Starships

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Lieutenant Kelowitz
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Re: Starships

Post by Lieutenant Kelowitz » Sat Nov 23, 2019 12:38 pm

Wade Hampton III wrote:A rather uncanny resemblance to the star cruiser C-57D, which landed
on Forbidden Planet Altair IV, yes?
Yeah, The Twilight Zone ripped off a lot of leftover props, costumes, robots, and yes - the C-57D starcruiser from Forbidden Planet.

TZ's "On Thursday We Leave For Home" episode (below) used recycled Forbidden Planet uniforms

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But so did Lost In Space, as shown here:

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Even props from 2001: A Space Odyssey got recycled and used as background junk in a Star Wars movie, as with this space pod:

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Re: Starships

Post by Lieutenant Kelowitz » Sun Nov 24, 2019 6:49 pm

Yep, here comes another fictional starship. This one is known by the name Liberty 1 or Icarus. Like the Jupiter II, it was bound for Alpha Centauri but never made it.


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Re: Starships

Post by GLR » Sat Nov 30, 2019 3:11 am

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"I don't get paid for doing this"
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"I said It's your turn to keep watch"

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Re: Starships

Post by Wade Hampton III » Sat Nov 30, 2019 2:39 pm

The Pan Am space clipper with Dr. Heywood
Floyd en route to his destination - the Lunar base on
Clavius. Alas, neither he nor Pan Am were never meant
to be.
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Turned out there was a nasty little war going
on at the time (1968) that ultimately bankrupted any
of these space-faring dreams.

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