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Who's 50 [electronic resource] : The 50 Doctor Who Stories to Watch Before You Die-An Unofficial Companion by Burk, Graeme.; Smith?, Robert.;
Front Cover; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction; The Genesis of Doctor Who; The 1960s; An Unearthly Child (1963); Making Doctor Who in the 1960s; The Daleks (1963); Story Titles in the Hartnell Era; The Psychic Papers: Dalekmania; The Aztecs (1964); The Psychic Papers: The Historical Stories; The Gunfighters (1966); William Hartnell; The War Machines (1966); The Doctor's Name; The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967); The Psychic Papers: The Missing Episodes; The Mind Robber (1968); Patrick Troughton; The War Games (1969); Restoration; The 1970s; Spearhead From Space (1970)Jon PertweeDoctor Who and the Silurians (1970); Inferno (1970); The Psychic Papers: UNIT Dating; The Mind of Evil (1971); Carnival of Monsters (1973); Making Doctor Who in the 1970s and 1980s; The Green Death (1973); The Ark in Space (1975); Genesis of the Daleks (1975); Pyramids of Mars (1975); The Seeds of Doom (1976); The Deadly Assassin (1976); The Face of Evil (1977); The Talons of Weng-Chiang (1977); Horror of Fang Rock (1977); The Psychic Papers: The Novelizations; The Stones of Blood (1978); The Psychic Papers: The Guardians and the Key to Time; City of Death (1979); The 1980sThe Leisure Hive (1980)Warriors' Gate (1981); Logopolis (1981); Kinda (1982); Peter Davison; Earthshock (1982); The Five Doctors (1983); Frontios (1984); The Caves of Androzani (1984); Vengeance on Varos (1985); Colin Baker; Revelation of the Daleks (1985); The Psychic Papers: The Cancellation Crisis; Delta and the Bannermen (1987); Remembrance of the Daleks (1988); Sylvester McCoy; The Happiness Patrol (1988); Ghost Light (1989); The Curse of Fenric (1989); The Psychic Papers: The Cartmel Masterplan; Survival (1989); The 1990s; Doctor Who in an ExcitingAdventure in Development HellDoctor Who (The TV Movie) (1996)Paul McGann; The 2000s and 2010s; The Rebirth of Doctor Who; Rose (2005); Christopher Eccleston; Dalek (2005); Making Doctor Who in the Modern Era; Love & Monsters (2006); The Psychic Papers: A Brief History of Doctor Who Fandom; Human Nature / The Family of Blood (2007); David Tennant; Blink (2007); The Waters of Mars (2009); Vincent and the Doctor (2010); Matt Smith; Asylum of the Daleks (2012); The Name of the Doctor (2013); Recommended Resources; Appendix: The Producers of Doctor Who; Acknowledgements; About the Authors; Back CoverPresenting the top 50 stories from the first 50 years of the popular science fiction series, this is a go-to guide for getting started or renewing interest in Doctor Who. Ever since its premiere on November 23, 1963, Doctor Who has been a television phenomenon, and this companion guide will help die-hard fans, casual viewers, and those new to the series discover the exhilarating moments that have maintained its supremacy. Examining every corner of the imaginative, humorous, and sometimes scary universe that has made Doctor Who</
Subjects: Electronic books.; Doctor Who (Television program).; Science fiction -- Appreciation.; Television program.;
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Operation [electronic resource] : Outer Space by Leinster, Murray.;
Title; Contents; Chapter One; Chapter Two; Chapter Three; Chapter Four; Chapter Five; Chapter Six; Chapter Seven; Chapter Eight; Chapter Nine; Chapter Ten Get set for interstellar adventure with this action-packed novel from groundbreaking SF writer Murray Leinster. In an amazingly prescient plot that resonates with today's reality TV-obsessed culture, the space flight project of the book's title is a television show that helps fund humanity's first foray into the cosmos.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Science fiction, American.; Television programs -- Fiction.;
© 2011., The Floating Press,
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Star Trek [sound recording] : the motion picture : original soundtrack : 20th anniversary collectors' edition / by Goldsmith, Jerry(SAGE)1681692; Roddenberry, Gene.(SAGE)1682732; Shatner, William.(SAGE)1712647; Asimov, Isaac,1920-1992.(SAGE)1703102; Kelley, DeForest,1920-1999(SAGE)1938682; Lenard, Mark(SAGE)1864654;
Star Trek: the motion picture: Music composed and conducted by Jerry Goldsmith ; Arthur Morton, orchestrations ; Alexander Courage and Fred Steiner, additional orchestrations ; Carl Fortina, contractor.Bonus disc: Inside Star Trek, arranged and conducted by Charles Callelo.Star Trek the motion picture produced by Jerry Goldsmith ; Bruce Botnick, executive producer ; Inside Star Trek produced by Ed Naha ; Track #1 produce by Don DeVito ; Tracks #2, 18 produced by Didier C. Deutsch ; Inside Star Trek produced by Ed Naha ; Track #1 produced by Don DeVito ; Tracks #2, 18 produced by Didier C. Deutsch.Star Trek: the motion picture recorded at 20th Century Fox Music scoring stage ; John Neal, engineer ; Terry Brown, Randy Saunders and Barry Walter, assistant engineer.Inside Star Trek tracks #5-7, 9-11, 13, 15-16 recorded May, 1976 in New York ; Tracks # 3-4, 8, 12, 14, 17 recorded July, 1976 at United Western Studios, Los Angeles ; Track #1 recorded May, 1976 at Columbia Recording Studios, New York ; Tracks #2, 18 recorded March, 1998 at Sony Music Studios, Santa Monica ; Russ Payne, Bob Schoppe, Stan Tonkel and George Ball, original recording engineers.Star Trek: the motion picture original soundtrack - 20th anniversary collectors' edition. Ilia's theme -- Main title -- Klingon battle -- Total logic -- Floating office -- The Enterprise -- Leaving drydock -- Spock's arrival -- The cloud -- Vejur flyover -- The force field -- Games -- Spock walk -- Inner workings -- Vejur speaks -- The meld -- A good start -- End title.Inside Startrek with Gene Roddenberry. Star Trek theme -- Introduction: Nichelle Nichols -- Inside Star Trek -- William Shatner meets Captain Kirk -- Introdution to live show -- About science fiction -- The origin of Spock -- Sarek's son Spock -- The Questor affair -- The Genesis II pilot -- Cyborg tools and E.T. life forms -- McCoy's RX for life -- The Star Trek philosophy -- Asimov's world of science fiction -- The Enterprise runs around -- A letter from a network censor -- The Star Trek dream (Ballad I/Ballad II) -- Sign off: Nichelle Nichols.
Subjects: Motion picture music; Television programs; Science fiction;
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Science of Sci-Fi films / Mercury / by ABC International.; Films Media Group,film distributor.(DLC)1996584;
From Matt Damon's recent hit, The Martian, to Interstellar, Gravity and long-running favorite, Star Trek, Hollywood is obsessed with science fiction. But how accurate is it, in terms of the science? Dr. Graham grabs a bucket of popcorn and sits down with astrophysicist, Dr. Katie Mack and physicist, Professor Lawrence Krauss to review Hollywood's treatment of science. Even the not-so-plausible cartoon series, The Jetsons, gets an affectionate mention. Also, is the level of mercury in the fish we're eating safe for our health? While scientists team up with Mona curators to monitor the effects of mercury contamination in Tassie's picturesque Derwent River, an avid Sydney fisherman has his catch and a strand of his own hair analyzed for mercury levels with surprising results.9 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, August 16, 2016)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Mercury; Science fiction television programs.; Science in motion pictures.;
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Cult Telefantasy Series : A Critical Analysis of The Prisoner, Twin Peaks, The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lost, Heroes, Doctor Who and Star Trek. by Short, Sue.; Palumbo, Donald E.; Sullivan, C.W.;
Cover -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. The Prisoner -- 2. Twin Peaks -- 3. The X-Files -- 4. Buffy the Vampire Slayer -- 5. How Lost Redefined Cult Television -- 6. Why Heroes Failed -- 7. Doctor Who and Star Trek -- Conclusion -- An A to Z of Telefantasy Series -- Bibliography -- Index.From The Prisoner in the 1960s to the more recent Heroes and Lost, a group of television series with strong elements of fantasy have achieved cult status. Focusing on eight such series, this work analyzes their respective innovations and influences. Assessing the strategies used to promote "cult" appeal, it also appraises increased opportunities for interaction between series creators and fans and evaluates how television fantasy has utilized transmedia storytelling. Notable changes within broadcasting are discussed to explain how challenging long-form dramas have emerged, and why telefantasy has transcended niche status to enjoy significant prominence and popularity.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Fantasy television programs -- History and criticism.; Science fiction television programs -- History and criticism.;
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The twilight zone. [videorecording] / by Medford, Don,1917-2012,director.(DLC)1976511; Heyes, Douglas,1919-1993,director.(DLC)1976591; Bare, Richard L.,director.(DLC)1950467; Serling, Rod,1924-1975,actor.(DLC)1755149; Redford, Robert,actor.(DLC)1715400; Bronson, Charles,1921-2003,actor.(DLC)1695395; Image Entertainment (Firm)(DLC)1952111; RLJ Entertainment,film distributor.(DLC)2066682; CBS Eye on People (Television network)(DLC)1999751; CBS DVD (Firm),film distributor.(DLC)1992058;
Rod Serling, Robert Redford, Charles Bronson.All thirty-seven episodes of the third season of Rod Serling's classic, groundbreaking series, now presented in pristine high-definition for the first time ever, along with hours of new and exclusive bonus features not available anywhere else!Rating: Not rated.DVD; full screen (1.33:1) presenation; Dolby digital mono.
Subjects: Fantasy television programs.; Horror television programs.; Science fiction television programs.; Supernatural; Extraterrestrial beings; Television series.; Science fiction television programs.; Horror television programs.;
© [2013], RLJ Entertainment,
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The Sci-Fi Movie Guide [electronic resource] : The Universe of Film from Alien to Zardoz by Barsanti, Chris.;
Cover image; About The Author; Title Page; Copyright page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Ch A; Abbott And Costello Go To Mars; Abbott And Costello Meet The Invisible Man; The Abominable Dr. Phibes; Abraxas: Guardian Of The Universe; The Absent-minded Professor; The Abyss; The Adjustment Bureau; The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai Across The Eighth Dimension; The Adventures Of Pluto Nash; Aelita: Queen Of Mars; Aeon Flux; After Earth; Aftershock; A.I. Artificial Intelligence; Akira; Alien; Alien3; Alien Contamination; Alien Dead; The Alien Factor; Alien From L.A.; Alien Nation; Alien: ResurrectionAliensAlien vs. Predator: Requiem; Alligator; Alphaville; Altered States; The Amazing Colossal Man; The Amazing Spider-man; The Amazing Transparent Man; The Amphibian Man; Android; The Andromeda Strain; The Angry Red Planet; The Animatrix; Another Earth; The Ape Man; Apollo 18; The Apple; Appleseed; Armageddon; Around The World Under The Sea; The Arrival; The Asphyx; The Astounding She-monster; The Astronaut's Wife; The Astro-zombies; Atlas Shrugged: Part I; Atlas Shrugged: Part II; The Atomic Brain; The Atomic Submarine; Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman (1958); Attack Of The 50 Ft. Woman (1993)Attack Of The Killer TomatoesAttack The Block; The Aurora Encounter; Avatar; The Avengers; AVP: Alien vs. Predator; Ch B; Babylon A.D.; Back To The Future; Back To The Future, Part 2; Back To The Future, Part 3; Bad Taste; The Bamboo Saucer; Barbarella; Barb Wire; *batteries Not Included; Battle Beneath The Earth; Battle Beyond The Stars; Battle Beyond The Sun; Battlefield Earth; Battle For Moon Station Dallos; Battle For The Planet Of The Apes; Battle: Los Angeles; Battle Royale; Battleship; The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms; Beastmaster 2: Through The Portal Of Time; The Beast Of Yucca FlatsThe Bed-sitting RoomBeginning Of The End; Beneath The Planet Of The Apes; Beyond The Stars; Beyond The Time Barrier; Bicentennial Man; Biggles; Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey; Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure; The Birds; The Black Hole; Blade Runner; Blindness; The Blob (1958); The Blob (1988); The Blood Of Heroes; Blue Thunder; Body Snatchers; The Book Of Eli; Boom In The Moon; Born In Flames; The Borrower; Bounty Killer; The Box; A Boy And His Dog; The Boys From Brazil; The Brain Eaters; Brainstorm; The Brain That Wouldn't Die; Brazil; The Bride Of Frankenstein; Bride Of The MonsterThe Brides Of Fu ManchuThe Brood; The Brother From Another Planet; Buck Rogers Conquers The Universe; Buck Rogers In The 25th Century; Bug; The Butterfly Effect; Ch C; The Cabin In The Woods; Capricorn One; Captain America; Captain America: The First Avenger; Captain America: The Winter Soldier; Carnosaur; The Castle Of Fu Manchu; The Cat From Outer Space; Cat-women Of The Moon; The Cell; Charly; Cherry 2000; Children Of Men; Children Of The Damned; The China Syndrome; Chopping Mall; Chronicle; The Chronicles Of Riddick; Chronopolis; Circuitry Man; City Limits; City Of EmberThe City Of Lost ChildrenOnce upon a time, science fiction was only in the future. It was the stuff of drive-ins and cheap double-bills. Then, with the ever-increasing rush of new, society-altering technologies, science fiction pushed its way to the present, and it busted out of the genre ghetto of science fiction and barged its way into the mainstream. What used to be mere fantasy (trips to the moon? Wristwatch radios? Supercomputers capable of learning?) are now everyday reality.Whether nostalgic for the future or fast-forwarding to the present, The Sci-Fi Movie Guide: The Universe of Film from Alien to Zardoz cover
Subjects: Electronic books.; Science fiction films -- Catalogs.; Science fiction films -- History and criticism.; Science fiction films; Science fiction television programs -- Catalogs.; Science fiction television programs -- History and criticism.; Science fiction television programs;
© 2014., Visible Ink Press,
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Nova. [videorecording] / by Pogue, David,1963-host.(DLC)1860893; McCabe, Daniel,film producer,film director,screenwriter,film editor.(DLC)1947829; Schmidt, Chris,film producer.(DLC)2005817; McCarthy, Stephen(Cinematographer),cinematographer.(DLC)1995587; APM Music (Firm),composer.(DLC)2076807; WGBH Educational Foundation,publisher.(DLC)1652006; PBS Distribution (Firm),film distributor.(DLC)2026768;
Executive producer, Chris Schmidt ; co-produced by Cara Feinberg ; edited by Daniel McCabe ; director of photography, Stephen McCarthy ; music, APM.Hosted by David Pogue.Join renowned gadget geek and host David Pogue as he sets out on a quest to discover how batteries work, and uncover what the future has in store for our gadgets, our lives, and even our planet.Rating: TV-G.DVD ; 16x9 wide screen.
Subjects: Science television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Storage batteries.; Science television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.;
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Exploring Science Through Science Fiction. by Luokkala, Barry B.;
This book uses science fiction film as a vehicle for exploring science concepts. Over 100 references to science fiction films and television episodes are included, spanning more than 100 years of cinematic history. Includes numerical examples and solutions..Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Science in motion pictures..; Science fiction films..; Science fiction television programs..; Science in mass media..; Literature and science.;
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Internet Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Television Series, 1998-2013. by Terrace, Vincent.;
Cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- The Shows -- Index.This is the first ever compilation on Internet television and provides details of 405 programs from 1998 to 2013. Each entry contains the storyline, descriptive episode listings, cast and crew lists, the official website and comments. An index of personnel and programs concludes the book. From Barry the Demon Hunter to Time Traveling Lesbian to Hamilton Carver, Zombie P.I., it is a previously undocumented entertainment medium that is just now coming into focus. Forty-eight photos accompany the text.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Fantasy television programs -- Plots, themes, etc -- Encyclopedias.; Horror television programs -- Plots, themes, etc -- Encyclopedias.; Internet entertainment -- Encyclopedias.; Internet television -- Encyclopedias.; Science fiction television programs -- Plots, themes, etc -- Encyclopedias.;
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