Satan's Satellites... 57 Years Later

Satan's Satellites... 57 Years Later

Satan's Satellites opened on this day in 1958? Satan's what, you ask? Never heard of it? Maybe you know it better as Zombies of the Stratosphere, one of Leonard Nimoy's earliest credits. Here's what happened: Back in 1952, Republic Pictures launched their 12-part sci-fi serial starring Judd Holdren, Aline Towne, Wilson Wood, Lane Bradford, John Crawford, Craig Kelly, Ray Boyle and a very young Leonard Nimoy. The future Star Trek legend played Narab, one of a group of Martians that has invaded Earth and intends to make a hydrogen bomb in order to save their own planet (it's a long story). Fortunately, Larry Martin/Rocket Man (Holdren) saves the day.

Zombies of the Stratosphere Satan's Satellites
FringeZombies of the Stratosphere/Satan's Satellites, The Brain Eaters, The Twlight Zone, The Outer Limits, Star TrekInvasion of the Body SnatchersThe Pagemaster, Brave New World, Futurama, Fringe, Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Zombies of the Stratosphere

 

Tags
News
Star Trek
The Twilight Zone
Fringe
Nimoy
Twilight Zone
The Outer Limits
Leonard
Star Trek New
video