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The Champions Rewatch Sunday 11th April Operation Deep Freeze
The Champions Rewatch Episode 6 – Operation Deep Freeze. On Talking Pictures 11th April at 9pm.
Written by Gerald Kelsey and directed by…Paul Dickson: a new boy on the block! Good old Cyril is having the week off!!!
Starring Patrick Wymark (in full dictator mode)
The lovely Robert Urquhart.
Walter Gotell (seen in various James Bond films)
Peter Arne (who played many a baddie!!)
So, to the episode.
Last week we were in sun soaked Australia; this week we are in snowy Antarctica….this must be true because Tremayne’s map says so and there are penguins in the stock footage. (There are also Huskies and sledges for real on the soundstage.)
It appears that instead of a small, behind the Iron Curtain country wanting a voice on the world stage, we have a small Latin American country with the same idea.
Unfortunately their secret base in Antarctica has a slight accident with a nuclear bomb (only a small one, says Richard.) Cue footage of atomic bombs going off .
So our chaps are sent out to investigate.
Now with this episode one wonders what came first…the script or the film footage. People man handling a sledge, a ship trying to get through the pack ice (and having the film going in reverse as the ship has to go backwards), the bomb blasted area now green all over and a helicopter (not the one that Richard fell out of last week but a nice yellow one) and so on.
Last week, Talking Pictures advised us viewers that there were distressing scenes in the following episode, this week, there are UNdressing scenes as our two heroes are put in a deep freeze in only their thermal vests and long johns…just in case One Spare part gets too excited.
And where is Sharron?
Oh yes…she turns up in Tremaynes’s office to have a glass of whiskey (with ice), just as the Gongy music sounds.
So join One Spare Part, Ellen and me as we snuggle up under our respective blankets and watch this cool episode and learn that Richard once had a girlfriend who owned a dog (now calm down One Spare Part) and Craig had a family member who had Huskies.
But the high spot…those jumpers the guys at Scott base are wearing!!!!!
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!

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