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Last Update 9-5-2004 More whenever I can find the time! The Stack is now about 7 inches high of slides and photos and articles!

Note DSHQ in the background

New 9-5-04

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New 9-5-04
Updated 7-12-04 4 new movie pictures
Updated 4-9-03 Vehicle page gets a new picture.
Updated 4-9-03 Seventh Movie Picture Gallery adds more pre-production images
Updated 3-22-03 DSHQ page of the Movie Pages gets some new framgrabs
New 3-22-03 Richard Hallock page starts on the Fan Page with some CGI city pictures
Updated 3-8-03 Added three episode pages to the TV page. Just the pictures though Stargate, Innocent, Turnabout.

New 2-26-03
Logan's Run
A Look Into the Future

A series pitch document used to sell the series to network executives. A high tech rebel base? Love between logan and Jessica? Sorties back into the Domed City? Secretes of a series we really never got to see! Parts obviously lifeted from a writer's guide to the proposed series.

Russians Arrive

New 2-25-03 On The Move With Logan's Run
The Dallas Morning News Tuesday July 5, 1975 A report of a visit to the set during the first week of production in Dallas. Mentions of extras, the director, and the stars of the movie. Obviously edited down from a larger story to fit the avaliable space.

New 2-25-03 Russians Arive
The Dallas Morning News Saturday July 12, 1975 A report of a visit to Dallas of Soviet mayors who happened to pay a visit to the set of Logan's Run. Special thanks to mark Taylor for these great articles!

On the Move

Updated 2-14-03 Seventh TV Picture Gallery gets two new pictures!
Updated 2-14-03 Pictures (color, B&W, color ) form Starcon 1977 from Eric Popejoy on the LROoF page

Coming Soon To A Web Browser Near You!
The epic tale of Lego 5, a Sandman Mini Figure whose job is to track down and disassemble those rebels known as runners! An sweeping epic filmed in a scale so small that it could only be told with childhood blocks!
Check out the
official web site for this motion picture as preproduction starts!
New Carousel Participants picture posted today.
Updated 2-14-03

New 1-23-03 Logan's Run: Re-Experiencing the Film by William F. Nolan Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, from Eric Popejoy!
Updated 12-29-02 Constume Page gains two 3-D rendered guns created by Gordon Carew !
Updated 12-28-02 New novel related tribute CD by various techno artists avaliable at here. New review here!
Updated 12-28-02 Constume Page gains 3 mroe costume designs from the Robert C. Yacncy Collection!
Updated 6-29-02 Night Visitors Expanded Episode Guide page gets pictures!
New 6-23-02 6 new press releases and newspaper articles on the movie production page.
NEWS FLASH Lost movie footage found? This was sent to me in mid-March 02!
" I work in a dvd store in West Los Angeles right next to 20th Century Fox film Studios. So we get alot of actors and film producers that come in all the time. Anyway, the gentelman who put together the special edition of Logans Run for laserdisc came in and told me that just before they were done with the laserdisc they came upon this extra footage- Francis tracking down a runner at the beginning of the film and Jessica and Logan posing  for box for an ice sculpture.  But MGM told him it was to late to put it in the finished product. But that they would just wait until  a new version was put out. But it was in the Laserdisc Newsletter and Widescreen Review that I actually saw it in print. Cant Wait."
3-23-02 Update No Further information. All the letters I wrote to DVD web sites and Widescreen Review have gone unanswered.

Downloadable Audio Book read by Willima F. Nolan himself avaliable at if you ahve been unable to find this audio cassette collectable you can now at least listen to it.
Do not select the icon with the #1 if you download.. it sounds like it is under watter!

The date is May 7th, 1976 and You Are There in SanDiego CA for a special advance preview screening of the new motion picture form MGM called Logan's Run. Ok, so you were not there, and you didn't get to see it, and shortly thereafter the studio hacked a ton of stuff out of the movie to make it shorter, and gain the film a PG rating. While the cut footage no longer exists (it vanished mysteriously along with the preview print) Fay Popejoy, a wonderful person, and soon to be presidenent of the LROoF, took along a cassette tape recorder into the theater and recorded all the audio track of this preview screening. You only had to wait 25 years to listen to this, so remeber where you heard it first. The movie is divided up into 5 MP3 files. Each about 25mb in size. You will need a MP3 player program to listen to them. And unlike Nixon's missing tape, you can listen to these 15 minutes.

Part I 28mb In the first section you get to hear the deleted opening sequence where Francis kills a runner in a residence pool. The citizens then applaud the Sandman's shot. Other hilights include: A longer carousel sequence minus the computer voice, more dialogue in Nursery, Francis' 'lastday girl' cut completely form the film. Unfortunately, while filmed, the other character in this deleted sequence, a girl on her way to her turn at the Love Shop, is not present. Also not present are the Halucimill sequences as most of the drug references had already been removed by the studio.

Part II 27mb In this section of the film Jessica talks about flameout as the ultimate thrill. Logan describes the effects of Muscle. Francis announces he is going to Cathedral to help backup Logan. We learn Holly's number is 13, and hear the infamous longer Love Shop sequence which takes up the last four minutes of this track,. Unfortunately the person doing the recording's tape also ran out during this sequence.

Part III 27mb The conclusion of the Love Shop sequence reveals that just about 2.5 minutes was trimmed form this sequence. From 4:16 to 1:55! It may have even been a few seconds longer as the person switched tapes. At Runner HQ Logan has an interesting line to Jessica as he tells her the others will be here soon and she should leave. You also get to hear Logan and Jessica talk as they pose for the ice sculpture as well as all of Box's cut dialogue!

Part IV 25mb The Old man recites some deleted cat poetry. The audience laughs quite a bit at his lines and his role. Francis says a few different things before he dies. Old man says a few deleted words after they bury Francis.

Part V 17 mb The return trip is mostly the same. There are some brief gaps in the sound. One or two extra old man lines as they aproach the water gardens. Missing is the computer voice calling people the Carousel. The surrogration sequence is quite a bit longer than in the version we are used to. The audience applauds at the end.

A new book about TV shows has a chapter all about Logan's run! Check it out here! or order it here

A fantastic film publication, Retrovision, is going to be doing a retrospective on the Logan phenomena. You can check out their web page at Did they ever come out with the issue on Logan's Run?

New William F. Nolan horror anthology out now! Read the review.

Also check out these other web pages: Other sites change! Not all links may work!

The official William F. Nolan site

NEW 5-21-02 Michael Anderson and Michael Anderson Jr web site

The Heather Menzies Page

FANTASTIC John's Look-Out has lots of information about the Junior TV Times which ran Logan's Run comic strips .

Another new Logan stite just getting started is at

The Girls of Sci-Fi has a lton of nice Jenny pictures!

NEW 12-5-01 A nice site with good links and a Logan's Run page!

The Logan's Run FAQ, maintained by Roger M. Wilcox, is a greta palce to start!

Emperor Norton Records has released a 'sequil soundtrack' check out all the news at

FANTASTIC The World of Logan's Run Fantastic site!!

The amazing Richard A Coyle writes about the inner working of the Flamegun

FANTASTIC The Greg Harrison Web Site has some great pictures and info

the Logan's Run Movie Fans Yahoo Club! Join today!

Farrah Fawcett "The Golden Haired Goddess" Website!

The fantastic Jenny Agutter Fan Site

Buy stock in Logan's Run ; )

Deep Sleep Guns

The Highly Unofficial (but really detailed) Logan's Run FAQ

A nice Logan's Run TV episode guide (nice cast lists)

Jean Grham's Death Run story (originaly printed in the Curcuit) is now online!

A QuickTime VR tour of the Fort Worth Water Gardens

FANTASTIC A way cool CGI Logan's Run site in French and English

A college project about Logan's Run

Another way cool 3-D site

Another French Logan's Run page

A nifty review of the movie can be found at

This huge essay speaks to the undertones and deeper meanings of the movie

Logan's Run was mostly filmed in Dallas, TX. Check out this cool web page about locations for Logan's Run.

Logan's Web

Find Sanctuary at

Logna's Run e-Books will be avaliable at eBooks2Go or directly at:

A script for the movie (dated April 30th 1975) can be found here
These scripts tend to vanish quickly. Grab it now.

The way keen (and written in French) Heather Menzees Fan Page

A short but nice Logan's Run page is at

NEW If you can read it check out

Interview with Georgee Clayton Johnson can be found at

Mr. Nolan makes a statement about the new Logan flick and other troubles

Got more info to add? You can e-mail the 'DigiVoop' or visit her main site here!



Subject: Excerpt from THE FILMS OF GEORGE PAL


Excerpt from THE FILMS OF GEORGE PAL by Gail Morgan Hickman

(published by A.S. Barnes & Co, Inc. in 1977).


[Upon the release of THE POWER in 1968,] for the next two years

George Pal concentrated his efforts on readying LOGAN'S RUN for

the cameras, a story he had first become interested in during

preproduction on THE POWER, in 1966.


The novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson takes place

in the future at a time when overpopulation has become such a problem

that human beings are only allowed to live until they are twenty-one,

at which time by law they are executed. To make sure people die when

they are supposed to, the government employs a group of professional

assassins known as Sandmen. The story focuses on Logan, a Sandman who

has turned twenty-one and does not want to die. Instead he runs.

Hence the title.


The novel was first brought to Pal's attention before it had been

published. He read the manuscript, like it, and suggested to MGM that

it would make a good picture. The studio agreed. When Pal said he was

going to buy the rights to the novel, MGM offered to buy them for

him. In addition they would give him a top-notch screenwriter,

Richard Maibaum, who scripted most of the James Bond films, and a

sizable budget. Pal gladly agreed.


"Normally," he says, "I buy my own properties. I option

it, develop it, and then offer it to the studios. This one I

didn't. They made me such a good offer, it was tempting. I said

okay." It was a decision Pal was to regret afterward.


Once the script was finished Pal mad arrangements for the picture to

be directed by Michael Anderson (AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS).

Hundreds of preproduction sketches were made, and a shooting date was

set for the production to begin. Then several management changes took

place at MGM. New management personnel came in, and the studio

production schedule was reshuffled. In the shuffle LOGAN'S RUN

was cancelled.


But Pal did not give up. He presented his project to the new

executives, won their approval and a new starting date, only to have

the project cancelled again. In 1970, after the production was

cancelled yet a third time, Pal decided to end his relationship with

MGM and become a completely independent producer once more.


In retrospect the situation was similar to Pal's exit from

Paramount in 1955. Times were hard in Hollywood. Rocketed by a series

of EASY RIDER-inspired, youth-oriented failures, the studios were in

financial trouble, and the Hollywood money belts had tightened

considerably. Science fiction and fantasy, always considered a risk,

were now felt to be box-office poison.


Ironically, five years later in 1975, MGM decided to produce

LOGAN'S RUN after all, starring Michael York, with Michael Anderson

directing, but without Pal's involvement whatsoever. Pal was

extremely disappointed in this turn of events. In the intervening

years he had continually approached Saul David, the MGM story editor,

about revising the project, only to have David appointed producer of

the new version. Instead of Maibaum's script, a new screenplay by

David Zelag Goodman was written which changed the concept

considerably and cut some of the best parts of the novel.



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