"Vegas in Space"
Series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Season 1, Episode 3
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Air date October 4th, 1979
Writers Anne Collins
Director Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
Producers John Gaynor; Medora Heilbron; Bruce Lansbury; Glen A. Larson; David J. O'Connell; David G. Phinney
Starring Gil Gerard; Erin Gray; Tim O'Connor
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"Vegas in Space" is the third episode of season one of the American science fiction television series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. The series is based on the original Buck Rogers comic strip created by Philip Francis Nolan. The episode was directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr. with a script written by Anne Collins. It first aired on ABC on Thursday, October 4th, 1979.

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Starring[edit | edit source]

Actor Role
Gil Gerard Captain William "Buck" Rogers
Erin Gray Colonel Wilma Deering
Tim O'Connor Doctor Elias Huer

Guest Starring[edit | edit source]

Actor Role
Richard Lynch Morgan Velosi
Ana Alicia Felina Redding
Juanin Clay Major Marla Landers
Pamela Susan Shoop Tangie
James Luisi Hood
Cesar Romero Amos Armat

Co-Starring[edit | edit source]

Actor Role
Joseph Wiseman Carl Morphus
Felix Silla Twiki
Mel Blanc Twiki
Alice Frost Rita
Ted Chapman Man

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Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • Buck Rogers: I was cheating. I was using my brain, which is something the average run-of-the-mill customer stopped doing a long time ago

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