My Life in Science Fiction - Netflix
Accompanying BBC Two's landmark history of Science Fiction, "Tomorrow's Worlds", these exclusive iPlayer films give three contrasting, but revealing, insights into the world of Science Fiction. In "Stories from the Stars", leading actors including William Shatner, Rutger Hauer, Nichelle Nichols and Richard Dreyfuss share surprising and entertaining on- and off-set anecdotes. In "Invasion of the Fans", an assortment of British SF enthusiasts share their passions, from dressing up as Cybermen to founding a Jedi religion. And in "Days of Fear and Wonder" Geek Syndicate podcasters - David Monteith and Barry Nugent - review the British Film Institute's blockbuster Science Fiction film season "Days of Fear and Wonder".
Runtime: 20 minutes
My Life in Science Fiction - Science Fiction Theatre - Netflix
Science Fiction Theatre is an American science-fiction anthology series syndicated and broadcast from 1955 to 1957. It was produced by Ivan Tors and Maurice Ziv. A total of 78 episodes was produced.
My Life in Science Fiction - Intro and outro - Netflix
Each episode was introduced by a stirring brass, string, and woodwind fanfare (most likely composed by Ray Bloch, longtime music director for Ed Sullivan), while the camera panned over a science laboratory. Then, Bradley showed a simple scientific experiment which was related to the topic of that week's show. Bradley's demonstrations were often staged, but yielded results consistent with the outcome of true experiments. He was always careful to point out that the story presented was fictional; that “it did not happen.” Because of the limited budgets and intense production schedules of ZIV episodic television shows, most of the scientific, and not-so-scientific apparatus appears again and again as props with many different functions. First lines of each episode:Host: “How do you do, ladies and gentlemen. I'm your host, Truman Bradley.” Last lines of each episode:Host: “I hope you enjoyed our story. We'll be back one week from today with another exciting adventure from the world of fiction and science. Until then, this is your host, Truman Bradley, saying, see you next week.”
My Life in Science Fiction - References - Netflix