Recently, I've been watching the 7 episodes of Raumpatrouille Orion on YouTube. Not a bad show, but hard to watch the subtitles and the action - I don't speak German.
Another American sci-fi show i used to watch was Land of the Giants. It wasn't that good but I did like their spaceship.
I've got that! I watched an episode a few days ago.
It is what it is, low cost, green screen sets, Canadian budget, shot on video except some of the effects were shot on film and the difference is obvious (The closing credits pan along the ship, for example).
I think John Dykstra (spfx for 2001, Star Wars) was involved in the model making and in creating stock effects.
Bay, is that the one where they stepped through the screen???
No, that was The Time Travelers
The Time Travelers: Directed by Ib Melchior. With Preston Foster, Philip Carey, Merry Anders, John Hoyt. In 1964, a group of scientists create a portal that takes them to a barren, mutant inhabited, Earth in the year 2071.www.imdb.com
Wasn't it just! - but you have to admit the four way slidy-opening door was well done and Poupée Gamin's cleavage was impressive.
That film doesn't even have the virtue of so bad it is good . And even with those two impressive production values that you pointed out to me , It's still really , really, really atrociously bad movie.
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