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"Red Dwarf" Back to Earth (Part One) (2009)

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Original Air Date:
10 April 2009 (Season 9, Episode 1)
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Plot:
Life has not been the same since the nanabots re-created Red Dwarf, and now Lister and Rimmer are forced to take on the guards in a basketball game... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Episode Crew
Directed by
Doug Naylor 
 
Writing credits
Rob Grant (creator) &
Doug Naylor (creator)

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Produced by
Charles Armitage .... executive producer
Andrew Ellard .... associate producer
Jo Howard .... line producer
Jo Howard .... producer
Doug Naylor .... executive producer
Helen Norman .... producer
 
Original Music by
Howard Goodall 
 
Cinematography by
Andy Martin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Nick Ames (off-line editor)
 
Casting by
Linda Glover 
 
Production Design by
Mark Harris 
 
Art Direction by
Alex Lemonis 
 
Costume Design by
Howard Burden 
 
Makeup Department
Christine Allsopp .... makeup artist
Andrea Finch .... makeup designer
Sarah Pickering .... makeup artist
Norma Webb .... makeup artist
Barrie Gower .... prosthetic makeup sculptor: kryten (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Becky Page .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vikki Dale .... second assistant director
James Farmer .... third assistant director
Jo Howard .... first assistant director
Nick Rae .... first assistant director
Mike Seymour .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Nik Afia .... storyboard artist
Ben Bagley .... standby props
Graeme Callander .... storyboard artist
Jane Gilchrist .... standby props
Adam Harris .... standby props
Natasha Jones .... art department coordinator
Karen Krizanovich .... property buyer
Humayun Mirza .... storyboard artist
Mark Papworth .... standby props
Morgan Parker .... standby props
Antony Parnell .... standby props
Steve Register .... property master
Bill Thomas .... props
Luke Whitelock .... standby props
 
Sound Department
Chris Ashworth .... sound recordist
Louis Franklin .... boom operator
Paul Hickey .... boom operator
Mark Owen .... dubbing mixer
Robert Brazier .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Ed Colyer .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Glen Gathard .... sfx/foley editor (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Vipin Agrawal .... digital compositor
Mike Seymour .... visual effects supervisor
Simon Blackledge .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Kenneth Bonde .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Mark Dascoli .... digital artist (uncredited)
Ian Douglas .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Marijn Eken .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Matthew Graham .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
André Hedetoft .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jose Herrera .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jeff Heusser .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Leonid Karachko .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Matt Leonard .... animator (uncredited)
Richard Levene .... animator (uncredited)
Eric Mainzer .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Yannick Meillier .... visual effects (uncredited)
John Montgomery .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Igor Ryabchuk .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jimmy Shen .... visual effects (uncredited)
Johan Sundkvist .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Rachel Uwa .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Thorsten Wolf .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Barker .... rigger
Chris Bird .... electrician
Mark Funnell .... electrician
Trevor Henen .... focus puller
Jason Iqbal .... camera assistant
Sam Kite .... electrician
Alun Knott .... camera operator (as Al Knott)
Stefan Lissner .... best boy
Dean Morris .... grip
Bob O'Brian .... electrician
Neil Purcell .... camera operator
Jim Russell .... gaffer
Taylor Russell .... electrician
Richard Shaw .... camera assistant
Alex Taylor .... focus puller
Deane Thrussell .... digital imaging technician
Grant Wiesinger .... rigger
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carly Griffith .... costumes
Fraser Purfit .... costumes
 
Editorial Department
Nick Adams .... colorist
Nick King .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Bernd Clayton .... production team
Bob Cranston .... archive source
Stan Fus .... location manager
Karen Hinton .... production accountant
Susan Lawton .... script supervisor
Richard Naylor .... production team
Becky Page .... production coordinator
Lisa Perrin .... commissioning executive: Dave
Stacey Skinner .... production team
Charlie Squire .... production team
Robert Turnbull .... production team
Christopher Watson .... production team
 
Crew believed to be complete


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  • Dave (2009) (UK) (TV)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
In the opening minutes, during the scene where Lister is ironing, a Staples brand "Easy" button is visible on the desk in the center of the room.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Lister is ironing and has put the tomato he was eating to his right on the ironing board. From one shot to the other he suddenly has the tomato in his hand again.See more »
Quotes:
[Cat has described what happened on G deck]
Cat:I need counselling!
Rimmer:You got that right!
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8 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Off to a good start, 10 April 2009
Author: moby1974 (moby1974@hotmail.com) from ENGLAND-carlisle

Well 1st one is down and was it good?........well I have liked the show from the start, not a big t-shirt wearing fan lol but enough to catch each show and so when I heard about this and fact it's been so long and the film that never happened....well I did not hold much hope and felt that this was going to be cheap and unfunny and done for die hard fans who will swear no matter how bad it was that it was funny.......but this is not the case, what they have done is taken a risk and spent more money on it than I ever thought they would, it's not ILM effects but it's very good for a show of its kind, and though the effects have changed its to see the guys have not, they seem to be back into their roles as though they had only been away for a few weeks from our screens, yes more wrinkles here and there but they all hit their lines of a script hats just as good as past ones, yes it's only been one show but if this is signs of things to come then all should be good......but one odd thing is no studio laughter, I don't need a hint to tell me it's funny and where to laugh but just feels odd after all these years.

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