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The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space (1-Dec-1995)

Director: Max Tash

Writers: Rick Copp; David A. Goodman; Brian Levant

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gia Carides
Actor
7-Jun-1964   My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Tony Dow
Actor
13-Apr-1945   Wally on Leave It to Beaver
Ken Kirzinger
Actor
4-Nov-1959   Freddy vs. Jason
Cathy Moriarty
Actor
29-Nov-1960   Raging Bull
Nichelle Nichols
Actor
28-Dec-1932   Lt. Uhura on Star Trek
Ron Perlman
Actor
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
Gregory Smith
Actor
6-Jul-1983   Ephram on Everwood
Sarah Strange
Actor
6-Sep-1974   Helen in Da Vinci's Inquest
Liz Vassey
Actor
9-Aug-1972   Wendy Simms on CSI

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 26-Jan-2007)

This is a great spoof of Sci Fi adventure stories. I saw it on ABC TV years ago, but have never seen it shown since. I have looked all over for a DVD or VHS copy of it, but to no avail. Even Amazon doesn't have it. The story is about a TV actor in a sci fi series like the old Buck Rogers of Flash Gordon series who gets abducted to an alien planet by some rebels who think he is a real super hero type. His ensuing misadventures, in which he oftdn gets rescued by a super competent woman make fun of all the sci fi cliches. I'd love to locate a copy of this, but have not succeeded after some 10 years of looking. It's pretty unique.


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