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The Tomorrow People - The Doomsday Men [DVD] [1974]

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  • Actors: Elizabeth Adare, Nicholas Young, Peter Vaughan-Clarke, Philip Gilbert, Christopher Chittell
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Revelation Films
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Feb. 2003
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007DWOG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,323 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The Tomorrow People are investigating the Doomsday Men, a secret organisation that glorify war as character building. Their leader is reputed to be Sir Arthur McLelland who's only living relative is his grandson Douglas, who attends Glen College, a boarding school in Scotland... EPISODES Episode 023: Dressed To Kill, Episode 024: The Burning Sword, Episode 025: Run Rabbit Run, Episode 026: The Shuttlecock SPECIAL FEATURES Full Episode Guide, Character Biographies, Picture Gallery, Fact Files, Exclusive Commentaries from Nicholas Young, Peter Vaughn-Clarke & Elizabeth Adare

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I'm an American fan of The Tomorrow People. We saw this show in the early-mid 80's on a cable network called Nickelodeon. I loved this show immensely and I even imitated scenes from the series when I was very young. I was in heaven when I saw that they put this cool show on DVD FINALLY. I'm still being patient for the last 3 seasons and hope they publish them on DVD really soon! I really love Liz's concern for us normal human beings on this series. It was really funny to see how much Stephen hated being in boarding school too. I was amazed about his fencing abilities too. I was glad to see that Douglas McClelland didn't want to see Paul (Simon Gipps Kent-Rest In Peace) Frazier and Stephen killed at the end of the Doomsday Men. This was probably one of the better episodes of the second season if you ask this YANK. Keep up the good work guys and i'm looking forward to purchasing the rest of the series as it comes out.
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Blimey, they got away with murder on this show. I loved it as a kid and it is still great fun, but really....this is a two parter stretched out to four episodes with a lot of silly comedy stuff thrown in for no good purpose.
The futuristic 70s lab is a very cool if low budget set that still looks great and the basic idea of the teens with psychic powers is a winner. But the seventies fashions date it a lot and there's worse. Every time something happens, the heroes stand around and discuss it for a full three or four minutes in their base, while eating and sipping drinks. They barely leave their lab at all! I suppose the writer/producer must have been fairly talented because he actually disguises this fact by making the delays and long conversations seem really necessary, but his comedy shtick with a silent comedy parking inspector reveals his lack of self discipline or respect for his show and its fans. A pity.
And its a genuine pity because the anti war theme, not to mention the use of a tough boarding school plot mixed cleverly with SF makes for a gripping and compelling mix which has a real point to make. Shoddy FX don't help much either. But, for its faults, the good outweighs the bad as with most of the stories in this series and my stepsons loved the show as much as my brother and I did when we were boys.
It's a rare commodity this, a genuinely good kids show that adults can get something out of too. And that's worth the price.
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This seventies Sci-fi series for children is still very watchable today. The Doomsday men is perhaps one of the best Tomorrow People stories, although it is slightly let down by an over reoccuring joke about a traffic warden and a disappearing van (as stated in other reviews).
The commentaries by ex-members of the cast are always entertaining and make the Dvds worth getting (particularly for the very small price that they are currently available!)
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