It was grey silver fibreglass panels with buttons from fruit machines. The delivery of buttons was 1300. Dotted about wree monitors and the moulded fibreglass tables and chairs very slippy. Don’t forget at this time in Glasgow there was no MC D’s Burger king et al. It was Buck Rogers, Wimpy, Pitssaland and
The Blue Lagoon (barf “ Can I get chips with ma lard mate“).
Top floor had a film studio. Small movies were filmed up stairs. Sickbay, command deck, engineering and other make ups in the offices.
They got some actor from America called Rocky (honest!).
Also filmed on an aircraft at Glasgow airport, think it was £500 for 2 hours in the morning.
Gorilla? Yes your right. Stinky and smelly, the mask was rank.
Don’t you remember Tweekie? Wee Alan still see him sometimes.
In the kitchen he used to bite the girls a*s*s well he was about 2foot 5.
And the robots? Come on think……..
Russell Hunter (ask yer maw or paw or even your granny who he was) was in some of the films as the engineer.
The set for the spaceship was Hardboard painted and perched on milk crates.
Did have pics cant find them got a mug though somewhere.
I remember the designer was Paul Mc G went on to set design for beeb in London “Red D” I think. Came from Kings Park.
I thought I dreamt it all I tell ye.. they remember they remember