UFO

Season 1 Episode 16

The Man Who Came Back

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Aired Unknown Feb 03, 1971 on ITV
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"It was just one of those inexplicable moments. Like walking over a grave." Reported missing, presumed dead, after a UFO incident which has left SID disabled, astronaut Craig Collins turns up alive and well. But as an operation to complete repair work on SID is planned, Colonel Lake and Colonel Grey discover that Collins is not the man he used to be...moreless

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    Wanda Ventham

    Wanda Ventham

    Colonel Virginia Lake

    George Sewell

    George Sewell

    Colonel Alec Freeman

    Michael Billington

    Michael Billington

    Colonel Paul Foster

    Ed Bishop

    Ed Bishop

    Commander Ed Straker

    Peter Gordeno

    Peter Gordeno

    Captan Peter Carlin

    Gabrielle Drake

    Gabrielle Drake

    Lt. Gay Ellis

    Derren Nesbitt

    Derren Nesbitt

    Colonel Craig Collins

    Guest Star

    Gary Raymond

    Gary Raymond

    Colonel John Grey

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    Roland Culver

    Roland Culver

    Sir Esmond

    Guest Star

    Dolores Mantez

    Dolores Mantez

    Lt. Nina Barry

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    Antonia Ellis (II)

    Antonia Ellis (II)

    Lt. Joan Harrington

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      • The launch vehicle and launchpad for Straker and Collins are the same models used in Gerry Anderson's previous live-action movie, "Doppelgänger," aka "Journey to the Far Side of the Sun." However, some launch scenes were newly shot for the episode, since the Eurosec logo on the movie rocket was painted over for close-up shots. Also, while the crew module exits the final stage of the rocket in a style reminiscent of the film, the model interiors in that scene are in fact completely different.

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