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The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space (1995)

TV Movie  -   -  Adventure | Comedy | Sci-Fi  -  1 December 1995 (USA)
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The forces of evil are attempting to recapture a human-inhabited Earth-like planet that has been liberated by rebels. The son of one of the rebel leaders, an electronic genius, searches the... See full summary »

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Ty Farrel / Captain Zoom
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Princess Tyra, Pangea's Leader
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Lord Vox of Vestron
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Vesper, Vox's High Priestess
Duane Davis ...
Simulus, the Helmet Head Warrior
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Baley, Tyra's Brother
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Sagan, High Priestess of Pangea
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Happy, Zoom's TV Sidekick
Lloyd Berry ...
Zelantny
David Mylrea ...
Dr. Yal-Tem
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Pangean Girl
Bill Croft ...
Lt. Zorg, Vox Henchman
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Vestron Guard
Randy Schooley ...
Sentry
Terry Howson ...
The Great Rea
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The forces of evil are attempting to recapture a human-inhabited Earth-like planet that has been liberated by rebels. The son of one of the rebel leaders, an electronic genius, searches the galaxy for a hero and finds Captain Zoom, star of a 1950s TV series. He is transported to the planet as its savior, which role he must play despite himself. Written by Bruce Cameron <dumarest@midcoast.com>

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In a time of evil, in a distant galaxy, a planet under siege awaits a hero.


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Lord Vox of Vestron: You're the high priestess of our people, it would be like making love to my mother. And I never enjoyed that.
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Silly and Schlock filled, but funny
17 January 1999 | by (Rolla, MO) – See all my reviews

A fifties sci-fi TV series star suddenly finds himself in space, with people who believe he's a real hero. That's about as much plot as you need to apply to "Captain Zoom." It pays homage to the old serials and movies, with the characters buzzing around in spaceships with tail fins and red tail lights, and Ron Perlman doing a take off on "Ming the Merciless." Geared for the kids, but adults can enjoy it too, just check your brain in at the door.


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