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  1.  (1948.1)
  2.  (1948.2)
    oh, god.
  3.  (1948.3)
    if you're as old as me ( although you are a few months ahead, and my boyish good looks do make me look younger *ducks*) you'll have watched it religiously, unless you had a life and went out and played with *gulp* friends outside.

    i wonder how much my friend's inflatable liberator is worth now ?

    (which may sound rather dodgy to the uninitiated)
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008
     (1948.4)
    I watched it and enjoyed it (for the most part). I belong to a sci-fi fan club at the time (Dr. Who being the main focus) and Blakes 7 kind of split the group, with a bunch of the women-folk becoming Paul Darrow's completely deranged groupies, writing bizarre fan fiction that, fortunately, my brain refuses to let me remember. Something involving teddy bears and ice cream I think.

    Still... one of the best final episodes to a series I can think of.
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      CommentAuthorEli Green
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008
     (1948.5)
    In. Fucking. Evitable.

    Next year's headline: "Moonbase 3 Remake Underway. Early Reports Allude To Crying, Love Triangles."
  4.  (1948.6)
    Now, I'd be up for a decent remake of DOOMWATCH.
  5.  (1948.7)
    doomwatch. oh yes. I used to have the plastic eaters book. I'm sure Nigel Kneale was the author.

    that and a decent re-doing of the quatermass films. (and not the godawful bbc3 re-hash that was, frankly, pish)
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      CommentAuthorEli Green
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008 edited
     (1948.8)
    I still own my hardcover of Mutant 59 that I bought for 50 cents at a Salvation Army Store when I was 15.

    Photobucket
  6.  (1948.9)
    I'd love to see a proper update of "The Changes"



    An Irish Uncle of mine had the whole series on some huge weird old tape format.
    • CommentAuthorSteerpike
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008
     (1948.10)
    I go back and forth on whether "The Stone Tape" should be remade.
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      CommentAuthorCat Vincent
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008 edited
     (1948.11)
    @Warren:
    "Now, I'd be up for a decent remake of DOOMWATCH."
    Great idea - but it would have to work hard to beat ReGenesis in that subgenre.

    @Steerpike:
    I watched Stone Tape again recently and it's not aged well. A good remake could work.

    @Orwellseyes:
    The Changes blew me away when I saw it on first transmission - like a kids version of Survivors (which is also rumoured for remake).

    I'm not sure if a Sky revamp of B7 would be better or worse than the recent radio version... hard to imagine how it'd be worse, actually.
  7.  (1948.12)
    but who will play Servalan ?
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      CommentAuthorEcksearoh
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008 edited
     (1948.13)
    I remember Blake's 7, I only started watching it religiously in Season 3 when they added Josette Simon to the cast. But I think Ace of Wands would be the perfect vehicle for a revival.

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      CommentAuthorstsparky
    • CommentTimeApr 25th 2008
     (1948.14)
    No love for "Man in a Suitcase" (which got turned into 'Land of the Giants' here somehow) or "The Tomorrow People" ? I remember getting to see the last episode of Blake's 7 ... and not getting it ... then.
    • CommentAuthordaz
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.15)
    Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis! They created the Cybermen and wrote most of the cyber-stories up to Tom Baker's years.

    I was in the local Star Trek group, back in day, and they regularly published fanfic/art anthologies that were just about evenly split between Trek, Blakes 7 and The Professionals. One big happy camp of TV fans in sub-tropical brisbane.

    And I will profess my juvenile love for The Tomorrow People! It was always broadcast at some time it was almost impossible for me to get to see, so I had to chase it. Ah, another thrill that technology has taken from the young'uns... :^)

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    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.16)
    The Tomorrow People was re-done a few years ago. I never saw much of the series, but loved the novelisations when I was a kid. The scenery and acting was much better in those.
    • CommentAuthoramp
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.17)
    I also got the Tomorrow People only though the novels, don't know if I ever actually got to see the show so that would explain it if it wasd on at an odd time in Bris.

    Between that and the Chrysalids, Slan, etc. I was awfully disappointed when my telepathic powers never developed.
    • CommentAuthorKosmopolit
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.18)
    but who will play Servalan ?


    Pollly Walker
    • CommentAuthorKosmopolit
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.19)
    Wasn't the remake of Tomorrow People called Whitechapel?
    • CommentAuthordaz
    • CommentTimeApr 26th 2008
     (1948.20)
    but who will play Servalan ?


    Catherine Tate.