Space vessel moves deeper into space and her crew of 3 adults and 2 children battle several dangers while getting pulled into another universe.





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Episode credited cast:
TV Announcer
Dr. Tom Bowen
Joanna Dunham ...
Anna Bowen
Don Fellows ...
Jim Forbes
Martin Lev ...
David Bowen
Katharine Levy ...
Jane Masters
Capt. Harry Masters


The spaceship Antares, with a photon drive capable of accelerating it to the speed of light, leaves an Earth-orbiting space station. The Altares crew, two families of scientific specialists, journey at light speed with time-dilation to Alpha Centauri, where they launch several satellites to transmit information on the Centauri star system back to Earth and guide future manned vessels in exploring the region. The crew decides to proceed further into unknown space, and the Altares becomes caught in the gravitational field of a black hole, through which the Altares passes and is thrust into another universe! Written by Kevin McCorry <>

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9 December 1975 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Originally shot as a pilot for a series "The Day After Tomorrow", it was screened with the opening title removed, as a one-off film. See more »


Edited into Spaced Out (1979) See more »


Flight 76, Pt. 2
Written and performed by Walter Murphy
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I remember when this was on TV and I loved it!
15 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

UPdate!!!! - I found it online in full!!!! it's on the new myspace at this link - day-after-tomorrow-into-infinity-pilot-e/62069764

I have been looking for the name of this show for 20+ years as I remembered seeing it as a kid (about 9 at the time) and thinking WOW! I want to know more! for years I have been trying to tell people about the things expressed in the movie that really impressed me as a kid and inspired my interest in space and beyond! since I haven't seen it since it's original airing, I can't say how good the production or even the acting is, if it's like the space 1999 series stuff, it looks cheesy now, but for it's time was extremely interesting and on the older TV's with poor reception we missed a lot of detail anyway. I don't remember how long it even was, but it captivated me at the time, and I wanted more. I wish I could find this on DVD or something! I know now that it was meant to peak interest in Einstein's theory or general relativity and help explain space/time, and I guess in a way it did Just that for Me! after all I saw it once and 34+ years later I still remember it!

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