mission Control becomes engulfed by threatening alien matter in an exciting scene from ITC's science-fiction series, SPACE: 1999. SPACE-7

Dr. Mathias (Anton Phillips) and Dr. Russell (Barbara Bain) frantically try to save the life of an alien found deep in space unaware of his strange and horrifying power! A scene from ITC's SPACE: 1999 - The Ultimate Adventure Series! SPACE-8

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Commander Koenig (Martin Landau) and Dr. Russell (Barbara Bain) miraculously survive an explosion that sends the moon careening on an incredible odyssey to the farthest limits of outer space. A scene from ITC's SPACE: 1999 - The Ultimate Adventure Series! SPACE-9

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Martin Landau stars as John Koenig, Commander of Moonbase Alpha, and Barry Morse co-stars as his mentor, Professor Bergman, in ITC's science-fiction series Space:1999. 1999-3.

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At a nuclear disposal area on the moon, personnel investigate ominous signals warning that the piles of atomic waste may be active. Scene is from SPACE:1999, ITC's science-fiction series starring Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse. 1999-7

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A nuclear disposal area on the moon, where for years atomic waste from earth has been dumped. Accumulated energy will cause the "garbage dump" to explode, ripping the moon from earth's orbit and hurling it on an unexpected odyssey deep into space. Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse star in the ITC series SPACE: 1999. 1999-8

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MAN-IN-THE-MOON-BALLET: Special gravity effects for SPACE:1999 simulate a moon ballet, as stuntmen Alf Joint (3) and Roy Scammell (8) take giant steps for man on the moon during filming of ITC's outer space series, starring Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse. 1999-Pub-10

Astronauts in foam. Thanks to Shaqui

Main Mission Control becomes engulfed by threatening alien matter in an exciting scene from ITC's science-fiction series, SPACE: 1999

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Above: A team of make up artists worked on BARBARA BAIN to transform her into a cave deweller when Moonbase Alpha becomes caught in a time warp. Ep.2

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THE TESTAMENT OF ARKADIA. Commander John Koenig (MARTIN LANDAU), Dr. Helena Russell (BARBARA BAIN) and their landing part discover the remains of a human civilization on a planet hundreds of light years from Earth. Ep.3

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SPACE BRAIN. Main Mission Control is submerged by deadly alien foam when the runaway moon careens towards the center of the universe. Ep.4

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EARTHBOUND. A veteran of motion pictures and television CHRISTOPHER LEE (center) stars as an alien commander leading an invasion of Moonbase Alpha. Ep.5

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Landau and Bain

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ROY DOTRICE as COMMISSIONER SYMONDS [sic], PRENTIS HANCOCK as MISSION CONTROLLER MORROW. 1999-5

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