Science Fiction Television: A History

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Notes

CHAPTER 1

1.
For more information on science fiction radio in the 1950s, see James F. Widner and Meade Frierson, III, Science Fiction on Radio: A Revised Look at 1950-1975 (Birmingham, AL: AFAB, 1996); and Patrick Lucanio and Gary Coville, Smokin' Rockets: The Romance of Technology in American Film, Radio, and Television, 1945-1962 (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002).
2.
For more on science fiction television in the 1950s, see Lucanio and Coville, Smokin' Rockets; as well as Patrick Lucanio and Gary Coville, American Science Fiction Television Series of the 1950s (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1998).
3.
On the science fiction novels and films of the 1950s, see M. Keith Booker, Monsters, Mushroom Clouds, and the Cold War (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2001).

CHAPTER 2

1.
Corey had appeared in thirty-six films from 1941 to 1951, before his blacklisting, then no more films until 1963. He did appear in an episode of television's The Untouchables in 1960, however.
2.
David Buxton, From the Avengers to Miami Vice: Form and Ideology in Television Series (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1990).
3.
Alain Carrazé and Hélène Oswald. The Prisoner: A Television Masterpiece. Trans. Christine Donougher (London: Virgin Publishing, 1995).
4.
That these original Klingons vaguely resemble Russians, or at least cold war stereotypes of Russians, gives the episode even more of a cold war flavor.

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