Retroist Project UFO Podcast

Retroist Project UFO Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Project UFO Podcast. Finally the episode you have all be clamoring for, the late 1970’s 2 season powerhouse, Project UFO. On today’s show I talk all about this Jack Webb produced Sci-Fi classic. I start off talking about my night spent in a mosquito infested field staring up at the starts, then I talk about the show’s stars, its premise, production and much much more.

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10 thoughts on “Retroist Project UFO Podcast

  1. John says:

    Awesome. Can’t wait to listen to it. There’s very little about this show on the web. Next maybe you’ll consider doing Jonny Quest ;)

  2. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Thanks for this one!
    A very rarely discussed show. I’ll join the call for a DVD set to come out.
    We watched this show every week in our house, being insatiable UFO buffs.
    Here in Eastern Canada, the show was indeed called Project UFO (found a 1978 listing in an old newspaper) but I do recall some title confusion about the similarity with the Project Blue Book inspiration.
    Maybe some non-TV Guide PR used the alternate in some of the many UFO mags at the time.

  3. @AAS I have yet to find a good explanation for the confusion, but with stuff like this I am willing to give people the benefit of the doubt on their memories.

  4. Bill Bossert says:

    Loved the “Project UFO” podcast. When I found out you were covering this show, the theme from season 1 immediately popped into my head. It’s amazing how something like music from a 30 year old tv show can stick with you! Hope you do get around to doing Gerry Anderson’s “UFO”…and maybe Space:1999? Season 1 of that series just came out on Blu-Ray and it looks fantastic. Keep up the great work!

  5. mwentworth says:

    Gonna have to add my voice to the minority report as well. I remember seeing Project Bluebook as the the title on the screen, or maybe just the first text that was shown in the opening sequence.

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