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2001: a space odyssey 50th Event

We are having a celebration of 50 years of 2001 with special guests Dan Richter and Gary Lockwood April 14th and 15th. We will have fan built replicas of models,props, dioramas and more on exhibit .  A panel discussion with Gary Lockwood who played Frank Poole, and Dan Richter who played “Moonwatcher”. They will tell their amazing stories about there work on 2001 and a Q&A.

We are asking for help from the fans of this great movie. If you have something to contribute to this amazing event please contact us. All donations will go to the “Make a Wish Foundation”.

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1 Response to “2001: a space odyssey 50th Event”


  1. 1 jefftytoo
    January 29, 2018 at 11:55 am

    Steve,

    Definitely planning on being there, and can bring along my talking 1:1 HAL9000.

    I’ve forwarded your email to Scott Alexander, but perhaps you’d like to contact him directly yourself:

    AtomicCity@gmail.com

    ‭(559) 584-5622‬

    It’d be SO cool if he would come and bring along his Orion spaceplane, or Aries 1B, or maybe even a Discovery—though I imagine your Moebius version will be fully built for display by then.

    Looking forward to it, Jeff Porteous

    Sent from my iPhone aboard the Nautilus

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