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The Omen (2006)
A shabby old box, guarded by a mysterious old man (Patrick Troughton), leads a boy into all sorts of magical adventures. Originally a six-part TV serial, 'Box of Delights' also stars Devlin Stanfield and Geoffrey Lander.
Young Jim Hawkins (Bobby Driscoll) finds himself set for adventure on the high seas when he is entrusted with a treasure map by ailing pirate Billy Bones.The map shows the location of treasure buried by Bones' former captain, Flint. Other members of Flint's crew are also after the booty, so Jim is accompanied by Squire Trelawney and Doctor Livesy as they make their way by sea to the island where the treasure is hidden. However, some of Flint's crew, led by the one-legged John Silver (Robert Newton), have managed to inveigle their way aboard Jim's ship as crew members, and will stop at nothing to get their hands on the treasure.
Patrick Troughton stars as the Doctor in this 1967 TV serial set on the Moon. In 2070 the Doctor and his travelling companions Jamie (Frazer Hines), Polly (Anneke Wills) and Ben (Michael Craze) arrive on the Moon and set out to visit the Moonbase, a manned structure used to control the Earth's weather through a device known as the Gravitron. All is not well on the Moonbase, however, with many of its crew suffering from a mysterious virus. It isn't long before the base is quarantined, leaving the Doctor, Jamie, Polly and Ben to try to get to the bottom of events and to deal with the increasing threat posed by the Cybermen, who appear to have infiltrated the base. With two of the original episodes missing, animated reconstructions are used to complete the story.
Jason is a fearless sailor and explorer, who returns to the kingdom of Thessaly after a 2o-year voyage to make his rightful claim to the throne. But to do so, Jason must first find the magical Golden Fleece.
He selects a crew and with the help of Hera, Queen of the Gods, sets sail in search of the Fleece.
Jason and his crew must overcome incredible obstacles including a 100-foot bronze giant, the venomous Hydra - a huge creature with the heads of seven snakes - and a spectacular battle with an army of skeletons.
Feature-length episode to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the long-running sci-fi series. All five Doctors (Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Richard Hurndall and Tom Baker) and many of their old companions are taken out of time and deposited in the Death Zone on Gallifrey. There they must battle not only the Master, but Daleks, Cybermen and Yeti in order to reach the Dark Tower and discover the Tomb of Rassilon. This special edition includes new special effects and extra footage not included in the original broadcast.
The entire cult 1970s action series. In 'Overture' playboy Lord Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) and millionaire oil tycoon Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) are brought together as a crime-fighting team by the crusading Judge Fulton. 'Angie... Angie' sees Danny attempting to break off the partnership when Fulton suspects one of his old friends of being a hitman. 'Five Miles to Midnight' has the playboy crime-fighters charged with getting an assassin-turned-informant out of Italy. 'The Gold Napoleon' finds the duo investigating a failed attempt on Danny's life. 'Take Seven' has them become involved in an explosive situation after coming to the aid of an attractive heiress. In 'Greensleeves' Brett returns to the derelict Sinclair family home when he discovers that it has acquired a new and unwanted occupant. 'Powerswitch' has Danny and Brett investigate the murder of a beautiful girl whose body is found floating in the Cote d'Azure. 'The Time and Place' sees the duo's attempts to help a pretty young woman backfire when she disappears and the body of a dead man turns up nearby. In 'Someone Like Me' Danny encounters someone who is masquerading as Brett. 'Anyone Can Play' sees Danny playing the roulette tables in Brighton as a result of being mistaken for a communist paymaster. 'The Old, the New and the Deadly' has Danny and Brett become involved with an embittered ex-Nazi. 'Chain of Events' sees Danny chained to an attache case containing a bomb when he and Brett go camping. In 'That's Me Over There' Danny poses as Brett in order to expose a corrupt millionaire, but his ploy goes awry when the real Brett is kidnapped. 'The Long Goodbye' finds Danny and Brett investigating a case of murder after discovering a skeleton in a crashed plane. 'The Man in the Middle' has Brett go undercover at a dangerous secret rendezvous. 'Element of Risk' sees Danny pinned with some bullion robbery charges. 'A Home of One's Own' has Danny stumble upon a nest of criminal activity when he buys a cottage in the country. 'Nuisance Value' finds Danny caught up in the aftermath of a fake kidnapping plot. In 'The Morning After' Brett wakes up to discover that he is a married man. 'Read and Destroy' sees Brett and Danny on the case of a spy who plans to publish his memoirs and thereby reveal all his contacts. 'A Death in the Family' finds the globe-trotting duo on the trail of a killer who has been bumping off Brett's relatives. 'The Ozerov Inheritance' concerns a private journal and an old lady's marriage to a member of the Russian Royal family. 'To the Death, Baby' has Brett and Danny try to place a spanner in the works when a gigolo begins courting an heiress. Finally, in 'Someone Waiting', Brett becomes the object of murderous attentions when he takes up racing driving again.
All 24 episodes from the second series of the popular sci-fi show. In 'The Metamorph' a team of Eagle pilots are captured on the planet Psychon by the ruthless Mentor (Brian Blessed). 'The Exiles' has the Alphans revive two aliens who turn out to be rebel leaders. 'One Moment of Humanity' sees Helena (Barbara Bain) and Tony (Tony Anholt) abducted by an alien (Billie Whitelaw) who plans to use them as blueprints for killer androids. In 'All That Glisters' Koenig (Martin Landau) leads a mission to a nearby planet in search of a mineral vital to the life support system on Moonbase Alpha. 'Journey to Where' has Koenig, Helena and Carter (Nick Tate) attempt to teletransport themselves to 22nd century Texas and end up in 14th century Scotland instead. 'The Taybor' sees Alpha visited by a travelling trader who wants to add Maya (Catherine Schell) to his collection of beautiful artefacts. 'The Rules of Luton' finds Koenig and Maya in trouble with the locals during a visit to Luton. 'The Mark of Archanon' has the Alphans discover two aliens frozen beneath the surface of the moon. 'Brian the Brain' sees the moonbase visited by an old Earth spaceship piloted by a lone computer called Brian (voiced by Bernard Cribbins). 'New Adam New Eve' finds Koenig, Helena, Maya and Tony caught up in the plans of one Simon Magus (Guy Rolfe), a cosmic magician who is attempting to discover the secret of life. In 'Catacombs of the Moon' engineer Patrick Osgood (James Laurenson) searches for a rare metal essential for the construction of the replacement heart needed to save the life of his wife Michelle (Pamela Stephenson). 'The AB Chrysalis' has Alpha surrounded by a mysterious ring of moons. 'Seeds of Destruction' sees Alpha endangered by Koenig's evil double. 'The Beta Cloud' finds a huge and terrible creature (Dave Prowse) on the rampage at the moonbase. 'Space Warp' has Maya afflicted with a terrible sickness which causes her to transform into various space monsters. 'A Matter of Balance' sees the Alphans visited by a strange alien made of anti-matter. In 'The Bringers of Wonder - Part 1' the Alphans are overjoyed when an Earth transporter arrives with their friends and relatives, but why does Koenig view these visitors as hideous aliens? 'The Bringers of Wonder - Part 2' finds Koenig trying to persuade his otherwise-convinced colleagues that he is sane. 'The Lambda Factor' has Koenig investigating a possible murder on the moonbase. 'The Seance Spectre' sees Koenig's authority threatened in a mutiny lead by Greg Sanderson (Ken Hutchison). 'Dorzak' finds Alpha visited by a Psychon philosopher. 'Devil's Planet' has Koenig imprisoned on a strange moon by a race of whip-wielding Amazon guards. 'The Immunity Syndrome' sees Koenig and his team visit an Eden-like planet inhabited by an immortal being. And finally, in 'The Dorcans', the Dorcan leader Archon (Patrick Troughton) threatens the Alphans with destruction unless they surrender Maya.
BBC adaptation of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott. In New England during the American Civil War, the womenfolk struggle to enjoy life while their men are away fighting. The March family consists of aspiring author Jo (Angela Down), the wilful Amy (Janina Faye), Meg (Jo Rowbottom), who loves all the fine things in life, and Beth (Sarah Craze), who seeks solace in her music. Despite the usual sibling rivalry they provide comfort for each other through the difficult times without their father.
All four classic Doctor Who stories featuring the alien species, the Sontarans, who first appeared in the 1973 story, 'The Time Warrior'. The Sontarans are a self -cloning race who live in a militaristic society in the 'southern spiral arm of the galaxy'. Humanoid in appearance, with a squat build and distinctive dome-shaped heads, they are far stronger than mere humans and possess an unquenchable thirst for war. The other stories in this set are 'The Invasion of Time' (1977), 'The Two Doctors' (1984) and 'The Sontaran Experiment' (1975).
All 12 episodes from the 1970s childrens series. Set in the court of the ancient Toltec civilisation in Mexico, the series, with it's lavish sets and costumes, follows the adventures of a young servant boy Tozo, (Richard Willis), who becomes a go-between in an attempt to unite neighbouring kingdoms, thereby preventing the rise to power of the bloodthirsty God, Nasca.
Complete edition of the classic 1970s horror and suspense anthology series, created by Brian Clemens. Each episode takes the form of a self-contained mystery story with a horrific twist at the end, and features performances from stars such as Robert Powell, Jeremy Brett, Patrick Troughton, Helen Mirren, Denholm Elliott and Brian Blessed, among others. Episodes are: 'Lady Killer'; 'Possession'; 'Someone at the Top of the Stairs'; 'An Echo of Theresa'; 'The Colour of Blood'; 'Murder in Mind'; 'A Place to Die'; 'File it Under Fear'; 'The Eyes Have It'; 'Spell of Evil'; 'Only a Scream Away'; 'Once the Killing Starts'; 'Kiss Me and Die'; 'One Deadly Owner'; 'Ring Once For Death'; 'K is For Killing'; 'Sign It Death'; 'A Coffin For the Bride'; 'I'm the Girl He Wants to Kill'; 'Death to Sister Mary'; 'In the Steps of a Deadman'; 'Come Out, Come Out Wherever You Are'; 'The Next Scream You Hear'; 'Screamer'; 'Nurse Will Make it Better'; 'Night is the Time For Killing'; 'Killer With Two Faces'; 'A Killer in Every Corner'; 'Where the Action Is'; 'If It's a Man - Hang Up!'; 'The Double Kill'; 'Won't Write Home Mom - I'm Dead'; 'The Crazy Kill'; 'Good Salary - Prospects - Free Coffin'; 'The Next Voice You See'; 'Murder Motel'; 'Sleepwalker'; 'The Next Victim'; 'Nightmare For a Nightingale'; 'Dial a Deadly Number'; 'Kill Two Birds'; 'A Midsummer Nightmare' and 'Death in Deep Water'.
All 39 episodes from the first series of the 1960s espionage drama starring Patrick McGoohan as John Drake. in 'View From the Villa', Drake's investigation of a banker's murder takes him to the seaside town of Portmeirion. In 'Time to Kill', Drake is on the trail of a killer in Paris. In 'Josetta', Drake enlists the help of a murdered man's blind sister to try to track down the man's killer. 'The Blue Veil' sees Drake in the Arabian desert uncovering a slave trail. In 'The Lovers', Drake is enlisted by the a President's aide to protect the President during a visit to London. 'The Girl in Pink Pyjamas' sees Drake investigating a plot to kill a Balkan president after following up an unlikely lead. In 'Position of Trust', Drake works with a US agent to put an opium supplier from the Middle East out of business. In 'The Lonely Chair', Drake must impersonate the father of a kidnapped girl in order to save the girl's life. In 'The Sanctuary', Drake goes undercover to investigate the activities of an IRA gang. 'An Affair of State' is set in the Caribbean, where Drake discovers that the apparent suicide of a US economics expert was in fact murder. In 'The Key', Drake must find out who is leaking information from Vienna's US Embassy. 'The Sisters' features a beautiful young refugee who wants to claim political asylum; Drake has been assigned to investigate her case. In 'The Prisoner', Drake must act quickly to save the life of an American confined in the US Embassy on a Caribbean island. 'The Traitor', set in India, sees Drake betrayed by a potential killer. 'Colonel Rodriguez' sees Drake in the Caribbean again, accused of murder as he tries to clear the name of a jornalist charged with spying. In 'The Island', Drake's plane crashes with him and two prisoners inside. 'Find and Return' sees Drake trying to convince a girl to leave the mid-East with him, before the British catch up with her. 'The Girl Who Liked GIs' is set in Munich, where, in order to solve the murder of an American GI, Drake must pose as a GI himself. 'Name, Date and Place' sees Drake linking a series of apparently unrelated murders, and deducing that the victims were assassinated. In 'Vacation', Drake uncovers an assassination plot while on holiday. In 'The Conspirators', Drake protects a British Diplomat's widow from two would-be killers. 'The Honeymooners' sees Drake in the Far East, investigating the murder of a Chinese businessman. In 'The Gallows Tree', Drake is in the Scottish Highlands investigating the mysterious case of a stolen car covered in the fingerprints of a man thought long-dead. 'The Relaxed Informer' sees Drake investigating an interpreter thought to be a security risk. 'The Brothers' is set off the Sicilian coast, where Drake must recover a diplomat's bag stolen by mountain bandits after a plane crash. In 'The Journey Ends Halfway', Drake poses as a Czech engineer in order to break up an organisation that poses as an escape route for refugees, but in fact kills its clients. 'Bury the Dead' sees Drake investigating a car crash in which a NATO agent was killed. In 'Sabotage', Drake goes undercover as a pilot when the owner of an airline is killed, and several of the airline's planes crash. In 'Contessa', Drake investigates the smuggling of cocaine into New York City. 'The Leak' sees Drake joining forces with a European doctor to investigate a series of illnesses among workers at a nuclear power station in Africa. In 'The Trap', Drake follows a cipher expert to Venice after she disappears from her job at the US Embassy in London. In 'The Actor', Drake is in Hong Kong on the trail of a secret code being sent out by a radio station. In 'Hired Assassin', Drake poses as a South American revolutionary to infiltrate a gang of assassins plotting to kill the President. 'The Coyannis Story' sees Drake investigating a Balkan minister who has been embezzling government money. In 'Find and Destroy', Drake has to destroy a top-secret miniature submarine that has sunk off a South American coast. In 'Under the Lake', Drake uncovers more than he bargained for when he investigates the flooding of the US market with counterfeit notes. In 'The Nurse', Drake protects an infant king and his erstwhile nurse while on a rescue expedition in the Arabian desert. In 'Dead Man Walks', Drake is assigned to investigate the deaths of an entire team of researchers who were working on tropical diseases. 'Deadline' sees Drake in Africa, disguised as a gunrunner in order to catch a gang of terrorists.
The complete series of the 1950s adventure show following the attempts of a maverick freedom fighter to bring down the tyrant who exercises control over 16th century Florence. Marco del Monte (Edmund Purdom) is prepared to die for his belief in a free society. No doubt the tyrannical Duke de Medici (Martin Benson) would be happy to kill him as well, but Marco is an elusive figure and a redoubtable enemy. The episodes are: 'Francesca', 'The Sicilian', 'Choice of Weapons', 'Caterina', 'The Hero', 'Portrait in Emerald Green', 'The Duke', 'The Eye of the Artist', 'The Tower', 'Alessandro', 'The Ship', 'The Bracelet', 'The Slave', 'The Bell', 'The Suspects', 'Serenade in Red', 'Marriage of Convenience', 'The Value of Paper', 'The Pagan Venus', 'Forgery in Red Chalk', 'Vespucci', 'The School', 'Chart of Gold', 'The Ambassador', 'The Lion and the Mouse', 'Angelica's Past', 'The Besieged Duchess', 'Cristina', 'The Strange Intruder', 'The Primavera', 'A Game of Chance', 'The Marionettes', 'The Reluctant Duke', 'The Vendetta', 'Who Is Felecia?', 'Violetta', 'Adrianna', 'The Assassin' and 'The Woman in the Picture'.
The complete series 1 and 2 of the 1970s' ITV thriller following the exploits of crimefighters Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn), Contessa Di Contini (Nyree Dawn Porter) and Paul Buchett (Tony Anholt). The episodes are: '2000 Feet to Die', 'Disappearing Trick', 'Quick Brown Fox', 'Numbers Game', 'Triple Cross', 'A Kind of Wild Justice', 'See No Evil', 'Balance of Terror', 'King Con', 'The Big Hit', 'The First Circle', 'Chase', 'With a Little Help From My Friends', 'For the Rest of Your Natural', 'The Bodyguards', 'Talkdown', 'A Case for the Right', 'A Matter of Life and Death', 'It Could Be Practically Anywhere On the Island', 'Vocal', 'It Was All Over in Lepzig', 'Bagman', 'The Bridge', 'Fighting Fund', 'Quin', 'Lena', 'Goodbye George Implicado', 'The Last Frontier', 'Baubles, Bangles and Beads', 'Petard', 'Burning Bush', 'Border Line', 'WAM (Part 1)', 'WAM (Part 2)', Dragon Chase', 'Zeke's Blues', 'Decoy', 'A Pocketful of Posies', 'Shadbolt', 'Sugar and Spice', 'Blockbuster', 'Wheels', 'The Tiger and the Goat', 'The Insider', 'Trial' and 'Route 27'.
All twenty-six episodes of the swashbuckling British television series starring Terence Morgan as the great adventurer, explorer and defender of the Queen, as he wages his war against the Spanish Empire. Episodes are: 'The Prisoner'; 'The Lost Colony of Virginia'; 'Mary, Queen of Scots'; 'Doctor Dee'; 'Bold Enterprise'; 'The English Dragon'; 'Boy Jack'; 'The Garrison'; 'Visit to Spain'; 'The Flame Thrower'; 'The Governor's Revenge'; 'The Slaves of Spain'; 'The Doughty Plot'; 'King of America'; 'The Irish Pirate'; 'Beggars of the Sea'; 'Drake on Trial'; 'The Bridge'; 'Johnnie Factotum'; 'Mission to Paris'; 'The Reluctant Duchess'; 'The Gypsies'; 'Court Intrigue'; 'Gentlemen of Spain'; 'The Fountain of Youth' and 'Escape'.
Episodes 1 and 4 of this adventure are missing from the BBC archives, and so Nicholas Courtney (the Brigadier) fills in the narrative. The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), Jamie and Zoe arrive in late 20th century London to discover that something fishy is going on at Tobias Vaughan's electronics factory. A scientist has gone missing, and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and the newly formed UNIT are on the case. What does Vaughan produce in his factory, and who are the creatures he speaks to through that revolving whirring device in his office cupboard? It can only be the Cybermen, out to invade the Earth and convert humankind. Resistance is useless, but the Doctor and UNIT will have a go anyway.
All 18 episodes of the 1956 British TV series based on Baroness Orczy's novel about a vigilante operating in France during Robespierre's Reign of Terror. Marius Goring stars as both the Pimpernel and his less glamorous alter ego, Sir Percy Blakeney, whose enemies include the dastardly police chief, Chauvelin (Stanley Van Beers). The episodes are: 'The Hostage', 'Sir Percy's Wager', 'Lady in Distress', 'The Elusive Chauvelin', 'Something Remembered', 'The Sword of Justice', 'Thanksgiving Day', 'Sir Andrew's Fate', 'The Ambassador's Lady', 'The Christmas Present', 'The Flower Woman', 'The Imaginary Invalid', 'The Princess', 'Antoine and Antoinette', 'Winged Madonna', 'Gentlemen of the Road', 'The Farmer's Boy' and 'A Tale of Two Pigtails'.
Patrick Troughton stars as the Doctor in this serial from the fifth series of the popular sci-fi show. When the TARDIS escapes from peril in space into the London Underground network, the Doctor and his companions, Jamie McCrimmon (Frazer Hines) and Victoria Waterfield (Deborah Watling), discover that danger lurks in the British capital, too. A robot yeti, unleashed by the carelessness of Professor Travers (Jack Watling), is wreaking havoc. Can the Doctor find a way to contain the creature and the alien forces lurking in the background?
The Doctor (Patrick Troughton) and Jamie arrive at space station J7 to ask the Doctor's old friend Dastari to cease his experiments in time travel. The station is invaded, and when Doctor number 6 (Colin Baker) and Peri arrive, they find a shell-shocked Jamie claiming that the Doctor has been killed. It is in fact all part of a Sontaran plot to discover the secrets of time travel, which necessitates a trip to Seville to rescue the earlier incarnation of the Time Lord. Patrick Troughton's last appearance as the Doctor.
Patrick Troughton takes on the role of the Doctor for this TV serial in which his evil double plots to rule the world by triggering a series of volcanic eruptions. The action is set in near-future Australia, where the Doctor learns from an acquaintance named Giles Kent (Bill Kerr) that he is a dead ringer for Salamander (also Troughton), a high-profile figure who has devised a means of storing solar energy that enables him to unleash natural disasters at will. Through impersonating Salamander the Doctor discovers more about his plot, but, with his enemy also capable of impersonating him, the Doctor will face a stern test of his wits if he is to restore peace.
Documentary about the actor Patrick Troughton and his time playing the second Doctor in the long-running BBC sci-fi series 'Doctor Who', from 1966 to 1969.
The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), Jamie and Zoe land on the planet of the Gonds, the brightest of whom are periodically selected to serve the unseen Krotons, and never seen again. When Zoe and the Doctor are selected too, the battle is on to destroy the crystalline aliens.
The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), Jamie and Zoe are captured and witness a series of war games staged by aliens on a mysterious planet, with warriors from history pitted against each other. They discover this to be a plot by the War Lords, who are being aided and abetted by the War Chief, a member of the Doctor's own race. In desperation the Doctor summons his people, the Time Lords, for help. This was Patrick Troughton's last regular appearance as the Doctor, and is the first story to feature the Time Lords.
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