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Trapped in Space (1995)

After an accident during a routine trip to Venus, a spaceship has only enough oxygen left for three people... out of five on board.

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(short story "Breaking Strain"), (teleplay) (as Arlington Hughes) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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MacNeil
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Grant
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Palmer
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Issacs
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Gillings
Kevin Colson ...
Captain Michael Howard
Mark Lee ...
Tug 1st Officer
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Tug Pilot
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Tug Medic
Francine Bell ...
IPNN Newscaster #1
Tania Martin ...
IPNN Newscaster #2
Michael Mills ...
1st Tugman
James Stewart ...
2nd Tugman (as Jamie Stewart)
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Storyline

After an asteroid has collided with their spaceship, the five astronauts aboard suddenly have to decide who's to live and who's to die, since the crash has left their oxygen supply almost depleted. The initially cosy atmosphere soon turns grim and hostile, as a nerve-racking fight for survival ensues, no holds barred... Written by Swie Tio <sweet_t@dds.nl>

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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21 January 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Acidente Espacial  »

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Exposure to vacuum does not cause the violent effects shown. See more »

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A Surprise!
19 April 2003 | by (Newfoundland, Canada) – See all my reviews

This is much better than I expected it to be. I mean it stars Jack Wagner fer crying out loud! That it's as entertaining as this is amazes me. And you know Wagner is actually pretty good here as his character was given the most depth and personality...and I actually liked him in this!? That's never happened to me before. Jack Coleman's Grant stands out as well even if his character is never fully developed. Coleman still manages to add something mysterious to the character with his mannerisms and expression. The best thing I like about this film though is the ending which raises it above the norm in terms of 90s Science Fiction television films.


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