FIRST PROPER live-actioner from Supermationationer GERRY ANDERSON
SMALL SCREEN equivalent of the Galapagos Island tortoise.
RAUCOUS BUG-EYED rompery of the fourth dimension.
In a nutshell: Douglas Adams's visionary mix of 2001, PG Wodehouse and a physics A-level paper compiled by Stanley Unwin gets totally...
BLUE PETER showed it once, PICTURE BOX several dozen times.
THAT EXCLAMATION MARK says it all.
THE ESCAPDES of NIGEL "KINVIG" KNEALE'S phone-book-named uber-scientist.
"WHERE'S BLAKE?" quoth Terence of Wogan every morning on Radio 2 for years, and who could blame him?
IN SOME vague future, Earth was defended from aliens by a kerazee team of helmet-and-cape sporting animated types calling themselves G-Force.
GOD TOOK a back seat for this Star Wars re-hash
SO-SO SAGA of permanently ailing, low budget third moon settlement with a pan-European crew
UNLIKELY ENTRY in the 1980s parade of home computer shows
SPLENETIC CARTOONERY involving another space blerk
LONG-BANISHED LIVE action effort from the house of Filmation
ANOTHER BLOODY sci-fi musical (see FACE LIFT).
SUPERLATIVE BRIT-FI anthology in the old TWILIGHT ZONE format
FORGOTTEN GEM of a US TV movie
SPACE NONSENSE about an intergalactic dustman.
FRESH FROM ruling the known world BRIAN BLESSED settled his sticky paws upon no less a target than the known universe.
THREE ASTRONAUTS live in first-ever all-British space station, interrupted in their musings by US ground control boss called Beadle.