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Josh Kirby... Time Warrior: Chapter 1, Planet of the Dino-Knights (1995)

In the 25th century mankind has found a device capable of destroying the universe. Irwin 1138 separates the Nullifier into 6 pieces which he scatters throughout time. When the evil Dr. ... See full summary »

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Jennifer Burns ...
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Zoetrope
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Irwin 1138
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William of Dearborn
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Sandra Guibord ...
Mistress
Jonathan C. Kaplan ...
Irwin Lee (as Jonathan Charles Kaplan)
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Blacksmith
Robert Louis Kempf ...
Theodore
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Lady in Waiting
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Donald Kirby (as Michael Mahon)
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Mrs. Mandelbaum
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Johnny Green ...
Duke Dunkington
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In the 25th century mankind has found a device capable of destroying the universe. Irwin 1138 separates the Nullifier into 6 pieces which he scatters throughout time. When the evil Dr. Zoetrope goes after the pieces, Irwin 1138 must try to stop him, with the help of a 20th century teenager, Josh Kirby, and a half-human warrior named Azabeth Siege. The race is on. Written by Chuck Ivy

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Rated PG for mild language and action violence
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24 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Az idő harcosa 1.rész: Dinólovagok  »

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The Key to Time story-arc from Doctor Who (1963) is a strong influence behind Josh Kirby: Time Warrior and it's story. In it's 16th season, The 4th Doctor (Tom Baker), K9 (John Leeson) and new companion Romana (Mary Tamm) set out across time and space on a quest to search for all 6 segments of the Key to Time and prevent the Key to Time from being possessed by the evil Black Guardian. Josh Kirby: Time Warrior is the story of 20th century teenager Josh Kirby joining Irwin 1138 and Azabeth Siege on their quest across time to search for the six pieces of the Nullifier and prevent Doctor Zoetrope from possessing all 6 pieces. See more »


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Somewhere in the Night
Performed by Fair Game
Written by Ron Keel
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Maybe I didn't get the joke...
19 December 2001 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This is one of the strangest and most idiotic shows I've ever seen. The premise is cheerfully boneheaded, but could only work with under a larger budget or better production values. While there are some rather original in-jokes littered here and there, namely the references to George Lucas (American Zoetrope Productions and THX 1138), the rest of the show - acting, plot, special effects, script - seems to be comfortable with it's sheer awfulness. I'm not tossing out the possibility that there is a higher intelligence at work here (the ridiculous premise and numerous in-jokes should make this show a cult classic alongside Beastmaster) but based on the empirical evidence... what an amazing piece of crap.


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