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Starring: (in credits order): Hel (Helen) -- Gina Torres; Cleo (Cleopatra) -- Jennifer Sky; Sarge (Rose) -- Victoria Pratt; Mauser -- Patrick Kake; Horst -- David Press; Cat Man -- Mark Williams; Voice -- Elizabeth Hawthorne; Granger -- Rupert Cocks; Other cast (alphabetically): Raina -- Danielle Cormack; Creegan -- Joel Tobeck; Original Music: Joseph LoDuca; Cinematographer: Dale McCready, Kevin Riley; Film Editors: Cushla Dillon, Chris Plummer; Casting: Marie Adams, Tracy Hampton, Beth Hymson; First Assistant Directors: Terri Killmartin, Louise Marinovich; Second Assistant Directors: Richard Barr, Emma Hinton, Quentin Whitwell; First Assistant Director (Second Unit): Rachel Heath; Art Department: Property Maker: Ray Massa; Sound Department: Alek Bromke (ADR Assistant) Focus Pullers: David Hall, Gaysorn Thavatt; Second Cinematographer: Dale McCready; Steadicam Operator: Martin Smith.Commando Cody: Sky Marshall of the Universe, Republic/NBC, 1955 Juvenile television series about a superhero fighting both regular criminals and extraterrestrial super-villain "The Ruler." Commando Cody -- Judd Holdren Producers -- Mel Tucker and Franklyn Adreon Writers -- Ronald Davidson and Barry ShipmanCosmo Warrior Zero, Japan, 2001; 13 30-minute episodes; Production Companies: AT-X [Japan], Tsuburaya Eizo, Vega Entertainment; Director: Kazuyoshi Yokota; Writer: Leiji Matsumoto; Genre: Animation / Sci-Fi Starring Voices (credits order): Warrias Zero -- Toshiyuki Morikawa; Marina Oki -- Aya Hisakawa; Young Harlock -- Eiji Takemoto; Yattaran, Battlyzer -- Toshiaki Matsumoto; Shizuo Ishikura -- Soichiro Hoshi; Shigeru Nobara -- Kôhei Owada; Sugata Rai -- Tadashi Miyazawa; Takeshi Unabara -- Nobuaki Sekine; Acceluder, Zeth Vordar -- Yoshikazu Nagano; Doctor Manner -- Takashi Matsuyama; Heavy Grenadier -- Hidenari Ugaki; Le Silviana -- Kaori; Great Samurai Tochirô -- Tomohiro Nishimura; Lady Emeraldas -- Kikuko Inoue; Earth Federation Army Chairperson -- Yôko Ogai; Hell Matia -- Yuri Shiratori; Maetel -- Satsuki Yukino; Producers: Asayuki Imai, Shunji Namiki; Original Music: Geminiart High Quality; Cinematographer: Yasushi Baba; Art Directors: Taizaburou Abe, Makoto Tsuchibashi; Language: JapaneseCount Duckula, animated Self-conscious parody of superhero/dark fantasy tropes.The Creature, BBC, 1956 An "abominable snowman" teleplay broadcast later in the US under various names.

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Title: Hero (The Hero Rebellion #1) Author: Belinda Crawford Genre: YA, Science Fiction, Fantasy

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The hook at the start of each show is Larisa Oleynik, as Alex Mack, narrating "I was just an average kid until an accident changed my life." The accident (typical of comic book superheroes) is dunking in an experimental chemical that gives her the power of telekinesis (she can levitate and thrown objects without touching them), force-field generation, the ability to (Zeus-like) throw electrical bolts and fireballs from her fingertips, and the "Terminator" morphing ability to collapse into mobile liquid metal, flow where she will, and reconsitute.

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FAQs; images; info; draws parallels and differences with Patrick MacGoohan's other series, "Danger Man".The Privateers, 2000; Production Company: Dragoncor/Earth Dragon, LLC; Plot Summary: sort of a Sci-Fi/Fantasy Pirate adventure; Starring (credits order) Captain Aran Dravyk -- Karl Urban; Captain Vyancort -- Jason David Frank; Dogen -- David Jean Thomas; Roxxi Maraka -- Zylan Brooks; Parrot -- Parry Shen; Admiral Roka -- Walter Koenig; Commander El-Minya -- Denise Alessandria Hurd; Gannet Devi -- Ray Proscia; President Cameron Lascar -- Jack Donner; Kayla Lascar -- Kelly Meadows; Lord Varace Rizlu of Danoor -- Harry Johnson; Captain Kreel -- Benjamin Lum; Captain Lana Tori -- Karen Shepard; Captain Berava Gree -- Alice Ampter; Fenrir -- Bobby Lento; Heimdahl -- Scott Levy; Clerk -- David Weisenberg; Bartender -- David Leftkowitz; Kreel's First Officer -- Skyia; First Sarcovian Guard -- Jason Lacayo; Second Sarcovian Guard -- Kit Davlin; Allegiance Guard -- Barry Whitlock; Loud Pirate -- Bill Binford; Swarthy Pirate -- Alexander Van Amburg; Also Starring: Amy Brammer; Chris Criner; Brent Crawford; Warren Hall; Trent Lange; Laura Lockwood; Susan Miller; Brain Nealis; Arlen O'Keefe; James Saxon; Melissa Spraul; Shannon Tuer; Tina Warren; Ryan Keith; Julie Ness; Steve Robison; Robin Wood; Director: David E.

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Robert McDonald -- Bob Cummings Peter Robinson -- Jack Mullaney Irene Adams -- Doris Dowling Creator -- Jack Chertok ("My Favorite Martian") Producer -- Jack ChertokMy Secret Identity, Syndicated, 1988-1991, {to be done}Mysterious Ways, 2000 sort of an Inspirational X-Files; Creator: Peter O'FallonMystery Science Theater 3000, Comedy Central, 1991-1996 , to be done and the Sci-Fi Channel, 1997
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Wileby -- Des Kelly; Friendly Wharfle -- Ross Jolly; Pie Vendor -- Donna Philpott; Wardress -- Anne Budd; Girl Pickpocket -- Morgan Fairhead; Train Guard -- Don Langridge; Hansom Cab Driver -- Peter Dennett; Policeman -- Peter Sledmere; Henchman -- Duncan Smith; Henchman #2 -- Todd Rippon; Computer Sales Person -- Michael Sengelow; Policeman (Wharves) -- Les Jardine; Soldier #1 -- Des Morgan; Soldier #2 -- Shaun McKean; Sir Ivor Double -- Stephen Hogg; Nicholas Double -- Allan Poppleton; Campbell Double -- Mark Harris; Nicholas Cab Double -- Terry Smith; Awards: 1995 Australian Film Institute Award: Best New Talent: Petra Jared 1996 Australian Film Institute Award: Young Actors Award, Television: Petra Jared Mirror, Mirror, Series 2, 26 episodes in 1997 Creator: Posie Graeme-Evans Production Companies: Network Ten, Millennium Pictures - Gibson Group, New Zealand On Air, The Australian Film Finance Corporation; Executive Producers: Posie Graeme-Evans and Dorothee Pinfold; Producers: Andrew Blaxland, Dave Gibson and Sophia Scheding Writers: Kristen Dunphy, Greg Millin Starring: Daniel McFarlane -- Simon James; Constance de Lutrelle -- Jovita Shaw; Fergus McFarlane -- Ben Revell; Mandy McFarlane -- Antonia Prebble; Aunt Lily -- Denise O'Connell; Doug McFarlane -- Simon Ferry; Jenny McFarlane -- Tina Regtien; Gervaise de Lutrelle -- Barry Quin; Violette de Lutrelle -- Zoe Bertram; Caroline McFarlane -- Sonia Todd; Mai-ling -- Melanie Thompson; Spike -- Euan Gray; Matthew & Tobias -- Charles Mesure; Jane Loomis -- Jenny Jewell; Nev Loomis -- Tony Burton; Salesman -- Geoff Allen; Ramona Rickenbacker -- Ellie Smith; Winthrop Rickenbacker -- Peter Hambleton; Tiffany -- Charlotte Woollams; Tyrone -- Joseph Crawford; Ghost of Jamieson -- Bernie Grice; Sergeant Preston -- Russell Smith; Bianca Preston -- Nikita Schembri; Jason Preston -- Ryan Runciman; Senior Sgt.

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Victor Bergman (1975-77) -- Barry Morse Maya (1976-77) -- Catherine Schell First Officer Tony Verdeschi -- Tony Anholt Captain Alan Carter -- Nick Tate Paul Morrow -- Prentis Hancock David -- Clifton Jones Sandra - Zienia Merton Creators -- Gerry and Sylvia Anderson (see "Thunderbirds") Producer (1st season) -- Sylvia Anderson Producer (2nd Season) -- Fred Freiberger ("The Wild, Wild West", and the 3rd and final season of the orginal "Star Trek") Special Effects -- Brian Johnson (the best thing about the show) Book Spinoffs: new: Eagle One Media is proud to announce the publication of acclaimed writer EC Tubb's Space: 1999 Alien Seed paperback novel.