Soldiers of Fortune: Season 1, Episode 15

Torch of Olympiad (7 May 1955)

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Tim and Toubu visit Crete to search for a relic over three thousand years old called "The Torch of the Olympiad".



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Episode complete credited cast:
Joanne Davis ...
Carolyn Young
Dr. Pingree
Hugh Sanders ...
Walter DeLand


Tim and Toubu visit Crete to search for a relic over three thousand years old called "The Torch of the Olympiad".

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7 May 1955 (USA)  »

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A good time waster TV series

Another TV show I discover, and which I have never heard about. i don't think it was ever aired in France, even Europe. But I am not sure about it. Anyway, this seems to be a pleasant adventure TV series, in the line of old serials. The stuff I Watch is from old taping offs from the late seventies, or from a bootlegged master prints picked somewhere. It was never released in disc sets available in department stores.

Nothing special about this episode. It looks like the other ones I have already watched. The directors make their job without any conviction, the perfect yes men who received the order to entertain the audiences. That's all. Old timers, for most of them, very few young directors we could find again several years later for the big screen.

An acceptable material for old movie and TV buffs. And I perfectly understand that some dudes have kept this TV series in their memory, their childhood one. I know what it is. Nostalgia.

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