Space:1999 Logo 'End of Eternity'
by Johnny Byrne
1999 Cast

Moonbase Alpha discovers a passing asteroid that appears to have an internal atmosphere. Commander Koenig, Professor Bergman and Baxter investigate, using explosives to blast their way into the chamber within. But the explosion critically injures the sole occupant of the chamber, a tall humanoid man held in stasis. Koenig and the others return to Alpha with the alien, but Doctor Russell believes that he cannot be saved; however, the man then miraculously recovers from his injuries and introduces himself as Balor, a Progron scientist who has achieved immortality. Koenig discovers that Balor is also a dangerous psychopath who enjoys inflicting fear and pain, and who was imprisoned by his people for his crimes. Balor asks the commander to allow him to terrorise the base’s personnel for his eternal amusement, as he will keep alive forever with his powers of regeneration. Koenig refuses, and so Balor begins an unstoppable rampage of carnage and destruction throughout Alpha...

Martin Landau (Commander John Koenig), Barbara Bain (Doctor Helena Russell), Barry Morse (Professor Victor Bergman), Prentis Hancock (Paul Morrow), Nick Tate (Captain Alan Carter), Zienia Merton (Sandra Benes), Clifton Jones (David Kano), Anton Phillips (Doctor Bob Mathias), Suzanne Roquette (Tanya Alexander), Peter Bowles (Balor), Jim Smilie (Mike Baxter), Binu Balini, Sarah Bullen, Laurie Davis, Andrew Dempsey, Raymond Harris, Jan Rennison, Michael Stevens (Main Mission Operatives), Tony Allyn, Martin Grace, Quentin Pierre, Colin Skeaping, Eddie Stacey, Paul Weston (Security Guards), Uffe Neumann, Anthony Scott (Astronauts), Paul Kirby, Christopher Williams (Medics), Judith Hepburn, Kathy Mallory (Nurses), Laraine Humphreys (Information Girl), Alan Harris (Patient), Robert Atiko (Alphan)

Directed by Ray Austin
Produced by Sylvia Anderson
Series created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

UK (ATV Midlands):
November 20th, 1975

*Featuring Commander John Koenig, Doctor Helena Russell, Professor Victor Bergman, Paul Morrow, Captain Alan Carter, David Kano, Sandra Benes and Doctor Bob Mathias