Space Movies II: Classic Television Science Fiction
 

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By:Peter Haining (ed.)
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Released:  March 1996
Publisher:  Severn House
ISBN:0-7278-4897-6
Format: hardback
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Note:  Hardback anthology, containing short stories either written for or inspired by science-fiction TV series. The Doctor Who content comprises of The Lost Ones, a short story featuring the Zarbi which originally appeared in the Doctor Who Annual 1966. It is generally believed that this story (like all in the 1966 annual) was written by David Whitaker, although it is credited to Bill Strutton in this anthology.
The original Space Movies anthology from 1995 was (as the name suggests) inspired by sci-fi movies instead, hence it has no Doctor Who content and is not listed on this site.

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Contents:

  • Prologue: Worlds of Space in the Living Room by Peter Haining
  • Superman (first TV script) by George Lowther
  • Tales of Tomorrow: What Price Venus by by Evan Hunter
  • The Quatermass Experiment: The R.A.F. and the Sleeping Beauty by Nigel Kneale
  • The Twilight Zone: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street by Rod Serling
  • Out Of This World: Dumb Martian by John Wyndham
  • Doctor Who: The Lost Ones by Bill Strutton
  • The Outer Limits: The Invisible Enemy by Jerry Sohl
  • Out Of The Unknown: Liar! by Isaac Asimov
  • The Martian Chronicles: I'll Not Look for Wine by Ray Bradbury
  • Discworld: Final Reward by Terry Pratchett


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