The Time Tunnel [Blu-ray]
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- Available for the first time on Blu-ray!
- New 5.1 surround sound mixes provide an extraordinary new depth to the audio.
- A 1080 HD 1:33:1 spec. digitally enhanced to significantly improve the picture quality & increase depth of field, making it far superior to the existing DVD.
- All 30 episodes to be restored to their original uncut format & broadcast order.
- Packed full of bonus material including the original unaired pilot, interviews with the cast, the TV movie from 1976, the unaired 2002 TV pilot and more...
- Will contain a brand new booklet, written in association with the world s most prominent & knowledgeable Irwin Allen devotees, The Irwin Allen News Network.
Top Customer Reviews
This can be so off putting.
I thought this was supposed to be about the "BLU-RAY" version, which at the time of writing (Mon. 27th Feb. 2017) this set hasn't been released yet,
and possibly delayed as I've noticed the release date (March 20th 2017) has been taken off and the status is now "Currently Unavailable".
I love the show and have both the hatchet job from Revelation, and the Region 1 double sided discs.
I am so looking forward to this "BLU-RAY" from Revelation who have promised to put right what was wrong from their previously released version.
I am REALLY" looking forward to the promised new audio mix & improved picture, which to my eyes was brilliant on the previously released DVD versions anyway.
So don't read the previous reviews and let that put you off buying.
Wait until it's released, buy it and then send in your reviews
The Time Tunnel wasn't one of Irwin Allen's most successful series - it only ran one season - but thanks to syndication it managed to gain a fairly loyal following even after its two accidental time travellers were literally left no better off than when they started at the end of the final episode, so Fox's two volume remastered US set of the series was certainly welcome, but it's suffered some terrible and hugely damaging cuts in its trip across the Atlantic to UK DVD.
The show's ambitions were never really matched by its budget - although it was a costly Technicolor series (shot by the Oscar winning cinematographer of She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Winton C. Hoch, no less, while The 7th Voyage of Sinbad's Nathan Juran directed several episodes and John Williams contributed the memorable title music), part of the fun would be spotting the rehashed costumes, standing sets, music (particularly Bernard Herrmann's King of the Khyber Rifles and Franz Waxman's Prince Valiant) and stock footage from films like Helen of Troy or 300 Spartans for the various historical periods Robert Colbert and James Darren would fall into while Whit Bissell, Lee Meriwether and John Zaremba tried hopelessly to bring them back to present day 1968 in the impressively designed giant underground time tunnel complex.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Oh happy days! Great to watch again one of my favourite sci fi series from childhood.Published 5 months ago by Gloria
got it as xmas present from wife,brings back memories of when i used to watch this series as a teenager brilliant i love it.Published 5 months ago by brian bosher
Classic TV. Memories of my childhood. Dreadful acting. Loved it.Published 7 months ago by Stephen Vidgen