Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Season 1, Episode 7

Unchained Woman (1 Nov. 1979)

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Buck Rogers takes the place of a convict so he can spring Jen Burton out of jail. The young woman had taken the blame for crimes committed by her boyfriend, Malary Pantera , and the ... See full summary »

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Jen Burton
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Malary Pantera (as Michael Delano)
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Twiki (voice)
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Buck Rogers takes the place of a convict so he can spring Jen Burton out of jail. The young woman had taken the blame for crimes committed by her boyfriend, Malary Pantera , and the Directorate wants her to testify against him. However, she still loves Pantera and refuses to cooperate. Further more, they have to cross a desert on foot to make it to the nearest spaceport and are being followed by a malfunctioning mechanical prison guard. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The ray-guns used are not the standard versions but a new and bulkier design. In some scenes when actors hold them they very obviously point their index finger away from the hand grip and use their middle-finger to activate the trigger. This is because the props dept. didn't build it with enough room to fit all their fingers on the grip. See more »

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Shuttle Captain: Prison approach, this is prisoner shuttle ILM-4, hauling up a new one for ya.
[glances back at the sleeping prisoner]
Shuttle Captain: A real lively one!
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Jamie Lee Curtis Vs Hugo, the angry android.
16 November 2007 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Jamie Lee Curtis stars as Jen, the girlfriend of criminal Malary Pantera, who selflessly takes the rap for her man's crimes, naively expecting to be rescued by the untrustworthy slimeball. Luckily for Jen, she is 'busted out' of her high-security prison by 'fellow inmate' Buck (Gil Gerard), who needs her to spill the beans on her boyfriend's racket. Unfortunately, however, the fugitives are pursued by a badly damaged, but very persistent android guard, who just won't quit until he has them back in custody.

A product of the late 70s, this one features all the trappings one should expect in a sci-fi show from that era: women wearing lip-gloss and sporting Farrah Fawcett hair-dos, rather weak special effects (spacecraft with heavy black matte lines, unconvincing rubber creatures, etc.) and cheap looking sets and props (made from fancy 'space-age' materials such as coloured perspex).

As always, the women are gorgeous: Jamie Lee looks damn fine in her tight outfit (which shows off her exceptionally hot body), Tara Buckman plays the latest pretty 'moll' of space gangster Pantera, and they are, of course, joined by the sexiest ever woman to pilot a spacecraft on TV, the always delicious Erin Gray as Col. Wilma Deering (who wears a red shiny Spandex outfit in this particular episode) .

Meanwhile, Gerard does his usual cheeky rogue act and throws a few poorly choreographed punches (along with some flimsy props), Hugo the relentless android kicks a couple of polystyrene rocks, and Twiki, the robot with the peculiarly shaped head, says a few quaint 70s phrases to the amusement of his 25th Century pals.

A very entertaining episode from this gloriously cheesy series.


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