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Jan 5, 2021

FIRST CONTACT (SCI-FI)

A re-imagining of the classic story from the Old Time Radio Show X Minus One. The story was written by Murray Leinster and bought up to date by Gareth Severn of Studio Severn Productions.

Two distant and differing races encounter each other in a chance meeting in outer space. How will they react to each other? Will this meeting culminate in a great friendship or will everything turn sour? Find out when we have 'First Contact'.

Starring

The Announcer - Jerry Kokich

Dave Maresca - Lt. Dort

Pete Lutz - Captain Roger Emmenheim

Emily Rittamer - The Alien

Robert Finch - The Commander

Frank Guglielmelli - Weapons Control

Lashanta Hall - Communications Officer

Rocky Westbrook - Navigation Controller

Lt. Burns - Carson Campbell

Special Credits - Artwork: Stephen Goad

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