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 Post subject: Buck Rogers new series
PostPosted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:51 pm 
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I think it would have to be, to stay true to Buck Rogers.

(Though having said that, the original BSG was one of the campest things on TV, which the RDM reimagining managed to shrug off)

What's next then? A remake of Blakes 7? :P


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That would be cool :D here is a link about the remake of UFO (70s british sci-fi) it would rock if they made captain scarlet


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I still have fond memories of the series starring Gil Gerard and Erin Gray. This looks more like something Gerry Anderson might have produced back in the days of Marionation(?).

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To stay true to the original Buck Rogers (the novels, at least), he'd have to be a genocidal maniac... So I hope they don't take that route. :)

I enjoyed James Cawley's Star Trek episodes.

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Pete wrote:
I still have fond memories of the series starring Gil Gerard and Erin Gray.

Me too - particularly Erin Gray in those tight-fitting outfits. The series was a spin-off from the 1979 film, which I saw in the cinema as an SF-mad 10-year-old.

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particularly Erin Gray in those tight-fitting outfits.


Well, yeah, that was really why I remember it so fondly, but I mentioned Gerard in the hope of not being quite so obvious :P

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Thats a wimpy looking gun on the teaser page.


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