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The outer limits : Sex & science fiction : collection

Author: Robert ForsythJanes CrockerJeff WoolnoughMark SobelNeill FearnleyAll authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : MGM Home Entertainment, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : Videodisc : U-matic   Visual material : English : Standard
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Thirty years after the cancellation of the landmark science fiction-fantasy The Outer Limits, the property was revived in 1995 on cable's Showtime Network. The revived Outer limits ("the new series") favored human interrelations and suspense over special effects. The content of each episode (organized here by a collective theme) usually explored ethics, philosophy, and "what if?" situations.
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Genre/Form: Science fiction films
Television movies
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Forsyth; Janes Crocker; Jeff Woolnough; Mark Sobel; Neill Fearnley; Jonathan Glassner; Timothy Bond; Harlan Ellison; A E Van Vogt; Naren Shankar; Scott Peters; Dan Ireland; Jeff Hirshfield; Brad Turner; MGM Home Entertainment Inc.
ISBN: 0792853466 9780792853466
OCLC Number: 50794754
Language Note: Closed-captioned for the hearing impared.
Notes: "The new series"--Container.
Durations: ca. 44 min. each episode.
Special features: 7 all-new featurettes with cast and crew interviews; "The outer limits story" documentary; English: stereo surround.
Credits: Episode 1. Caught in the act: written by Rob Forsyth ; directed by Mark Sobel ; episode 2. Bits of love: written by Janes Crocker ; directed by Neill Fearnley ; episode 3. Valerie 23: written by Jonathan Glassner ; directed by Timothy Bond ; episode 4. The human operators: based on the story by Harlan Ellison and A.E. van Vogt ; screen story and teleplay by Naren Shankar ; directed by Jeff Woolnough ; episode 5. Skin deep: written by Scott Peters ; directed by Dan Ireland ; episode 6. Flower child: written by Jeffrey Hirschfield ; directed by Brad Turner.
Cast: Episode 1. Caught in the act: Jason London, Saul Rubinek, Garry Chalk, Alyssa Milano; episode 2. Bits of love: Joh Tenney, Mathew Walker, Sheila Larken, Steve Bacic, Natasha Henstridge; episode 3. Valerie 23: William Sadler, Sofia Shinas, Tom Butler, Nancy Allen; episode 4. The human operators: Jack Noseworthy, Polly Shannon, David Kaye, Noah Heney ; episode 5. Skin deep: Antonio Sabato, Jr., Christina Cox, Deanna Milligan; episode 6. Flower child: Jeremy London, Rebecca Reichert, Jud Tylor, Kavan Smith, Ken Tremblett.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 265 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Episode 1. Caught in the act --
episode 2. Bits of love --
episode 3. Valerie 23 --
episode 4. The human operators --
episode 5. Skin deep --
episode 6. Flower child.
Other Titles: Sex & science fiction
Sex and science fiction
Outer limits (Television program : 1995-2002)
Responsibility: Metro Goldwyn Mayer presents a Trilogy Entertainment Group and Atlantis Films Limited (Caught in the act ; Bits of love ; Valerie 23) ; Trilogy Entertainment Group and Alliance Atlantis (The Human operators ; Skin deep ; Flower child).

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Thirty years after the cancellation of the landmark science fiction-fantasy The Outer Limits, the property was revived in 1995 on cable's Showtime Network. The revived Outer limits ("the new series") favored human interrelations and suspense over special effects. The content of each episode (organized here by a collective theme) usually explored ethics, philosophy, and "what if?" situations.

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