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"Up, Up and Away"
Series Salvage 1
Season 1, Episode 10
Salvage 1 1x10 001
Air date May 14th, 1979
Writers Robert Swanson
Director Les Green
Producers Harve Bennett; Harris Katleman; Norman S. Powell; Mike Lloyd Ross; Ralph Sariego
Starring Andy Griffith; Joel Higgins; Trish Stewart
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"Up, Up and Away" is the tenth episode of season one of the science fiction/comedy series Salvage 1. It was directed by Les Green with a script written by Robert Swanson. It first aired on ABC on Monday, May 14th, 1979.

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Principal Cast Edit

Actor Role
Andy Griffith Harry Broderick
Joel Higgins Skip Carmichael
Trish Stewart Melanie Slozar

Guest Stars Edit

Actor Role
Richard Jaeckel Jack Klinger
Christopher Connelly Milo
George Furth Bassett
Adam Roarke Spiro
Aharon Ipalé Basil
Al Ruscio Agamemnon
J. Jay Saunders Mack
Larry Pennell Street
Erik Stern McAllister

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Allusions Edit

  • The title for this episode, "Up, Up and Away" is taken from a famous quote spoken by comic book superhero Superman. It was made popular in the old Adventures of Superman television series starring George Reeves as well as the Superman radio serials. Superman usually spoke the line just before taking off in flight.

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