David Eakins, a scientist time travels 200 years into the future, where he encounters Logan, Jessica and Rem, where he plans to change history and prevent the nuclear war. Can Logan, Jessica and Rem ...
It is the 24th Century, where the survivors of a nuclear war live within a domed city sealed off from the outside world, where all citizens can only live until they are 30 years. Logan, a Sandman, an...
Two reporters, Tracy and Chuck, get a message from a third one who discovered something about "Futureworld" and was killed before he could tell anyone about it. They visit Futureworld to ... See full summary »
Sci-fi thriller about the takeover of earth by alien tripods. The conquerers start controlling human minds, but not until after they reach the age of sixteen. Two boys seek to end the ... See full summary »
This television series portrays a futuristic society where citizens are only allowed to live until age 30. Logan is a Sandman (police assassin) who is 26 years old; he decides to try to escape to freedom and a mythical place called 'Sanctuary.' He is pursued by his former friend, another Sandman, who attempts to terminate him. Written by
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
The last 3 epsiodes of the series was not seen in the United States due to the show being canceled, but was seen in Great Britain. It wasn't until Ted Turner brought the MGM library were they seen on TNT in the late 80's. See more »
I did manage to get a rather poor quality video to DVD copy of all the episodes of this series. I too was nostalgic about the series. I used to watch this on a Saturday morning. I still has a good feel to it. The stories do now seem weak and the world does seem to be full of people wanting to control it. This does not distract the viewer from enjoying the dated costumes and at times rather weak extras. I forgot how many times REM says - "My dear Jessica". STill a classic. Don't think they will release this on DVD. Seems the market couldn't afford it. One last comment I thought the wheels on the solar car were very well hidden, but the fact they had to slide the wooden doors open like a bread bin...makes me laugh still.
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