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Galaxina (Trailer For TV, 1981)

Here's a trailer for a cheesy movie - Galaxina, which was released on Friday, June 6th 1980.

Ending voiceover by Mike Rapchak(?).

This aired on local Chicago TV early Saturday, March 14th 1981.

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And as a result, they gave the movie 1 lousy star.
Comment posted by ChitownTVFan on Tuesday, August 4th 2009 at 9:19pm.

That movie looks like a Barbarella ripoff, and Barbarella was no highly acclaimed film either.

Incidentally, the actress was Dorothy Stratten, Playboy Playmate of the Year. She's remembered because her husband murdered her.

Comment posted by LaPrincess on Tuesday, August 4th 2009 at 11:17pm.

That sounds like it could be Mike Rapchak on the ending voiceover.
Comment posted by kba on Wednesday, August 5th 2009 at 7:57am.

WTF?
Comment posted by Pete on Wednesday, August 5th 2009 at 4:26pm.

Right about Dorothy Stratten...profiled in the movies "Death Of A Centerfold" and "Star 80". As I recall she was in the middle of filming another movie--"They All Laughed"--when she was killed.
Comment posted by SuperCFL on Wednesday, August 5th 2009 at 4:48pm.

This had to have been a reissue trailer. Before the VCR's popularity, movie theatres had rereleased movies.
Comment posted by betamax75 on Wednesday, August 5th 2009 at 9:57pm.

I noticed that after that "Forces of evil" line,the ad went silent for about 3 seconds.Then I saw that same trailer on YouTube,and I think I know why.During those 3 seconds,the announcer said,"Playboy's 'Playmate of the Year' is...".

Guess whatever station that ran that ad didn't want that fact to be known.

Comment posted by SoxOnTV44 on Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 8:44am.

Galaxina was produced by Crown Pictures International. This is the same film company that was known for its enjoyably trashy films as The Van, Van Nuys Blvd., and Weekend Pass. I have seen some of the movies, and they were fun to watch. For a list of all of Crown's films, go to www.crownintlpictures.com.
Comment posted by Loyal32fan on Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 9:57am.

This could have been perfect for an MST3K episode!
Comment posted by dth1971 on Thursday, August 6th 2009 at 9:03pm.

I have never seen this movie. I guess it's the black cloud that hangs over Dorthy Stratten She used to work at at my neighborhood Dairy Queen. There was a documentary on her her life where they interviewed the owner of the DQ. It was a very creepy film.
Comment posted by visaman on Tuesday, August 11th 2009 at 3:34am.

This movie can now be found on Mill Creek's "Big Screen Bombshells" 12 movie set. I found it at Border's for $5.00. For that price and 11 other movies you can't beat the price. Mill Creek however has bought the Crown International pictures library of films. The VHS versions were released by the long gone Vestron Video.
Comment posted by Betamax75 on Wednesday, December 8th 2010 at 3:12pm.

My dad has this film on LaserDisc. I have seen the opening. Lots of crackles and pops in the sound.
Comment posted by AnnArborMI90 on Wednesday, June 6th 2012 at 11:57am.

Added the voiceover info to clip description. (In New York City, the ending voiceover - on all the commercial VHF stations in town, whether network or indie - would have been NBC / WNBC Channel 4's Howard Reig.)
Comment posted by W.B. on Wednesday, June 6th 2012 at 2:32pm.

Yet the oddly phallic special effect at :11 stayed in.
Comment posted by AMNewsboy on Wednesday, June 6th 2012 at 3:43pm.

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