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22nd Aug '14 7:10:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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-->OnceUponATime...a junkman had a dream..."I wanna build a spaceship, go to the moon, salvage all the junk that's up there, sell it." So he put together a team: An ex-astronaut, and a fuel expert. They built a spaceship, and they went to the moon. Who knows what they'll do next?


''Salvage 1'' is an American science fiction series that aired for 16 episodes (of the 20 produced) on Creator/{{ABC}} during 1979. The pilot film, ''Salvage'', aired on January 20, 1979, to high ratings. The movie starred Andy Griffith as junkyard owner Harry Broderick, Joel Higgins as Addison "Skip" Carmichael and Trish Stewart as NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar.
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!!''Salvage 1'' contains examples of:

* CrazyEnoughToWork: Go to the moon to salvage abandoned pieces of tech by means of a homemade rocket, powered by homemade explodium, driven by a NASA reject. Yeah.
* DownInTheDumps
* IsThisThingStillOn
* MacGyvering: The Vulture, to some extent.
* MadeForTVMovie / CompilationMovie: In addition to the Two Hour Pilot movie, the two part episodes "Golden Orbit" and "Hard Water" were combined in the late eighties and aired as "movies" on ''CBS Late Night''.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The cast is pretty much this.
* ReentryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.
* {{Unobtainium}}: Mel bestows upon our heroes a special fuel she calls "monohydrazine," which is so efficient that their space rocket can burn its engines all the way to the moon and back, despite having almost no room on board for fuel storage.
* ZeroGSpot: Skip suggests the idea to Mel in ''Salvage'' as a way to kill time on the flight to the moon.
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-->OnceUponATime...a junkman had a dream..."I wanna build a spaceship, go to the moon, salvage all the junk that's up there, sell it." So he put together a team: An ex-astronaut, and a fuel expert. They built a spaceship, and they went to the moon. Who knows what they'll do next?


''Salvage 1'' is an American science fiction series that aired for 16 episodes (of the 20 produced) on Creator/{{ABC}} during 1979. The pilot film, ''Salvage'', aired on January 20, 1979, to high ratings. The movie starred Andy Griffith as junkyard owner Harry Broderick, Joel Higgins as Addison "Skip" Carmichael and Trish Stewart as NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar.
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!!''Salvage 1'' contains examples of:

* CrazyEnoughToWork: Go to the moon to salvage abandoned pieces of tech by means of a homemade rocket, powered by homemade explodium, driven by a NASA reject. Yeah.
* DownInTheDumps
* IsThisThingStillOn
* MacGyvering: The Vulture, to some extent.
* MadeForTVMovie / CompilationMovie: In addition to the Two Hour Pilot movie, the two part episodes "Golden Orbit" and "Hard Water" were combined in the late eighties and aired as "movies" on ''CBS Late Night''.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The cast is pretty much this.
* ReentryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.
* {{Unobtainium}}: Mel bestows upon our heroes a special fuel she calls "monohydrazine," which is so efficient that their space rocket can burn its engines all the way to the moon and back, despite having almost no room on board for fuel storage.
* ZeroGSpot: Skip suggests the idea to Mel in ''Salvage'' as a way to kill time on the flight to the moon.
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22nd Aug '14 7:08:57 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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30th Nov '13 2:10:27 AM foxley
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* ReenetryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.

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* ReenetryScare: ReentryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.
30th Nov '13 2:10:01 AM foxley
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* RenetryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.

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* RenetryScare: ReenetryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.
30th Nov '13 2:09:42 AM foxley
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* RenetryScare: In the pilot episode, after the astronauts are returning to the Earth from the Moon, they're unconscious (and thus unable to control their ship) as they enter the Earth's atmosphere. The government is going to shoot them down unless they can hear "voices", indicating that they're alive and able to land it safely.
25th Aug '12 4:42:57 AM FELH2
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-->OnceUponATime...a junkman had a dream..."I wanna build a spaceship, go to the moon, salvage all the junk that's up there, sell it." So he put together a team: An ex-astronaut, and a fuel expert. They built a spaceship, and they went to the moon. Who knows what they'll do next?

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-->OnceUponATime...a junkman had a dream..."I wanna build a spaceship, go to the moon, salvage all the junk that's up there, sell it." So he put together a team: An ex-astronaut, and a fuel expert. They built a spaceship, and they went to the moon. Who knows what they'll do next?
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''Salvage 1'' is an American science fiction series that aired for 16 episodes (of the 20 produced) on {{ABC}} during 1979. The pilot film, ''Salvage'', aired on January 20, 1979, to high ratings. The movie starred Andy Griffith as junkyard owner Harry Broderick, Joel Higgins as Addison "Skip" Carmichael and Trish Stewart as NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar.

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''Salvage 1'' is an American science fiction series that aired for 16 episodes (of the 20 produced) on {{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} during 1979. The pilot film, ''Salvage'', aired on January 20, 1979, to high ratings. The movie starred Andy Griffith as junkyard owner Harry Broderick, Joel Higgins as Addison "Skip" Carmichael and Trish Stewart as NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar.
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* Unobtainium: Mel bestows upon our heroes a special fuel she calls "monohydrazine," which is so efficient that their space rocket can burn its engines all the way to the moon and back, despite having almost no room on board for fuel storage.

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* Unobtainium: {{Unobtainium}}: Mel bestows upon our heroes a special fuel she calls "monohydrazine," which is so efficient that their space rocket can burn its engines all the way to the moon and back, despite having almost no room on board for fuel storage.
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