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Commander John Koenig (Character)
from "Space: 1999" (1975)

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Space: 1999: :  -- Clip: Show Opening
Space: 1999: :  -- The crew of Moonbase Alpha must struggle to survive when a massive explosion throws the Moon from orbit into deep space.

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Obviously the sort that is picked by the military to run things... See more »

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  1. Space: 1899 (2004) (V) Played by Martin Landau

  2. Cosmic Princess (1982) (TV) Played by Martin Landau

  3. Destination Moonbase-Alpha (1978) (TV) Played by Martin Landau
    ... aka "Space: 2100" - Japan (English title)
  4. "Space: 1999"
        - The Dorcons (1977) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
        - The Immunity Syndrome (1977) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
        - Devil's Planet (1977) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
        - Dorzak (1977) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
        - The Seance Spectre (1977) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
          (43 more)
  5. Journey Through the Black Sun (1976) (TV) Played by Martin Landau
  6. Alien Attack (1976) (TV) Played by Martin Landau

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From "Space: 1999: The Last Enemy (#1.24)" (1976)
[first lines]
Cmdr. John Koenig: Two planets.
David Kano: We'll be in range to survey the left-hand planet in 24 hours.
Sandra Benes: Still too distant for visual analysis, but the spectrographic analysis looks promising.
Dr. Helena Russell: Two planets. Be nice to have a choice, wouldn't it?
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