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The Outer Limits: Moonstone

Near a lunar moon base, three astronauts find a spherical white stone which is actually an alien space craft containing the intellectual elite ones which flee from the imperialistic rulers of their homeland that wish to conquer the galaxy by absorbing all the knowledge. Instead of a rescue ship that they have expected, it's the warmongers' one that stops by and ask for them.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x24
Airdate: Monday March 09th, 1964

Guest Stars
Curt ConwayCurt Conway
As Dr. Philip Mendl
Tim OTim O'Connor
As Clint Anderson
Alex NicolAlex Nicol
As General Lee Stocker
Hari RhodesHari Rhodes
As Lt. Ernie Travers
Ruth RomanRuth Roman
As Professor Diana Brice
Main Cast
Vic PerrinVic Perrin
voiced The Control Voice
Episode Quotes
Opening Narration: In Man's conquest of space, his own moon must be the first to surrender. From there he will step his way across the heavens to the edge of infinity. Each step will be as uncertain as the last, yet each will bring him closer to ultimate truth. Lunar Expedition One: Here a handful of brave scientists and technicians pave the way to the future. Their mission: to collect information that will eventually enable Man to inhabit the Moon; to use the Moon as a springboard to the stars. Once during each twenty-four hour period, a force of three, commanded by General Lee Stocker and including Lieutenant Travers and Major Clint Anderson, makes its slow, uncharted way across the lunar surface, a surface whose depths and desires are, as yet, unprobed...

Closing Narration: The steps Man takes across the heavens of his universe are as uncertain as those steps he takes across the rooms of his own life. And yet if he walks with an open mind, those steps must lead him eventually to that most perfect of all destinations, truth.

The Grippian Collective Voice: The mind earns by doing. The heart earns by trying.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorJoseph Stefano  |  Leslie Stevens
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