The Cult-TV Faces of: Earth

Identified by Brian: Star Trek: “Tomorrow is Yesterday.”

Identified by Brian: Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s UFO (end credits)

Identified by Brian: Planet of the Apes (1974); opening credits.

Identified by Brian: Space:1999 “Another Time, Another Place.”


Identified by Brian: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: “Awakening.”

Identified by Brian: V: The Series  – “Liberation Day.”

Identified by Brian: Star Trek: The Next Generation: “Conspiracy.”

Identified by Brian: The X-Files: “Space.”



Identified by Brian: Farscape: “Premiere.”


10 responses to “The Cult-TV Faces of: Earth

  1. 1) Star Trek (Miri? Tomorrow Is Yesterday? Assignment Earth?)2) UFO3) Planet of the Apes (?)4) Space: 1999 (Another Time Another Place)5) a bit too generic to tell (reminds me of the famous Apollo 17 photo.)6) Buck Rogers in the 25th Century7) Hmm, V ?8) Star Trek: TNG9) That looks like an actual satellite launch from the Space Shuttle!10) Nice space station, but I can't place it.11) unknown… possibly Lexx?12) unknown… perhaps Crichton's module from Farscape? (though it looks like a regular shuttle to me.)

  2. 1 Star Trek Original3. Planet of the Apes TC6. Buck Rogers8 Star Trek TNG12 Odyssey 5 (?)

  3. #2 looks like the end credit sequence from "U.F.O."

  4. Hi everyone,You're all doing great on the cult tv faces of Earth, which I accidentally scheduled a day early and didn't realize, since I was hip deep in deadlines. Argh!Anyway, Brian, you took a whole bunch of those off the table, with jdigriz and Will doing very well too.The ones still in play are # 5, #9, #10, and #11Great job all!best,John

  5. 5. Galactica:1980 "Galactica Discovers Earth"

  6. Hello, Howard my friend."Galactica Discovers Earth" is a brilliant supposition for this image, and this image might have been recycled in that episode of Galactica 1980. However, I pulled the actual image from another production (also by Universal). But from a few years earlier.All my best,John

  7. I'm going to take a guess that #9 is the first season episode of The X-Files involving the astronaut and the Face on Mars.#11 still bugs me…almost looks like a Shadow vessel from Babyon 5, but I can't think of an episode that matches it…Given your clue for #5, I'll put forth The Six Million Dollar Man as a likely source.

  8. John, based on your clue, I'd have to guess that this is from the episode of The Six Million Dollar Man where Steve goes back into space.

  9. Hi folks,Brian: You are right about # 9, that real life stock footage appeared in the context of the early X-Files season one episode "Space." Well done, sir.Both you and Howard are on the right track thinking about The Six Million Dollar Man, but instead, consider his sister…Great job to both you and Howard…you're narrowing it down!regards,John

  10. OK, # 5 has to be from "The Bionic Woman," but I have no clue as to which episode. Is # 10 from "Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict?"

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