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Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation

a_contributor writes about UFO

Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

1970

TV: UFO.
Creator: Gerry Anderson

harlingtonstraker writes about UFO.

Encapsulated. Would you recommend this? why?

25 years ahead of its time.

A brilliant merge of Anderson's models, great stories, engaging characters and wonderful purple-haired Moonbase operatives. What more could you ever want?

Time and Space: When and where I first encountered it

Around 1977 I was 9, and remeber my elder brother watching it and I just settled down and watched - never looked back.

Recollection and revelations

Just the total weirdness - mad cars, madder haor-dos, aliens beathing liquid, submarines, space fighters, trcked vehicles, moonbases, underground hidden bases, explosions, mind control etc - evertything a lad needs.

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