Simon and Liz were teenage friends who fell into a time hole and found themselves trapped in various periods of the 20th century, where they encounter all sorts of adventures. Many of them ... See full summary »
Simon and Liz were teenage friends who fell into a time hole and found themselves trapped in various periods of the 20th century, where they encounter all sorts of adventures. Many of them involve the nefarious Commander Traynor, who is also traveling in time. Written by
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Episodes 21-24 (the majority of "The Day of the Clone") were made in black & white due to union action over a technicians' pay dispute at ITV (which effectively prevented any sales to US stations). However, although all of the episodes exist as monochrome 16mm film prints, only the sixth episode of "The Time of the Ice-Box" is known to still survive as an original colour videotape copy. See more »
Although all the 26 episodes of Timeslip that were released on video in the UK in the early nineties were black and white telerecordings (kinescopes), one episode is known to exist in colour. This is the final part (6) of the second story, The Time of the Ice Box. A two minute clip in colour was on the Watershed video compilation "The Best Children's TV of the Decade: the 70's" which was released around 1990. The clip included the title sequence...
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