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Mark Hamill and Brion James have both worked with Harrison Ford. Mark Hamill starred opposite Harrison Ford in the "Star Wars" trilogy and Brion James starred opposite Harrison Ford in "Blade Runner". See more »
The bolts of light from the weapons fired in space always seem to take pretty much the same time to move across the screen, no matter whether they're supposed to be moving a few hundred feet across the front of a space station, a few miles across a city, or several hundred miles from orbit to Earth's surface. See more »
Strange that Mark Hamill could go from having one of the most enviable looking careers (in 1977) to being cast in low-budget junk like this. This movie would *still* have been bad if it was released in 1977. The effects are embarrassing and the script is lame. Who'd have guessed that Harrison Ford was the real future star in Star Wars?
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