Space: 1999

Original Pencil Drawn Storyboard Display - Testament of Arcadia (Sc24)

Stock #30015

“You mean, people killed people, just because they were different from each other? That's disgusting.”

A page of original pencil drawn storyboards used in the production of classic 1975 to 1977 sci-fi drama series Space: 1999. The crew of Moonbase Alpha must struggle to survive when a massive explosion throws the Moon from orbit into deep space.

These images were created to visualise some of the key miniature model scenes that featured in the season one (also known as 'Year One') penultimate episode The Testament of Arcadia. The page features four individual hand drawn images of an Eagle spaceship landing on the planet Arcadia, all of which have a thick red cross denoting that that moment had been successfully captured on film. They have been drawn on a printed page template and details such as a brief description and scene numbers have been written in black ink.

Original artwork from the highly regarded Gerry Anderson show is incredibly rare, and this fantastic page is presented in a stunning bespoke display with laser cut mount board incorporating the memorable movie title.

Materials: Paper, wood, Ferrous Metals, Plastic.

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Item size - 17.32" x 20.08" x 0.98" (43.99cm x 51cm x 2.49cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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