Craig Collins returns after his craft crash-landed in a jungle . Two whole months of his travels are unaccounted for, but he has become much rougher, stronger and sharper, though only ...
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Craig Collins returns after his craft crash-landed in a jungle . Two whole months of his travels are unaccounted for, but he has become much rougher, stronger and sharper, though only Colonel John Grey seems to find any cause for concern and nobody else takes his views seriously. However, when Collins is in Space with Straker it becomes clear that aliens have taken over his mind and Straker has to try and literally talk sense into him.Written by
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The character of the visually impaired actor 'Sir Esmond' played by Roland Culver, was perhaps based on real life actor Esmond Knight, who remained totally blind for two years, though later regained some sight in his right eye. See more »
As Colonel John Grey's air is pumped out of his cabin, his inflatable bed should have swelled as the pressure within the cabin dropped. Because it didn't, the actor Gary Raymond had to act as if the air was gone. See more »
Once more the Aliens take astronaut's body who already supposed death to send back with a mission to kill Straker, even been advised by Colonel John Grey, nevertheless with strong evidences Commander Straker refuses to believe and will takes the risks to travel with enemy together, probably could be too late, the plan to kills Straker already was made from previous episode, although the subject surfaces again!!
First watch: 2017 / How Many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 6.25
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