Captain Video and the Video Ranger come to the aid of Rocket Rangers Rod Brown and Frank Boyd, when their rocketship "Beta" is disabled and the Rocket Rangers are almost lost in space re almost lost in space
Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers. Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers was a 30-minute, weekly CBS-TV network outer space adventure series, broadcast live Saturdays from April 18, 1953 to May 29, 1954
A Long March rocket or Changzheng rocket in Chinese pinyin is any rocket in a family of expendable launch systems operated by the People's Republic of China. Development and design falls under the auspices of the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology. In English, the rockets are abbreviated as LM- for export and CZ- within China, as "Chang Zheng" means "Long March" in Chinese pinyin. The rockets are named after the Long March of Chinese communist history.
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This childrens Sci-Fi show featured a team of Rocket Rangers (galactic police force) who fought interplanetary evil. The crew consists of Commander Swift (John Boruff); Ranger Rod Brown (Cliff Robertson), Ranger Wilbur "Wormsey" Wormser (Jack Weston) and Ranger Frank Boyce (Bruce Hall). Each week one of the crew recites a loyalty pledge to the United States Constitution.
On 22nd-Century Earth, the Rocket Rangers are a celestial defense organization, battling interplanetary evil from their headquarters on Omega Base. He did so, and the result was Rod Brown (Cliff Robertson) of the Rocket Rangers. With the same director, same special effects gizmo, and many of the same writers, this was a somewhat livelier version of Space Cadet. Aliens were very rarely seen on Space Cadet, so Rod Brown gave us virtually a new alien every week.