Kendall, the captain of a spaceship whose crewmember has been murdered, offers Blake the location to Destiny if he helps him find the killer on-board the ship.

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Paul Darrow ...
Jan Chappell ...
Michael Keating ...
David Jackson ...
Peter Tuddenham ...
Zen (voice)
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Dr. Kendall
Beth Morris ...
Sara
Stephen Tate ...
Mandrian
Nigel Humphreys ...
Sonheim
Kate Coleridge ...
Levett
Carl Forgione ...
Grovane
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Pasco
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Rafford
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Kendall, the captain of a spaceship whose crewmember has been murdered, offers Blake the location to Destiny if he helps him find the killer on-board the ship.

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13 February 1978 (UK)  »

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John Leeson, who plays Pasco in this story, later appeared as Toise in _Gambit_. He is also known as the voice of K9 in Doctor Who (1963). See more »

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Watch closely when circuitry is handled by Avon. You will see that some of it is made using a set of dominoes. See more »

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Cally: My people have a saying, "A man who trusts can never be betrayed, only mistaken."
Avon: The life expectancy must be fairly short among your people.
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Mission to Destiny
22 May 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

In "Mission to Destiny" Blake is offered the location and means to go to the planet Destiny in exchange for finding the killer on board of a spaceship led by a captain Kendall.

"Mission to Destiny" is an exciting, thrilling Blake's 7 episode that functions somewhat like you would expect a murder-mystery in space to, but offers plenty of twists and unexpected plot devices to keep the viewer entertained for the 51-minute running time. The acting from all the guest stars is good and the atmosphere is excellent, aided by the solid design (again, considering the budget) of the locations in the episode.

9/10


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