Lost Anderson, lost childhood.
As expected the stuff is pretty awful. Anything that never got it to full production is likely to be of questionable character. I did like the Day After Tomorrow, just to see Nick Tate and Brian Blessed in the same show but as many reviewers remarked the special effects weren't up to what others were doing at the time. Also the incomplete family groupings were a little disappointing - no wife for Tate but some possibly suggestive looks between him and Blessed's. Altogether too much leaning on Lost in Space. The synthesis of puppet and live action [with the idea of minaturisation of the puppet characters] was better done in Secret Service. The Investigators was a little far-fetched with the spooky green light coming from "a galaxy millions of light years away". Space Police [sadly wasting Scott Tracy's Shane Rimmer] was ghastly and really took us nowhere we hadn't been before. I won't even start on Sam Spanner - yuk! What was he thinking? A great buy to see what we didn't have to watch. Glad to know programme directors and producers had some judgement to leave these pilots on the runway. Chris Overton.Read full review
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