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Hyperspace (1984)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Comedy | September 1984 (USA)
Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions.

Director:

Todd Durham

Writers:

Todd Durham (created by), Todd Durham
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alan Marx Alan Marx ... Max
Paula Poundstone ... Karen
Chris Elliott ... Hopper
Robert Bloodworth Robert Bloodworth ... Lord Buckethead (credit only)
R.C. Nanney R.C. Nanney ... Chester / Captain Starfighter
Lisa Huss Lisa Huss ... Alien
Gordon Petersen Gordon Petersen ... Alien
Susan Gellner Susan Gellner ... Alien
Lane Davidson Lane Davidson ... Alien
Joy Laurens Joy Laurens ... Alien
John Davis John Davis ... Alien
Dave Hager ... Chief Norman (as David Hager)
Kevin O'Reilly Kevin O'Reilly ... Father Cleary
Fred Stevenson Fred Stevenson ... Colonel Lax
Steve Howard Steve Howard ... Mr. Uker
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Storyline

Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions.

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The Fate of Mankind Hangs in the Balance ... See more »

Genres:

Sci-Fi | Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Director Todd Durham challenged the political candidate Lord Buckethead over the right to the name, requiring Lord Buckethead to rechristen themselves as Count Binface. A separate candidate called Lord Buckethead, a member of the Monster Raving Looney Party and with the support of Durham, then announced his candidacy for the same parliamentary seat as Binface. Both will stand against incumbent Prime Minister Boris Johnson See more »

Quotes

Karen: [during the flying rocket-propelled shopping cart chase] This is embarrassing.
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Connections

References Jaws (1975) See more »

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6 April 2011 | by pantagruellaSee all my reviews

Some films become part of your life, they provide a vocabulary, inform your life, prevent you from going into business. This is one of the greats. It doesn't have to be defended, No excuses need to be offered. This is a superlative film.

The father of those kids is one of the greatest fathers. He's an every man. Someone we can all relate to.

The pest control hero who wants to get into management. That is a hero indeed, reluctant, but eventually pulls his weight.

The girl at the garage. She is lovely, a little hoarse, but quick-witted and spirited.

The UFO expert is enthused and informed. He is up against it with the local radio audience, but he has right on his side.

The couple that runs the bakery. They don't panic easily. I could taste one of those fritters now.

The car chase. One of the ten best in films.

The villain. Another great. Much better than john Travolta in the Punisher.

The funeral for the cow is a touching surprise in an all-action film.

The evocation of the simple pleasures of country life such as night fishing will always be with me.

The reference to King Lear as a man who takes crazy risks.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 1984 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Gremlords See more »

Filming Locations:

Shelby, North Carolina, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Regency Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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