While exploring a cavern in an asteroid, the Alphans release Balor, a sadistic alien who has achieved immortality.

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While exploring a cavern in an asteroid, the Alphans release Balor, a sadistic alien who has achieved immortality.

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One of the five series episodes to be adapted by Power Records in the mid-70s as an audio drama for children. The basic plot of the episode remained unchanged, though it is strongly compressed, with the Baxter subplot given extremely little time by comparison to the televised version. See more »

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When Balor is blown out the airlock he is shown floating freely in space. The gravity of the moon would simply have pulled him back down to the lunar surface after a short distance. See more »

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[first lines]
Mike Baxter: We're just preparing the charges now.
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One's best episode
5 April 2017 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

Space 1999 is enjoyable series but some unbelievable situation is hard to stand but in this episode is quite good about an immortal man who was take away from his planet inside of an asteroid,this story is weird too but the plot is very clever....Balor the immortal alien show his face when he try take Alpha's control....very interesting premise!!


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