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Galaxy of Terror ()


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Science fiction suspense thriller, in which a rescue space ship crew meets up with horrors projected by their own imaginations.

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Cabren
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Alluma
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Kore
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Commander Ilvar
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Baelon
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Ranger
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Dameia
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Quuhod
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Captain Trantor
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Cos
Mary Ellen O'Neill ...
Mitri
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenny Myers ...
Dead spaceship crew member (uncredited)
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Shadow monster (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bruce D. Clark ... (as B.D. Clark)

Written by

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Marc Siegler ... (written by) &
Bruce D. Clark ... (written by) (as B.D. Clark)
 
William Stout ... (outline) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Roger Corman ... producer
Marc Siegler ... co-producer

Music by

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Barry Schrader

Cinematography by

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Jacques Haitkin ... director of photography
Austin McKinney ... (uncredited)

Film Editing by

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Larry Bock
R.J. Kizer
Barry Zetlin

Editorial Department

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John K. Adams ... assistant editor
Clark Henderson ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Lisa Mionie

Production Design by

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James Cameron
Robert Skotak

Art Direction by

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Steve Graziani
Alex Hajdu

Set Decoration by

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K.C. Scheibel
Bill Paxton ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Timaree McCormick

Makeup Department

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R. Christopher Biggs ... prosthetics fabrication (as Chris Biggs)
Larry S. Carr ... prosthetics fabrication (as Larry Carr)
Sue Dolph ... makeup artist
Alec Gillis ... prosthetics fabrication
Karen Kubeck ... special makeup effects artist: assistant makeup artist
Iya Labunka ... prosthetics fabrication
Kenny Myers ... first assistant makeup effects (as Kenny Meyers)
Tom Schwartz ... prosthetics fabrication
Thom Shouse ... special makeup effects supervisor
Peter Tothpal ... hair stylist
Brian Wade ... prosthetics fabrication
Allan A. Apone ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Kevin Shanks ... effects makeup assistant (uncredited)

Production Management

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William T. Conway ... production manager: second unit (as Bill Conway)
Mary Ann Fisher ... executive in charge of production
Ellen K. Hanson ... post-production supervisor
Aaron Lipstadt ... production manager
Charles Skouras III ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Allan ... assistant director: second unit (as Mark Allen)
James Cameron ... second unit director
Betsy Magruder ... second assistant director
Peter Manoogian ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Francesca Bartoccini ... property master
Pamela Canzano ... assistant props (as Pam Canzano)
Forrest Chadwick ... lead carpenter
Phil Thomas Jr. ... construction supervisor (as Philip Thomas)
Pamela B. Warner ... props: second unit (as Pam Warner)
Sol Aquino ... props and sets (uncredited)
Brian Hanish ... props: electronics (uncredited)
Rick Moore ... graphic artist (uncredited)
Mark A. Shelton ... art department electrician (uncredited)
Robert Short ... weapon designer (uncredited)
Wayne Springfield ... property maker (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ken Beauchene ... sound (as Ken Beauchane)
Stephen Hunter Flick ... sound effects editor
Galen Handy ... audio consultant (as Galen Handee)
Stephen Purvis ... dialogue editor (as Steve Purvis)
David Lewis Yewdall ... supervising sound editor
David E. Stone ... sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Allan A. Apone ... mechanical effects (as Al Apone)
Steve Neill ... mechanical effects
Rick Stratton ... mechanical effects
Douglas J. White ... mechanical effects (as Doug White)
Kevin Shanks ... special effects assistant (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Stephen Barncard ... special effects electronics
Steve Caldwell ... additional photography: special visual effects
Tom Campbell ... visual effects supervisor
Brian Chin ... model shop supervisor / stop motion animator
George D. Dodge ... additional photography: special visual effects (as George Dodge)
Mike Dubrow ... electronics engineer
Ernest Farino ... graphic animation designer (as Ernest D. Farino)
Randall Frakes ... camera operator: special visual effects (as Randy Frakes)
Deborah Gaydos ... assistant animator
Julia Gibson ... additional photography: special visual effects
Frank H. Isaacs ... camera operator: special visual effects (as Frank Isaacs)
Donald G. Jackson ... camera assistant: special visual effects (as Don Jackson)
Ron Lizorty ... miniature sculptor
Matthew McAllister ... special effects lighting (as Matt McAlister)
Austin McKinney ... director of photography: special visual effects
Sara Nelson ... effects coordinator
Eric Peterson ... camera assistant: special visual effects
Tony Randel ... optical supervisor (as Anthony Randel) / visual effects editor (as Anthony Randel)
Jay Roth ... model builder
Mark Sawicki ... graphic animation photography
Brent Scrivener ... model shop engineer (as Brent Scrivner)
Dennis Skotak ... supervising director of photography: special visual effects
Joseph Yanuzzi ... assistant effects editor
Ted Rae ... animation cameraman (uncredited)
Robert Skotak ... special visual effects (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kevin Brennan ... gaffer
Anne S. Coffey ... first assistant camera (as Ayne Coffey)
Steve Freidman ... electrician
Greg Gardiner ... best boy electric (as Greg Gardener)
Jim Grce ... electrician
Lawrence Karman ... electrician (as Larry Karman)
Nick Kelsh ... still photographer
David Lee Miller ... grip (as David Miller)
Mike Moad ... grip (as Mike Mohde)
Tracy Neftzger ... key grip
David W. Nims ... grip (as Dave Nims)
John Sorich ... best boy grip
Gary Wagner ... director of photography: second unit
Jerry Workman ... lighting consultant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jonathan David Young ... wardrobe master

Music Department

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Michael Hoenig ... performer: synthesizer

Other crew

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Jane Covner ... publicist
Rupert Harvey ... production accountant
Don Keith Opper ... production coordinator (as Don Opper)
Mark S. Thomas ... script supervisor (as Mark Thomas)
Whitney Scott Bain ... production assistant (uncredited)
Mike Chambers ... production assistant (uncredited)
David DeCoteau ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A spacecraft travels to a distant planet to rescue the crew of another spaceship that crashed, but their own craft, damaged in the landing, needs repair. Baelon commands the rescue team formed of his rival Cabren, Alluma, Dameia, Quuhod and the rookie Cos. While looking for but not finding survivors from the former expedition, Cos is murdered; however, they cannot leave the planet due to a projected electromagnetic field. Commander Ilvar joins the team to search for the cause of the interference, while Captain Trantor, technician Ranger and cook Kore stay in the craft. One by one, rescue team members are killed in weird situations materialized from their own fears by an ancient alien pyramid. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / revised by statmanjeff

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Taglines ALIEN was the beginning ... Hell Has Just Been Relocated! See more »
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Also Known As
  • La galaxie de la terreur (France)
  • La galaxia del terror (Spain)
  • Galaktyka terroru (Poland)
  • O pyrgos tis frikis (Greece)
  • Mindwarp: An Infinity of Terror
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Runtime
  • 81 min
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Budget $700,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia James Cameron got his first big career break working as a 2nd Unit Director on this film. When a scripted scene involved a severed arm covered with maggots coming alive, Cameron got the fake maggots to move by running a power drill line through the arm and plugging it into an electrical outlet. The producers were so impressed by Cameron's ingenuity that they immediately told him they had big plans for his future, and signed him to a directorial deal when production on GoT was over. See more »
Goofs Quuhod drops his crystal throwing star to remove one of the broken points from his arm. When this proves futile, the throwing star reappears in his hand. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Not of This Earth (1988). See more »
Crazy Credits End credits roll over the pyramid which glows blue as the wind can be heard blowing. See more »
Quotes Captain Trantor: They're too busy being heroes out there to talk to us. 'Fame is the food that dead men eat.'
[quoting Henry Austin Dobson's 1906 poem]
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