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Beyond Westworld is a short-lived television series that carried on the stories of the two feature films, Westworld and Futureworld. It aired on CBS in 1980 but only five episodes were produced. Of those, mercifully, only three of them were aired before the series was cancelled.

PlotEdit

John Moore, Security Chief of the Delos Corporation, has to stop the evil scientist, Quaid, using the robots in Delos to try to take over the world.

CastEdit

Episodes Edit

No. Title Director Writer Air Date
1 "Westworld Destroyed" Ted Post Lou Shaw Wednesday, March 5, 1980
After the events of Westworld, John Moore is assigned to hunt down Simon Quaid who has made off with a collection of androids for his own dangerous purposes. Moore must find a renegade android aboard a nuclear submarine.
2 "My Brother's Keeper" Rob Holcomb Lou Shaw.

Haward Dimsdale

Wednesday, March 12, 1980
Quaid blackmails an owner of the Stoner Oil company for the company's profits. John and Pamela must find the android in the company's ranks before Quaid can win.
3 "Sound of Terror" Paul Stanley Martin Roth Wednesday, March 19, 1980
Quaid steals uranium from a nuclear power plant. John and Pamela must find the robot in a rock band before it can be used to build a bomb.
4 "The Lion" Jack Starrett Martin Roth,

David Bennett Carren

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

(Originally unaired)

An experimental car explodes and Westworld circuitry is discovered in the wreckage. John and the Delos team must determine Quaid's latest scheme.
5 "Takeover" Don Weis Gregory S. Dinallo,

Steven Greenberg,
Aubrey Solomon

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

(Originally unaired)

A police captain that is in charge of a state governor's visit is Quaid's target. John and Pamela must stop Quaid's efforts and must locate the robot among the many police officers protecting the governor.

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TriviaEdit

  • Beyond Westworld produced 5 episodes but only 3 aired before the series was cancelled.
  • The final two episodes became available on DVD on July 29, 2014, over 24 years after the first three aired.
  • The character of Joseph Oppenheimer may be a reference to the actor Alan Oppenheimer who played the unnamed "Chief Supervisor" in the original Westworld.

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