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One evening in the summer of 1983, Jeff Szeremet and Pete Downes sat down at Jeff’s Realistic Moog synthesizer with an output plugged into one channel of a tape deck and a mic into the other and proceeded to improvise a radio play of Space Dogs; Jeff’s character being Norris and Pete’s character being Emerson Maxwell. In 1995, they decided to circle back on Space Dogs, and do a movie. With John Duncan running the camera and framing great shots, they picked up right where they left off; improvising a rampage across the galaxy. The footage got tucked away in a corner until Randal Huiskens found the footage and started building flash animations and mentally constructing a storyboard like only he can. This is the result.

One evening in the summer of 1983, Jeff Szeremet and Pete Downes sat down at Jeff’s Realistic Moog synthesizer with an output plugged into one channel of a tape deck and a mic into the other and proceeded to improvise a radio play of Space Dogs; Jeff’s character being Norris and Pete’s character being Emerson Maxwell. In 1995, they decided to circle back on Space Dogs, and do a movie. With John Duncan running the camera and framing great shots, they picked up right where they left off; improvising a rampage across the galaxy. The footage got tucked away in a corner until Randal Huiskens found the footage and started building flash animations and mentally constructing a storyboard like only he can. This is the result.