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Monday, March 19, 2012

How nice to know that it the distant future we'll all still have '70s hair:

Between you and me, I'm not exactly sure what's going on in the above pic, but whatever it is, it doesn't look good ..

10 comments:

Marco said...

At first I thought this was from "Space 1999" but alas that picture is even too cheesy for that show. Do you know the show it's from?

Dex1138 said...

I;m not 100% certain but I think that's from the Saturday morning show, Ark II.

But then again, all scifi on Saturday morning looked like that...

joe said...

Marco and Dex: Not sure what the show is. Maybe I'll do an image search for "Ark II". The girl looks familiar but can't quite remember who she is.

Janet said...

Might be Pamelyn Ferdin.

joe said...

Yeah it kind of looks like her.

Mitchell Craig said...

The still is from Space Academy, which was produced by Filmation after Ark II. And yes, that is Pamelyn Ferdin.

You're welcome.

joe said...

Thanks Mitch!

lazlo1988 said...

Its definitely Space Academy .

If you love those '70s Saturday morning TV shows, I recommend this site:

http://www.70slivekidvid.com/main.htm

It has, among others, a section on Space Academy . Here's an excerpt:

"A group of young adults with various powers, skills, and backgrounds came together at the Space Academy. Under the guidance of Commander Isaac Gampu, the crew of Space Academy encountered new lifeforms, planets and civilization as part of their training and mission. One of the first things they encountered was Loki, a young boy with the power of invisibility. Aiding the team in their mission was Peepo, a short robot with its own personality. Each adventure provided a learning experience for the crew and almost all of the stories had a moral to them (it was produced by Filmation, so it should be expected). "

Darrin.. said...

That Darn Dr. Smith is planning something sinister!

joe said...

Lazlo: Don't think I ever watched it. I was strictly a cartoon fan on Saturday mornings.

Darrin: I wonder if he did anything besides space tv shows. I don't remember if he was a villain in this one.

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