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Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Robert Collector|
|Produced by||Robert Jaffe|
|Written by||George R. R. Martin
|Starring||Catherine Mary Stewart
|Music by||Doug Timm|
|Edited by||Tom Siiter|
|Distributed by||The Vista Organization|
|October 23, 1987|
Nightflyers is the title of a 1980 novella by George R. R. Martin, a 1985 short story collection by the same author that includes the novella, and a 1987 science fiction-horror film based on that novella.
The 1980 novella was the recipient of the 1983 Seiun Award for Best Foreign Language Short Story of the Year.
The collection is the fifth by Martin and was first published in December 1985. It contains the following stories and novellas:
- "Weekend in a War Zone"
- "And Seven Times Never Kill Man"
- "Nor the Many-Colored Fires of a Star Ring"
- A Song for Lya
The film is about a group of scientists who begin a space voyage to find a mysterious alien creature, and in the process are victimized by the ship's malevolent computer. The film was directed by Robert Collector, and stars Catherine Mary Stewart, Michael Praed, James Avery, and John Standing.
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