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littlesue
rojkerr1 wrote:

Agree with too you Spare part. Scarlet was an exact Mysteron copy even down to feelings etc and he didn't show up on cameras/photos etc, but poor Conrad was still human as he did show on cameras etc...poor man, like an animated cadaver.
Secret service, I enjoyed that - it was instantly cancelled half way through by Lew Grade cos he didn't think people would like Stanley Unwin..?



I loved Stanley Unwin!!!!!
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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Child Of Auron
Finished season 5 of The Avengers, Diana Rigg's last full season (she will be back for the first episode of season 6) and it was a mixed bag.

This was the season which got me into The Avengers but it was very up and down in quality. There were three episodes which were old Cathy Gale episodes re-made with Emma Peek, some episodes were extremely dull but others were excellent. Due to production issues there was a break after the first 16 episodes and the last 8 were made a few months later. These later 8 were less whimsical than what had been made earlier and as a result much more enjoyable.

I have gone back to Mystic Falls for the fifth season of The Vampire Diaries and after that it will be season 6 of The Avengers and Tara King. Not sure how much I am actually looking forward to that...
 
One Spare Part
[url=http://www.blakes7online.com/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=901&pid=135594#post_135594][b]Child Of Auron

I have gone back to Mystic Falls for the fifth season of The Vampire Diaries and after that it will be season 6 of The Avengers and Tara King. Not sure how much I am actually looking forward to that...

I watched the King series years ago and I catch them half way through an episode now they are being replayed. Sadly I cannot bear to watch a whole episode. No pizzazz. No empathy between the 2 leads. And the whimsy is taken to extremes even by their standards. I would rater watch the New Avengers....I know! Angry
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
is no one gonna get the three legged ostrich question from animated Trek!?
 
One Spare Part
rojkerr1 wrote:

is no one gonna get the three legged ostrich question from animated Trek!?

Let me dig it out of my dvd collection then...
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
it is quite a devious question actually, and you have to have some knowledge of a particular famous sci fi writers body of work. Very famous. Great alien species.... and its a three legged two headed ostrich...
 
rojkerr1
I love the New Avengers! the first season has some amazing stories,especially TARGET! I know its sacrilege but I do prefer it to original Avengers, probably cos it was on when I was a kid and I really liked Purdey and Gambit.
Though I do love the B/W Rigg ones, The House that Jack Built is amazing, and I do like Murdersville from the colour series
 
One Spare Part
rojkerr1 wrote:

I love the New Avengers! the first season has some amazing stories,especially TARGET! I know its sacrilege but I do prefer it to original Avengers, probably cos it was on when I was a kid and I really liked Purdey and Gambit.
Though I do love the B/W Rigg ones, The House that Jack Built is amazing, and I do like Murdersville from the colour series

That's not sacrilege...it's just plain daft! Angry LOL...it does have a sense of style though and for me way better than the tara king series. Plus I do have a soft spot for Gareth Hunt...it was the way he shook those coffee beans...
Edited by One Spare Part on 30 October 2018 22:49:29
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
4got those ads! I love those lines from Target...plot to disrupt the tourist board...you do WHAT me...?! and his little sparrow in Sleeper, such a great story! And run and an run and run! Dead Men can be dangerous is the best Avengers story ever, brilliant Steed!
 
sweevo
Sleepaway Camp.
 
Vanessa Doffenshmirtz
I was emptying one of my moving boxes(untouched since 2000!) and found the programme to a stage show called "Thunderbirds FAB, the Next Generation.

Dr D and I saw it with a couple of friends in the Mermaid theatre near Blackfriars tube station. According to the notes, it was to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show. Which would have made it 1989 which sounds about right from my memories.

Now if only I could find my Rocky Horror Show programme ( Tony Head[Anthony Stewart-Head] aka Rupert Giles as Frank and Ade Edmundson as Brad). IIRC Nicholas Parsons was the narrator.
I used to be such a sweet sweet thing
Till they got a hold of me.
 
Child Of Auron
Finished season 5 of The Vampire Diaries and I am so annoyed that a "teen drama" can still make this 44 year old well up at times. Shush - don't tell anyone Grin

Anyway, next it is season 6 of The Avengers - one more Emma Peel episode and then 32 of Tara King. Maybe my second watch of the final season will be more engaging, just as I found with the Cathy Gale era earlier.
 
One Spare Part
[url=http://www.blakes7online.com/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=901&pid=136053#post_136053][b]Child Of

Anyway, next it is season 6 of The Avengers - one more Emma Peel episode and then 32 of Tara King. Maybe my second watch of the final season will be more engaging, just as I found with the Cathy Gale era earlier.

With this season and actress...sadly I doubt it. But you never know, you may find something there that suits you.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Klenotka
I have some "Robert Downey Jr." time of year (I have about 5 favourite actors whose "times" I haev - with Hugh Jackman being the exception who I have been following since 2005 Grin ). So I finally watched the one non Marvel movie he had out in the past years, The Judge.
I love his Tony Stark but gosh, he is such a fantastic actor that I am torn about him staying and doing at least occassional Avengers movie until he is 70 (cos, tbh, he will still look the same Grin ) and doing some drama work. That movie is...not so much original, a father/son drama, but him and Robert Duvall are so brilliant in it, that I can forgive the movie some shortcomings. The more I think about it, the more I realize how much I liked it Smile
Don´t be Lasagne
 
BradPaula
Watched "Finding Your Feet" with Timothy Spall, Imelda Staunton, Joanna Lumley, and John Sessions. This was a suggestion from Lorna and we loved it. Oh, there is nothing like a British actor of experience who has done his RADA or other training and has had to endure their weeks of Rep. I only wish actor training was like that today.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Child Of Auron
Only two episodes in but The Forget Me Knot was really still an Emma Peel story. The ending was actually quite sad, MacNee's face said it all as he said goodbye to her and when Steed called her "Emma" I did get a little lump in my throat.

Invasion of the Earthmen was the first Tara story, written by Terry Nation. A little less whimsical than others but I think that was down to the troubled production history of season 6.
 
One Spare Part
Child Of Auron wrote:

Only two episodes in but The Forget Me Knot was really still an Emma Peel story. The ending was actually quite sad, MacNee's face said it all as he said goodbye to her and when Steed called her "Emma" I did get a little lump in my throat.

Yeah it's a bit of a moment isn't it? And the brief view of mr peel as they drove off was very interesting. For Steed, Emma was the one that got away.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
littlesue
Just watching The Doomsday Machine on the Horror channel +1...one of my all time fave Star Trek episodes. Acting (from Mr Windom), script by Mr Spinrad, direction by Marc Daniels and the music!!! Just fab
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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rojkerr1
great story! like the new effects on the revamped version! love the music, daa dat daa dat daa dat daa dat...
Talking of Trek, anybody got any idea about my animated TREK question? In what story does Spock play the part originally played by an insane two headed three legged ostrich....? The baddies are the same in both stories, and the title is quite similar in both cases? Anybody...?
 
rojkerr1
ok, its Slaver Weapon, based on the Soft Weapon story by Larry Niven, which also featured feline kzinti one of my fave species, Spock played the part originally played by a mad species of Puppeteer, which looks like a two headed three legged ostrich, see cover of Neutron Star, by Larry Niven.
The Puppeteer kicks chuft-captain Kzinti, breaking his ribs so he can't call for help until honour is satisfied, as Spock did in the adapted story, and the poor Kzin telepaths are as they appear in both stories, bless their droopy ears and tails...whew...! Finally!
 
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