War of the Worlds: Season 1, Episode 4

A Multitude of Idols (24 Oct. 1988)

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The Martians continue to expand their operations. Sparked by random footage shot by a reporter Harrison's the team descend on the previously abandoned town of Breeton, where they find a bustling community that in theory should not exist.

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Lynda Mason Green ...
Philip Akin ...
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Elise Conway
Neil Vipond ...
Reverend
Ray James ...
FBI Leader
Von Flores ...
Alex
Jackie Richardson ...
Blanche
Garfield Andrews ...
Simons
Roger McKeen ...
Driver #1
Tedd Dillon ...
Driver #2
Judy Sinclair ...
Judy
Chick Roberts ...
Frank
Richard Gira ...
FBI #1
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The Martians continue to expand their operations. Sparked by random footage shot by a reporter Harrison's the team descend on the previously abandoned town of Breeton, where they find a bustling community that in theory should not exist.

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29 August 2007 | by (Planet ScottT) – See all my reviews

Late 80s sci-fi show based upon the 1953 movie. The premise is original, but the writing wasn't. Far from horrible, far from excellent. If you are a sci-fi fan, you most likely would enjoy this. The show was re-tooled for the second season, which indicated the studio's meddling with the show, which in turn was it's demise. Plot holes in sci-fi can be over looked from time to time(a team of 4 try to follow and stop an alien invasion),and that was not the primary problem here. The biggest was weak characters and over the top characters. With a little better writing, this show would have been much better and survived much longer.


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