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Three children stumble upon the imprisoned sorcerer Rothgo and are drawn into a mysterious search through time for the magical Nidus which has been stolen by the evil witch Belor. Written by
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I am old enough to remember watching the original transmission of this on ITV when it was screened as part of the weekday afternoon children's slot. It was "Awesome" then & now that I finally own it on its Network DVD release it is still "Awesome". Pamela Salem is "Superb" as the evil Belor! For anyone reading these reviews who is trying to find something "Entertaining" "Exciting" & "Different" for their children to watch & enjoy this cannot be recommended enough! These "Wonderful" adventure serials just aren't made anymore. Everything made for children today has to be "Ultra Slick" & "Glossy" but they all miss the "Essential" ingredient which is a "Good Story". You can watch any amount of so called "Dodgy" special effects as long as you have a "Good Story" and that is exactly what "Into The Labyrinth" delivers!!
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