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From Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, the legendary masterminds behind Thunderbirds, comes the epic sci-fi series, Space: 1999!
September 1999: A nuclear waste dump on the lunar surface unexpectedly detonates, blasting the Moon out of Earth's orbit and taking the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha on an unbelievable voyage of discovery and adventure. Under the command of John Koenig (Martin Landau), the Alphans hurtle through the stars, encountering fantastic worlds and beings in a universe where peril awaits at every turn. Together, Koenig and the Alphans face the ultimate challenge in the farthest reaches of space: survive ... and find home.
Also starring Barbara Bain as Dr. Helena Russell, Barry Morse as Victor Bergman, and Catherine Schell as Maya, Space: 1999 is a true classic of science fiction television, presented here in a deluxe box set with a galaxy's worth of special features that fans and newcomers alike will treasure. Strap yourselves in — the journey of a lifetime is about to begin!
Plus, the first 500 orders from ShoutFactory.com will receive a limited edition Space 1999 Snow Globe, created exclusively for this release!
This limited edition Space: 1999 Snow Globe features an Eagle Transporter landing on the Moon, and has a 4-inch circumference and sits on a 2-inch base (note: snow globe box art below is not final).
A NOTE ON EPISODE ORDER
Viewing Space: 1999 can sometimes be tricky for those looking to establish a clear, definitive timeline from episode to episode. This is due to a number of factors, including the nature of episodic television and its production at that time as compared to now, and the variance in airing dates from station to station and nation to nation. Ultimately, there are moments of character or storyline continuity that might seem out of place. While some fans have made excellent suggestions regarding a viewing order that makes the most sense, it is generally accepted that there is no single "correct" viewing order — only possibilities.
With this in mind, we have presented Space: 1999 here in production order, as it is the most commonly accepted viewing order.
|1||Space: 1999: Breakaway|
|2||Space: 1999: Matter Of Life And Death|
|3||Space: 1999: Black Sun|
|4||Space: 1999: Ring Around The Moon|
|5||Space: 1999: Earthbound|
|6||Space: 1999: Another Time, Another Place|
|7||Space: 1999: Missing Link|
|8||Space: 1999: Guardian Of Piri|
|9||Space: 1999: Force Of Life|
|10||Space: 1999: Alpha Child|
|11||Space: 1999: The Last Sunset|
|12||Space: 1999: Voyager's Return|
|13||Space: 1999: Collision Course|
|14||Space: 1999: Death's Other Dominion|
|15||Space: 1999: The Full Circle|
|16||Space: 1999: End Of Eternity|
|17||Space: 1999: War Games|
|18||Space: 1999: The Last Enemy|
|19||Space: 1999: The Troubled Spirit|
|20||Space: 1999: Space Brain|
|21||Space: 1999: The Infernal Machine|
|22||Space: 1999: Mission Of The Darians|
|23||Space: 1999: Dragon's Domain|
|24||Space: 1999: The Testament Of Arkadia|
|25||Space: 1999: The Metamorph|
|26||Space: 1999: The Exiles|
|27||Space: 1999: One Moment Of Humanity|
|28||Space: 1999: All That Glisters|
|29||Space: 1999: Journey To Where|
|30||Space: 1999: The Taybor|
|31||Space: 1999: The Rules Of Luton|
|32||Space: 1999: The Mark Of Archanon|
|33||Space: 1999: Brian The Brain|
|34||Space: 1999: New Adam, New Eve|
|35||Space: 1999: Catacombs Of The Moon|
|36||Space: 1999: The AB Chrysalis|
|37||Space: 1999: Seed Of Destruction|
|38||Space: 1999: The Beta Cloud|
|39||Space: 1999: Space Warp|
|40||Space: 1999: A Matter Of Balance|
|41||Space: 1999: The Bringers Of Wonder, Part 1|
|42||Space: 1999: The Bringers Of Wonder, Part 2|
|43||Space: 1999: The Lambda Factor|
|44||Space: 1999: The Seance Spectre|
|45||Space: 1999: Dorzak|
|46||Space: 1999: Devil's Planet|
|47||Space: 1999: The Immunity Syndrome|
|48||Space: 1999: The Dorcons|