A team of soldiers break into an enemy missile base. Such is the secrecy of their mission, they have been hypnotically programmed with their orders and will only remember each stage of the ... See full summary »

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Elizabeth Bell ...
Lydia
Marianne Benet ...
Ira
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Brinson
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Denman
Thomas Ellice ...
Stock (as Martin C. Thurley)
Robert Oates ...
Fulman
Robert Walker ...
Camber
Kenneth Watson ...
Hine
David Whitman ...
Sanders
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A team of soldiers break into an enemy missile base. Such is the secrecy of their mission, they have been hypnotically programmed with their orders and will only remember each stage of the operation when they hear a pre-arranged signal. It seems foolproof, but gradually doubt and paranoia begin to overtake them. Written by Gazhack

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9 June 1971 (UK)  »

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Very interesting ...

I did not know this TV show at all. Of course, I am french and I guess that, in 1971, this series was not aired on this other side of the Channel. I just discovered it. I am amazed by this very first episode I watch. I did not expect this. I won't tell the story, the summary line did it well, certainly better than I could do. And the other user spoke about it very well too. I will just point out that kind of topic is a surprise from this early 70's era. I think on the contrary of a very modern story, as we could see right now, in 2010's. Because you know that, since ten years, these stories of people prisoner in a narrow space, a room, a vault, a bunker, is very used all over the movie industry. Since CUBE and SAW films. There were dozens of these topics. And when I saw this episode, I thought of the new movie fashion...

Some screen writers thought about it more than thirty years ago.

Strange isn'it...


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