Logan, Jessica, and Rem meet some people who are actually aliens who have assumed human form by taking the body of people they encountered. Logan and Jessica are held captive. The aliens ... See full summary »

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Logan, Jessica, and Rem meet some people who are actually aliens who have assumed human form by taking the body of people they encountered. Logan and Jessica are held captive. The aliens take an interest in Rem because they need his parts to repair a device that they use to transport to and from their home world. A man who's among the ones they tried to capture and take over helps Logan and Jessica and they try to save Rem. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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6 February 1978 (USA)  »

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Last show of the series. See more »

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[Logan, Jessica and Timon find Rem partially dismantled in a laboratory]
Timon: So you're Rem. You look...
Rem: Well, I have looked better. I'm spread a little thin at the moment.
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The end of the road for Logan
30 October 2013 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Written by Dennis O' Neil ( a writer of both D.C. and Marvel Comics ) and directed by Curtis Harrington ( responsible for Basil Rathbone's final film 'Queen Of Blood' ), 'Stargate' was the final 'Logan's Run' television episode. It begins in a similar fashion to the preceding episode 'Turnabout' with our heroes finding someone in the desert and helping them only to be caught and taken a nearby community. 'Morah' ( Paul Carr ) is the leader of a gang of aliens working to establish a matter transporter to bring their people to Earth in order to take it over. Their own world is almost dead. They steal parts from Rem, and make duplicates of Logan and Jessica. But they have a weakness; they do not like low temperatures, and Logan exploits this at the end.

If 'Stargate' disappoints as a series finale, that is because it was not intended to be one. The impression given by the final scene is that Logan and his friends will be having another adventure next week. It is a formulaic story of alien invasion, and would have been greatly improved in my view by the inclusion of Randy Powell's 'Francis'.

Though the series flopped in the States, here in Britain it was far more successful, frequently making the top twenty list of most watched programmes of the week, and trouncing its main rival - Tom Baker's 'Dr.Who' - on B.B.C.-1. The magazine 'Look-In' ran a comic-strip, and there was an Annual published in time for the Christmas market. Though the 'Logan's Run' movie has been shown countless times over the years, the series was surprisingly ignored until 2006 when the U.K. Sci-Fi Channel repeated it ( the pilot being edited into a two-part adventure ). In 2012, Logan,Jessica and Rem ran again, this time on D.V.D.


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