The fantastic steampunk adventures of the future science fiction writer and his friends, the Foggs and Passepartout.
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Francesca Hunt ...
 Rebecca Fogg (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Passepartout (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Jules Verne (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Phileas Fogg (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Sir Jonathan Chatsworth / ... (11 episodes, 2000)
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In this series, we see the adventures of the young Father of Science Fiction and his friends, Phileas and Rebecca Fogg and their servant, Passepartout. In an alternative Victorian era, which has taken that era's technology to fantastic levels, this intrepid quartet battles villians wherever they find them. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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Inventing the future. Battling to save it.


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According to an early list of casting suggestions for the series, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Kate Beckinsale were among several actresses originally considered for the role of Rebecca Fogg. See more »

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Phileas Fogg: We have to get him out of there.
Passepartout: But the whole battlefield is covered with rushing bullets, master.
Phileas Fogg: True, Passepartout, but besides the point!
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Good production let down by poor writing.
24 April 2001 | by (Omaha, Nebraska) – See all my reviews

This is a show I really wanted to succeed. I've been a fan of shows like The Wild Wild West, The Avengers and Doctor Who all my life. And since this show is, in essence, an amalgam of all three, I eagerly looked forward to seeing it. I really wanted it to work.

And most of it does.

The production design, photography and visual effects are very good, especially for a rather modestly budgeted production. And although Chris Demetral is a little wan as Jules Verne, the rest of the cast is top-notch, particularly Francesca Hunt as British secret agent Rebecca Fogg. Hunt's is one of the best-realized performances I have ever seen, an absolutely perfect match of actor and role. As good as they are, though, it's hard for them to get past the cliché-ridden, haphazardly plotted, predictable scripting (particularly by series creator Gavin Scott, who was, as I understand it, deposed halfway through the series' 22 episode run).

This is a show that would probably benefit from getting a few more episodes under its belt. But I wouldn't hold my breath. Despite initially getting a great timeslot on the Sci-Fi channel (right after their most popular show, Farscape) the show failed to garner much of an audience and is now banished to the middle of the night graveyard shift , where no one will see it.


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