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- Concept and broadcast history
- Home media
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Region 1 US DVD cover Genre Science fiction Adventure Developed by Glen A. Larson Leslie Stevens Starring Gil Gerard Erin Gray Tim O'Connor Felix Silla Mel Blanc Eric Server Thom Christopher Jay Garner Wilfred Hyde-White Composers Stu Phillips Johnny Harris Country of originUnited States No. of seasons2 No. of episodes37 Production Running time60 min. Production companies Glen A. Larson Productions Bruce Lansbury Productions John Mantley Productions Leisure Concep
The first made-for-TV movie was released theatrically in March 1979 as Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. The film made $21 million at the North American box office, prompting Universal to move ahead with a weekly series later that year. The film, which was also released internatio
The theatrical film also served as a pilot and two-part first episode for the series, entitled "Awakening". Several scenes were edited, some to remove the more adult dialogue in the film including when Buck refers to Wilma as "ballsy", and later when he says "shit", and a scene i
Production of the second season was delayed by several months due to an actors' strike. When production resumed in the fall of 1980, the series had a new set of producers and the format of the series was changed. Instead of defending the Earth from external threats, Buck, Wilma a
Guest stars on the series included Peter Graves, Lance LeGault, Jamie Lee Curtis, Markie Post, Dorothy Stratten, Leigh McCloskey, Trisha Noble, Richard Moll, Jerry Orbach, Gary Coleman, Jack Palance, Sam Jaffe, Sid Haig, Vera Miles, and Buster Crabbe, playing Brigadier Gordon. Joseph Wiseman also appeared in the episode "Vegas In Space" playing the character Morphus, and was also briefly seen in the theatrical version of the pilot as Emperor Draco, but his appearance was edited out of the televi
Inspired by the success of Star Wars, Universal began developing Buck Rogers for television, spearheaded by Glen A. Larson, who had a production deal with the studio. Production began in 1978. Initially, Larson and Universal had planned on making a series of Buck Rogers TV movies for NBC. The pilot for Larson's other science-fiction series, Battlestar Galactica, had been released theatrically in some countries and in key locations in North America and had done well at the box office. Universal t
The series was originally shown in the UK by ITV, beginning in late August 1980, with the feature-length two-part episode "Planet of the Slave Girls". ITV broadcast Buck Rogers in an early Saturday evening slot, where it competed against, and beat, the BBC's long-running science
The theatrical version of the pilot film was released on VHS, Betamax and Laserdisc in 1981. A handful of the episodes were issued in the US in 1985 by MCA Home Video. Those episodes were "Vegas in Space", "Space Vampire", "Return of the Righting 69th", "Unchained Woman", "A Blast for Buck", "Happy Birthday Buck", "Space Rockers" and "The Guardians". In 1987, a single episode, "Ardala Returns", was released by Goodtimes Home Video, a budget release company. The same MCA tapes were re-released in
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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century is a 1979 American science fiction film directed by Daniel Haller. Starring Gil Gerard in the title role and Erin Gray as Colonel Wilma Deering, it was produced by Glen A. Larson who co-wrote the screenplay with Leslie Stevens, based on the character Buck Rogers which was created by Philip Francis Nowlan in 1928. Originally made as a television movie pilot, Universal Studios opted to release the film theatrically several months before the subsequent television ser
In 1987, NASA astronaut Captain William "Buck" Rogers is piloting the space shuttle Ranger 3 when he flies into an unexpected space phenomenon and is frozen for 504 years. In the year 2491, his shuttle is found drifting in space by the alien ship Draconia, which is headed to Earth for a trade conference, under the command of Princess Ardala and her aide de camp, Kane, a former native of Earth. Rogers is revived from his cryogenic sleep. Princess Ardala is visibly attracted to Buck, though Kane a
Inspired by the massive success of Star Wars two years earlier, Universal began developing Buck Rogers for television, spearheaded by Glen A. Larson, who had a production deal with the studio. Initially, Larson and Universal had planned on making a series of Buck Rogers TV movies for NBC. Production began in 1978, however, the pilot for Larson's other sci-fi series, Battlestar Galactica, had been released theatrically in some countries and in key locations in North America, and had done well at
The movie's opening credits featured a song, "Suspension", sung by Kipp Lennon and co-written by Glen A. Larson. An instrumental version of the song was used as the main theme for the television series that followed, though the vocal version of the song was used again for the ending credits of the season one finale, "Flight of the War Witch".
The movie received a mixed reception from critics. The film opened in the United States and Canada in 935 theaters and grossed $4,579,500 in its opening weekend. It expanded the following weekend to 1,405 theaters, grossing $10,576,452 in its first 10 days.
2405: Norvo Tigan is scheduled to be released from prison. (DS9: "Prodigal Daughter")2407: Christopher Pike states the USS Discovery would reach Terralysium in this year using just warp power. (DIS: "New Eden")
- Alternate Timeline Events
The following events take place in an alternate timeline in which Alexander Rozhenko choses to never become a Klingon warrior. (TNG: "Firstborn") 1. Alexander announces that the House of Mogh is ending its feud, adding that there would be no more retribution or revenge. Though warned by his father, Worf, the enemies of the Great House see Alexander's weakness and move against him, resulting in the death of Worf on the floor of the Great Council Chamber. 2. 2410: Alexander travels back to 2370in the hopes of convincing his past self to become a warrior, thus avoiding the death of his father. The following events take place in an alternate timeline in which the USS Voyagerdoes not enter the Borg transwarp conduit network and return to Earth in 2378. (VOY: "Endgame") 1. 2400: Harry Kim is promoted to captain and given command of the USS Rhode Island. The Rhode Island departs on a four-year exploration mission. 2. 2400: Sabrina is born to Naomi Wildman. 3. 2404: The Doctornames himself...
25th century productions
1. DS9: "The Visitor" (in part) 2. VOY: "Endgame" (in part)
1. Going by Data's statement that the The energy ribbon from Star Trek Generations passes through the Milky Way Galaxyevery 39.1 years, it can be expected to return in 2410, 2449, and 2488.
1. In the game Star Trek Online, Humans reach the Delta Quadrant in the year 2410, along with the Romulan Republic and the Klingon Empire, through the use of Dyson spheres and Iconian gateways. This contradicts the Q's prediction of Humans reaching the Delta Quadrant in 2472. This year also sees the Iconians return from exile in the Andromeda Galaxyand engage in a massive invasion of the Milky Way, forcing all the major powers of the galaxy to join together to fight them.
Feb 08, 2021 · The 25th Century is a span of 100 Earth years that started in 2401. The current year, 2411, is set in this century, which will end with the year 2500.