Can you complete the names of all these forgotten 1970s sci-fi series?

Buck Rogers wasn't the only 1970s hero with a robot.

In the 1970s, the sci-fi of the Sixties faded away to unique and influential shows, including Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Wonder Woman, Battlestar Galactica, The Six Million Dollar Man and many more. 

As if these memorable additions to the sci-fi canon weren't enough, the decade also gave us a bunch of grand attempts at even bigger ideas within the genre, traveling to the future, outer space and between dimensions - sometimes with a monkey!

Below, we've given you a little background on some of these forgotten Seventies wonders. See if you can complete the name or if your memory for obscure 1970s sci-fi has drifted away like so much cosmic dust. Good luck!
  1. Named for the movie it's spun off from, this series also saw the age of 30 as a death sentence. Fill in the blank: ______________ Run
  2. Starring Larry Storch from F Troop, this children's show lasted one season in 1975 and traveled the globe with a gorilla looking to drive spirits from their haunts. Fill in the blank: The ______________ Busters
  3. After Lost in Space, Jonathan Harris became commander of an interstellar military school for one season in 1977. Fill in the blank: ______________ Academy
  4. This short-lived 1979 series starred Vincent Price and featured a train you could take to travel back to the biggest moment in your life. Fill in the blank: ______________ Express
  5. For one season from 1976-1977, you could find Ernest Borgnine partnered up with an android cop. Fill in the blank: ______________ Cop
  6. In 1977, this series imagined castaways stranded on an uncharted island in the Bermuda Triangle. The stars traveled between planets and dimensions, trying to get home. Fill in the blank: The ______________ Journey
  7. This 1976 sci-fi series took place in the 25th century and follows three young scientists in an RV, after the world has been thoroughly polluted. Fill in the blank: Ark ______________
  8. This 1979 series starred Andy Griffith as a man running a salvage operation who builds his own home-made spaceship. Fill in the blank: Salvage ______________
  9. This 1978 series featured Jack Webb as the narrator in his final TV role, on a show that investigated alien spacecraft sightings. Fill in the blank: Project ______________
  10. In his debut role as a series lead, Patrick Duffy starred in this sci-fi series as a man with amphibious qualities. Fill in the blank: Man from ______________
  11. Here's a neat trick from Seventies sci-fi: This 1976 series starred a man who wore a watch that made him invisible for 15 minutes at a time (or else risk being invisible forever). Fill in the blank: ______________ Man

Can you complete the names of all these forgotten 1970s sci-fi series?

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Angela 12 months ago
I never heard of any of these shows and still got 10/11. I was busy in the 70's.
MarioSmith 13 months ago
No time did not pollute my memories. I was working 12-16 hour days. Little time for TV.
JERRY6 17 months ago
10 Patrick Duffy as a proto-Aquaman says you did just swimmingly!
Kiyone57 23 months ago
On #2, not only did Ghost Busters star Larry Storch, but his F Troop co-star Forrest Tucker as well.
scp 30 months ago
9 out of 11. I'm kicking myself for second guessing myself on the two I missed.

It's weird how many of those I remembered watching.

Wasn't Space Academy somehow connected to Jason of Star Command?
Kevin 30 months ago
I remember all of these. i guess I am a geek.

UTZAAKE 30 months ago
7/11. Foiled by 3, 6, 8 and 9.
JeffTanner 30 months ago
You got 9 out of 11 --------Patrick Duffy as a proto-Aquaman says you did just swimmingly!
MichaelSkaggs 30 months ago
11 out of 11. I had to guess on 2 or 3.
Barry22 30 months ago
9/11, some of these I never heard of.
leebillyold 30 months ago
Good, need new quizes.😐😶
EllisClevenger 30 months ago
You got 11 out of 11
Patrick Duffy as a proto-Aquaman says you did just swimmingly!
MrsPhilHarris 30 months ago
Missed Project UFO. Had to guess most.
djw1120 30 months ago
8 out of 11
A lot of these show I never even heard of, so I just guessed.
And some of those guesses were right!!!
rycki1138 30 months ago
11 out of 11
Patrick Duffy as a proto-Aquaman says you did just swimmingly!
djw1120 rycki1138 30 months ago
I remember that he had webbed hands too.
UnicornPrincess 30 months ago
9/11. Not bad! I saw a little of 'Salvage 1' because, I mean, Andy Griffith and spaceships!!! Oh, and Andy Griffith and Bigfoot, lol. 'Gemini Man' starred Ben Murphy - a film made up of two 'Gemini Man' episodes called 'Riding With Death' was featured on MST3000! It was hilarious! I highly recommend it. :) Still wanna see 'Man from Atlantis!'
djw1120 UnicornPrincess 30 months ago
I'd like to see "Salvage 1" myself since I haven't seen it in about 40 years.
Yes, I know, I am dating myself, but, I'd still like to see it again.
UnicornPrincess djw1120 29 months ago
Yeah... it's a hoot. :)
Amalthea 30 months ago
11/11...and most of the time I didn't even read the clues.
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