UpdatesPosted by Henderson Mon, April 17, 2017 07:01:56
Over the Easter weekend we've been on a Journey to the Far Side of the Sun, looking at the mirror world of Doppelganger. With an exploration vehicle called Phoenix, and a shuttle called the Dove, bringing a messenger (Roy Thinnes) who dies trying to convince a disbelieving world of the truth, maybe Rank should have released this film over Easter 1969, instead of holding the film back for Christmas.
Here's Patrick Wymark and the redoubtable Norma Ronald - this time playing secretary Pam Kirby. You can read more at our new Doppelganger page here
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sun, April 09, 2017 22:19:11
"Oh, you should see him crushing cockroaches with his slipper. Smack! Smack! Smack!" Patrick Wymark as Jephro Rucastle opposite Douglas Wilmer as Sherlock Holmes in "The Copper Beeches"
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sun, April 09, 2017 12:49:52
Barbara Murray's hysterical laughter ends the final episode of the final series of "The Power Game" - "Mergers" - aptly broadcast on April 1st 1969
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sun, April 09, 2017 12:46:53
The US Blu Ray of "The Skull" is reviewed here
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sat, March 11, 2017 15:47:46
Barrie Ingham joins "The Power Game" as Garfield Kane MP in "The New Minister"
, the 11 March 1969 episode
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sat, March 11, 2017 15:35:13
As we bid farewell to the Bligh dynasty, here's some "fake news" speculating on whether they were inspired by the family behind Hammer films http://wymark.org.uk/hammer.html
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sat, March 11, 2017 15:25:35
In the 4 March 1969 episode of The Power Game, Caswell Bligh's heart fails and his only hope is the new medical breakthrough of a heart transplant. But are some things beyond even the power and riches of a Lord? Patrick Wymark, Clifford Evans, Michael Jayston and Peter Barkworth enter "The Heart Market" http://www.wymark.org.uk/power951.html
UpdatesPosted by Henderson Sat, February 18, 2017 12:09:02
A real zeitgeist episode of "The Power Game" with a middle aged "breadhead" chasing a wild free spirit. The background story reflects a pivotal moment in the post war economy as the international exchange mechanism shudders towards self-destruction.
Felicity Gibson plays the interpreter who turns Sir John Wilder's head in the 18 February 1969 episode of The Power Game