Space: 1999: Season 1, Episode 8

Dragon's Domain (23 Oct. 1975)

TV Episode  -   -  Adventure | Drama | Sci-Fi
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Discredited eagle pilot Tony Cellini is beset by recurring nightmares in which he was the only survivor of disastrous space mission. Now the moon is approaching the same set of circumstances that Cellini encountered.

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Barry Morse ...
Gianni Garko ...
Tony Cellini
Douglas Wilmer ...
Commissioner Dixon
Prentis Hancock ...
Clifton Jones ...
Zienia Merton ...
Anton Phillips ...
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Dr. Monique Bouchere (as Barbara Kellermann)
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Dr. Darwin King
Susan Jameson ...
Professor Juliet Mackie
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Discredited eagle pilot Tony Cellini is beset by recurring nightmares in which he was the only survivor of disastrous space mission. Now the moon is approaching the same set of circumstances that Cellini encountered.

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Much of Tony Cellini's role in the original script was meant for Alan Carter. See more »

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Visible wire pulling monster's tentacles. See more »

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[first lines]
Dr. Helena Russell: [voice over] It was the eight hundredth and seventy seventh day since our moon left Earth. We were between galaxies drifting through empty space, when Tony Cellini began to believe that he was closing for a second time with his mortal enemy.
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Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor
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composed by Tomaso Albinoni
arranged by Alain Lombard
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Very good episode
19 July 2011 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

I usually evaluate an episode knowing when it was done and technology available so I can understand how much effort was done to film the episode. Space came out in time where TV was not used to quality productions and always a happy ending. Dragon's domain was one of the scariest episode I watched along with the ending of Force of life. The monster -for its time and costs - was beautifully done and you see even when it excrete its victims. It is "Alien" in Space 1999. As for the story we see human drama in this episode, something that Space was criticized for not caring too much. This show was contemporary with 6 million dollar man, bionic woman, wonder woman, etc..


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