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A time traveller named Mr Pem (Henry Jones) sends the submarine Seaview
a million years into the past.
A very pleasing Welch time travel script with some knockout acting from
both Basehart and Henry Jones...the pair talk and talk and talk
together and we hang on every word! I would even go as far as saying
that act two of A Time To Die is the best scripted bit of science
fiction I have ever seen on the screen.
On top of the script and acting we have music, very new Leith Stevens
Much like season two's The Cyborg, this hour is a winning combination
of top sci-fic story telling, top acting, mild humour and totally
outstanding music. And if you feel that A Time To Die needs a follow up
episode, don't worry, you got it, Mr Pem returns in the Voyage/Sea
season final: No Way Back.
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