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Stingray (1964 TV series)
Stingray (1964 TV series)
Top: ocean shots were filmed in tanks containing dyed water. Each tank had an artificial horizon: the back wall had a low edge and the tank was overfi
Top: ocean shots were filmed in tanks containing dyed water. Each tank had an artificial horizon: the back wall had a low edge and the tank was overfilled to create a waterfall over it. Despite the complexity of this shot, in which Stingray and a Mechanical Fish leap out of the sea, it was filmed in one take. Bottom: rather than film underwater scenes in water, the crew "flew" puppets and models over a dry set with an aquarium mounted between the set and the camera to distort the lighting. Small fish were added to the aquarium to create
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A scene from the early American science fiction television program Captain Video and His Video Rangers which aired from 1949 to 1955
A scene from the early American science fiction television program Captain Video and His Video Rangers which aired from 1949 to 1955
Robot characters from the Japanese science fiction television series Ganbare!! Robocon were used to decorate this train car.
Robot characters from the Japanese science fiction television series Ganbare!! Robocon were used to decorate this train car.
Fans at a science fiction convention dressed as characters from Star Trek
Fans at a science fiction convention dressed as characters from Star Trek