Everybody knows that Gene Roddenberry created STAR TREK, the utopian sci-fi series about overcoming mankind's frailties and taking our place amongst the stars. But he also created a show about orgies and demons called SPECTRE, starring Robert Culp and Oscar-winner Gig Young as paranormal investigators who get wrapped up in an occult conspiracy involving John Hurt and fetish outfits.
It's one of the weirdest things Gene Roddenberry ever did, but was SPECTRE really... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold crack open the crypt and explore the twisted catacombs of Roddenberry's imagination, and discover one of the most lively failed pilots of the 1970s!
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