In the mid-1980's Gerry Anderson - the man behind cult classics like Fireball XL5, Thunderbirds, Space:1999 - came up with a concept for an exciting new television series. Together with long-time collaborator Tony Barwick, Gerry wrote and shot the pilot story for Space Police. Once the pilot was complete it would take nearly 10 years to secure the funding to make the series which was eventually renamed Space Precinct.
Now, for the first time, the original screenplay of this untransmitted pilot film is available for Gerry Anderson fans worldwide to enjoy!
Features an introduction by Jamie Anderson and a foreword by Shane Rimmer.
Details: 8x10" - 145 pages
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Great edition to my lost worlds collection. Being such a fan of space prescient it’s really nice to see where it all came from in the very well written script
Is what it is. Good to have a copy of the pilot other than subsequent trailers.