Red Dwarf: Season 3, Episode 5

Timeslides (12 Dec. 1989)

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The developing fluid that Krytern uses to process old photographs mutates and the photographs come alive. The Red Dwarf crew find they can go into the photograph, and Lister finds that the ... See full summary »

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Arnold Rimmer / Frank Rimmer
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Robert Addie ...
Gilbert
Rupert Bates ...
Bodyguard
Richard Hainsworth ...
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Emile Charles ...
Simon Gaffney ...
Stephen McIntosh ...
Thickie Holden (as Stephen McKintosh)
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Ski Woman
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Blaize Falconberger
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The developing fluid that Krytern uses to process old photographs mutates and the photographs come alive. The Red Dwarf crew find they can go into the photograph, and Lister finds that the photographs allows them to go back in time and he plans on changing history so that he doesn't end up marooned in deep space. Written by Daniel Williamson

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Trivia

Guitarist Bill Steer also played for Napalm Death with whom he appeared on Craig Charles' children's music series, What's That Noise (1990). The band did two numbers, You Suffer and From Enslavement to Obliteration. See more »

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Lister jumps into a photo of Hitler making a speech, most probably at a Nuremberg rally, and comes out with Stauffenberg's bomb laden briefcase. However, Stauffenberg's assassination attempt on Hitler was in 1944, at least 6 years after the last Nuremberg rally. See more »

Quotes

Rimmer: Anything?
Holly: Got him.
Rimmer: And?
Holly: Tension Sheet, inventor of; Dave Lister, aged 17.
Rimmer: Damn.
Holly: And he died tragically in a plane crash aged 98.
Rimmer: 98?
Holly: Well, it was his own fault, apparently. He was making love to his 14th wife and lost control of the plane.
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At the end of the opening sequence: "Tonight's Special Guest Star - ADOLF HITLER As Himself" See more »

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Referenced in Red Dwarf: Back to Earth (Part Two) (2009) See more »

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Written by Craig Charles
Performed by Emile Charles, Jeff Walker and Bill Steer
(uncredited)
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