Toward the end of the first episode, Stockport Pyramid is clearly visible whilst Sam in on the roof with Anne. The Pyramid was not completed until 1992 See more »
Someone needs to take a look at you boss, you're as white as a ginger bird's arse!
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Much of the music originally featured in this episode was changed for the DVD release. "Stairway to the Stars" by Blue Oyster Cult was replaced with "Feel Too Good" by the Move. "I'm So Free" by Lou Reed was replaced with "Is There Something" by Roxy Music. "Rat Back Blue" by Deep Purple was replaced with "Easy Living" by Uriah Heep, and "Fireball" by Deep Purple was replaced with "Look at Yourself" by Uriah Heep. See more »
Managing to both doth the cap to 70's cop shows of old while also being modern enough to bring in today's audiences this first episode of 'Life on Mars' has an awful lot to do, and manages to do it all effortlessly.
We really feel for Sam Tyler and his plight, while also completely loving Gene Hunt, despite the fact he's a homophobic lout, and a lot of this is down to the portrayals given by the actors.
A good show and a great start.
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