The week of July 5th, 1987: A week picked by followers of theLogBook.com’s Facebook page! A week of orbital law enforcement, lycanthropy, astro-archaeology, and maybe even the devil himself. Travel back in prime time with us to the summer of ’87. (75:43) This episode has dropped early so it’s available for your holiday weekend road trip!
Right-click here and “save as”; if anyone burns a CD of this show, make sure to leave it in a portable CD player for future astro-archaeologists to discover in an abandoned building.
- This episode’s trading card sheet (PDF, 1.07mb)
- July 1987 on theLogBook’s Timeline
- Star Cops: An Instinct For Murder in the LogBook / watch it on YouTube
- Get a free Star Cops audio drama excerpt from Big Finish Productions
- Twilight Zone: Time And Teresa Golowitz / Voices In The Earth in the LogBook
- Twilight Zone DVDs in theLogBook.com Store
- Werewolf: Pilot in the LogBook
- Want to rent the set pieces from Voices In The Earth? You can! Still available from Modern Props: the main bridge station (see, Knowles didn’t beat it up too badly), another bridge control station, the giant five-foot-wide radar screen from the bridge, a slightly smaller radar console from the bridge, the wall panel from Knowles’ quarters, and – as seen in so many sci-fi shows and movies over the past 40 years – that tall vertical wall panel with a row of flashing horizontal lights. You know you want to.
- Werewolf Pilot in the LogBook / watch it on YouTube
- That Fort Smith, Arkansas Fox station actually has a fairly extensive Wikipedia entry, even if it showed up too late to air Werewolf. And yes, my very ’90s low-budget production work from that station can still be seen now.
- What was the #1 song this week?
- Music by Jahzzar
- If you like Retrogram, you’ll dig Earl’s books about Doctor Who – VWORP!1 and VWORP!2 – and his first volume of a guide to Star Trek, WARP!1 – they’re in theLogBook.com Store!
Commercial break from WBAL-TV, Baltimore, from the end of the July 10th Twilight Zone episodes:
Complete, unedited theme from Star Cops:
Werewolf Pilot Playlist!
Music (in order):
“Great Dark Spot” by Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA from the album Galaxy
“Birthday Cake” by Jahzzar from the album Wake Up
“Freaks” by Jahzzar from the album Wake Up
“Shine” by Jahzzar from the album Wake Up
“Pearl” by Phillip Gross from the album Katerstimmung