Posted Fri Oct 8, 2010 at 08:00 AM PDT by Tom Landy
The classic 1975 science fiction TV series will be blasting off in high-definition this November!
In an early announcement to retailers, it seems A&E is planning to bring 'Space 1999: The Complete Season One' to Blu-ray on November 30.
The release will be a seven disc set (5 Blu-rays, 2 DVDs) with restored 1080p video, a new Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack (as well as the original mono), and will include loads of supplements: Gerry Anderson Audio Commentaries on "Breakaway" and "Dragon's Domain"; Music-Only Tracks on All Episodes Except "Breakaway" and "Dragon's Domain"; Extensive HD Image Galleries of Rare and Previously Unseen Stills; HD Image Galleries of Gum and Cigarette Cards; HD Restored, Textless Titles; "These Episodes" Featurettes; "Memories of Space" Featurette; Sylvia Anderson Interview; Season 1 Textless Generic Titles; "Concept and Creation" Featurette; Special Effects and Design Featurette; Text Episode Commentaries on "The Last Sunset" and "Space Brain"; "Clapperboard" Two-Part Special On The Work of Gerry Anderson from 1975; "Guardian of Piri Remembered"; Barry Gray's Theme Demo; Alternative Opening and Closing Titles; Martin Landau and Barbara Bain U.S. Premiere Intro and Outro; and SFX Plates and Deleted SFX Scenes with Music Track.
Suggested list price for this set will be $99.95.
You can find the latest specs for 'Space 1999: The Complete Season One' linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it's indexed under November 30.
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