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The Plot to Kill a City, Part II
Season 1, Episode 7
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Air date October 18, 1979
Written by Alan Brennert
Directed by Dick Lowry
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"The Plot to Kill a City, Part II" is the seventh episode of the 1st season of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

Plot[]

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Synopsis[]

Buck's true identity is briefly questioned by one of Raphael Argus's girlfriends, Joella Cameron, but she goes along with the deception to assist Buck. However, his cover has been eventually blown when an informant named Barney Smith, who knew the real Argus, confirms he is an impostor. The Legion of Death discover Buck's true identity, but he manages to avoid being killed by the nefarious group of deadly assassins. By then, Buck has already learned the group's plan to destroy New Chicago, by sabotaging the city's antimatter power plant, and he and Joella race back to Earth to stop them.

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Cast[]

Episode Cast[]

  • Gil Gerard as Capt. William "Buck" Rogers
  • Erin Gray as Col. Wilma Deering
  • Tim O'Connor as Dr. Elias Huer
  • Frank Gorshin as Seton Kellogg
  • John Quade as Jolen Quince
  • Anthony James as Varek
  • James McEachin as Richard Selvan
  • Nancy DeCarl as Sherese
  • Markie Post as Joella Cameron
  • Robert Tessier as Marcos
  • James Sloyan as Barnard "Barney" Smith
  • Felix Silla as Twiki
  • Mel Blanc as Voice of Twiki
  • Victor Argo as Raphael Argus
  • Whitney Rydbeck as Hartsteen
  • Gwenn Mitchell as Ticket Clerk
  • Nonice Williams as Katrina
  • John Furlong as Cop #1
  • Mitch Reta as Technician
  • Richard Reed as Rowdy #1
  • Seamon Glass as Pirate
  • William Conrad as Voice of Narrator (uncredited)
  • Eric Server as Voice of Dr. Theopolis (uncredited)

Episode Crew[]

  • Directed by Dick Lowry
  • Written by Alan Brennert
  • Produced by Jock Gaynor, Medora Heilbron, Bruce Lansbury, Glen A. Larson, David J. O'Connell and David G. Phinney
  • Music by Stu Phillips
  • Cinematography by Ben Colman
  • Film Editors - Leon Ortiz-Gil and George Potter
  • Casting - Phil Benjamin
  • Art Directors - Bill Camden and Paul Peters
  • Set Decorator - Joanne MacDougall
  • Costume Designer - Sal Anthony

Production Management[]

  • Harker Wade - Unit Production Manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director[]

  • Frank Crawford - First Assistant Director
  • Gerald T. Olson - Second Assistant Director

Art Department[]

  • Jerry Allen - Model Builder
  • Ted Wilson - Carpenter (uncredited)

Sound Department[]

  • Earl Crain, Jr. - Sound
  • Dick Wahrman - Sound Effects Editor

Special Effects[]

  • Chuck Arrigo - Special Effects Coordinator (uncredited)

Visual Effects[]

  • Peter Anderson - Visual Effects Supervisor: Universal Hartland
  • David M. Garber - Miniature Effects
  • Wayne Smith - Miniature Effects

Camera and Electrical Department[]

  • Gary Armstrong - Assistant Camera
  • Kenneth Hale - First Assistant Camera

Music Department[]

  • Glen A. Larson - Composer: Theme Music
  • Herbert D. Woods - Music Editor
  • Johnny Harris - Composer: Theme Music (uncredited)
  • Stu Phillips - Composer: Theme Music (uncredited)

Additional Crew[]

  • Alan Brennert - Story Editor
  • Anne Collins - Story Consultant

References[]

External link[]


Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - Season 1
Awakening I Planet of the Slave Girls I Vegas in Space I The Plot to Kill a City, Part I I The Plot to Kill a City, Part II I Return of the Fighting 69th I Unchained Woman I Planet of the Amazon Women I Cosmic Whiz Kid I Escape from Wedded Bliss I Cruise Ship to the Stars I Space Vampire I Happy Birthday, Buck I A Blast for Buck I Ardala Returns I Twiki is Missing I Olympiad I A Dream of Jennifer I Space Rockers I Buck's Duel to the Death I Flight of the War Witch
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