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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Albert Fennell; Brian Clemens; Patrick Macnee; Linda Thorson; Laurie Johnson; Robert Jones; A.B.C. Television (Great Britain); Studio Canal+.; Image International (Firm); A & E Home Video (Firm); NewVideo (Firm)
|ISBN:||0767045378 9780767045377 0767045386 9780767045384 0767045394 9780767045391|
|Notes:||Originally produced as a television show in 1968.
Special features: production stills gallery; scene selection; interactive menues.
|Credits:||Music, Laurie Johnson ; production designer, Robert Jones.|
|Cast:||Patrick Macnee, Linda Thorson.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (311 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, Dolby digital mono.|
|Contents:||Vol. 5. The interrogators (52:15) --
The Rotters (52:09) --
Invasion of the Earthmen (51:23) --
Vol. 6. Killers (52:11) --
The morning after (52:09) --
The curious case of the countless clues (51:21).
Invasion of the Earthmen.
Curious case of the countless clues.
|Responsibility:||ABC production, Canal+ and Image International ; producers, Albert Fennell, Brian Clemens.|
The Rotters: A murder spree hits the timber industry and its up to Steed and Tara to nail down the unlikely villains. Teleplay writer, Dave Freeman ; director, Robert Fuest ; director of photography, Alan Hume ; editor, Manuel del Campo ; costume designer, Alun Hughes.
Invasion of the Earthmen: After the death of a fellow agent, Steed and Tara uncover a plot to conquer space and come face to face with their worst fears. Teleplay writer, Terry Nation ; director, Don Sharp ; director of photography, Gilbert Taylor ; editor, Lionel Selwyn ; costume designers, Pierre Cardin, Harvey Gould.
Killers: Dead agents are piling up in a graveyard so Steed works with Lady Diana Forbes Blakeney to expose the secret at the heart of the murder spree. Teleplay writer, Tony Williamson ; director, Cliff Owen ; director of photography, Peter Jessop ; editor, Ann Chegwidden ; costume designer, Alun Hughes.
The morning after: When Steed and a traitorous agent wake up to a plot to detonate a nuclear bomb, the former enemies work together to prevent a catastrophe. Teleplay writers, Richard Harris, Brian Clemens ; director, John Hough ; director of photography, H.A.R. Thomson ; editor, Manuel del Campo ; costume designer, Alun Hughes.
The curious case of the countless clues: Pursuing a band of callous criminals, Steed suddenly finds the tables turned when the killers target Tara. Teleplay writer, Philip Levene ; director, Don Sharp ; director of photography, Gilbert Taylor ; editor, Lionel Selwyn ; costume designers, Pierre Cardin, Harvey Gould.