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Other favourite older Science Fiction TV series?
AvonGirl
Just wondering what other Sci-Fi series you're all into from the same era as B7? I love these.

UFO. Cracking theme tune and some very good stories. Disappointed that we've yet to build moonbases, have purple hair, and have a Navy who wear see through uniforms LOL.

Doctor Who. Jon Pertwee is my favourite.

Sapphire & Steel. Love how creepy this is and how we're left to make up our own minds about where Sapphire and Steel come from.

Star Trek. Love its vision for a future where we're all equal and have worked together to create a better future and gone on to create truly remarkable things. So many great characters. Love the friendship between Kirk, Bones and Spock.
Edited by AvonGirl on 06 March 2021 18:52:25
"I want to be free...of him."
 
JustBrad
DW and Trek were staples at our house.
V was good as a miniseries, but not so much as a lower budget regular series.
I was a huge fan of Classic BSG
Space 1999
And, of course, HHGTTG
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MODthra
 
AvonGirl
JustBrad wrote:

DW and Trek were staples at our house.
V was good as a miniseries, but not so much as a lower budget regular series.
I was a huge fan of Classic BSG
Space 1999
And, of course, HHGTTG


Space 1999 is so much fun. Have never seen V before, will have to check that out.
"I want to be free...of him."
 
BradPaula
Doctor Who, Hitchhiker's Gude to the Galaxy, Star Trek, Star Wars, Babylon 5, Farscape, Battlestar Galactica, Space 1999 any Gerry Anderson series.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Hugbot
Of course, the greatest SF TV series of the 1960s: Raumpatrouille! Pfft
 
sweevo
Battlestar Galactica (original series) along with Science Ninja Team Gatchaman (best known in the West as Battle of the Planets).
 
Lee Bagnall
For me, The Prisoner, Sapphire and Steel and Doctor Who, although it has to be the classic series as I grew increasingly disenchanted with the newer stuff - I now find David Tennant to be unwatchable and I gave up at Capaldi's last episode.

Honourable mentions for my love of the older stuff- the Quatermass serials, the Kneale Cartier Cushing 1984, the Andromeda serials and Out of the Unknown.
"Seldon, Janov. Space Commander. Alpha 14922. Name, rank and serial number. That's all you're getting!"
 
dragonq
The Flipside of Dominick Hide. If ever there was a show crying out for a Big Finish makeover, thatís it. Thereís enough in those two plays to expand into a series.
 
Lurena
Definitely Raumpatrouille (German, the basis for many later sf!)
HHGTTG, Original Battlestar Galactica, The Prisoner, V, Doctor Who, Gerry Anderson's work and a lot of Asian pre sf series which included computers and classical heroes.
Lara&Sue's Blake's 7 stories and *my PD as Kerr Avon Tribute*
*No, I am not. I am not expendable, I'm not stupid, and I'm not going.*
 
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littlesue
The Twilight Zone (the original one). I haven't seen all of them and the box set is soooooo expensive. I just love how Rod Serling slips into view, ciggy in hand, to give you an idea about what will occur in the next 25 minutes (or longer).
I have Mr Shatner's all time classic on DVD, as well as the one with Buster Keaton in it. He redid almost all his silent movie sketches in his episode and he is my fave Silent Clown...along with the Keystone Cops!!!
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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Spaceship Dispatcher
Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.
 
trevor travis
Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.


There's a terrific actor with a ginger moustache in Out Of The Unknown.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.

There's a terrific actor with a ginger moustache in Out Of The Unknown.

Indeed, with a striking similarity to Del Grant Grin
 
trevor travis
Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.

There's a terrific actor with a ginger moustache in Out Of The Unknown.

Indeed, with a striking similarity to Del Grant Grin


Nah, I reckon he looks more like that ginger detective bloke from City Of Death.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.

There's a terrific actor with a ginger moustache in Out Of The Unknown.

Indeed, with a striking similarity to Del Grant Grin

Nah, I reckon he looks more like that ginger detective bloke from City Of Death.

Yes! The one who was investigating the forgery of Welsh street signage? Grin
 
trevor travis
Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Spaceship Dispatcher wrote:

Earlier than Blake's 7, but two 60s SF shows I love are Undermind, which was a kind of UK equivalent of The Invaders but starring Jeremy Wilkin (Dev Tarrant in The Way Back) and Department S star Rosemary Nichols, and the BBC anthology series Out of the Unknown.

There's a terrific actor with a ginger moustache in Out Of The Unknown.

Indeed, with a striking similarity to Del Grant Grin

Nah, I reckon he looks more like that ginger detective bloke from City Of Death.

Yes! The one who was investigating the forgery of Welsh street signage? Grin


That's the one. I wish Paula had hit me with was a fake - that one was very real Wink
 
BradPaula
OK boys! Teasing old Paula again! Remember that Amy Pond is ginger! And although you insist on it TT, Mr. Tom is NOT ginger. Believe me, I've looked!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
JustBrad
I'm convinced Del Grant only pretends to be Ginger because he thinks it will give him an in with Amy Pond.
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MODthra
 
trevor travis
BradPaula wrote:

OK boys! Teasing old Paula again! Remember that Amy Pond is ginger! And although you insist on it TT, Mr. Tom is NOT ginger. Believe me, I've looked!


Paula, you should feel proud. A whole breed of cat was named after him. Wink
 
JustBrad
Amy is Ginger, Melody / River is not so ginger.
We know Amy Pond is the mother. Do we have any proof that Del Grant is NOT the father?
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MODthra
 
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