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Hatton Cross3,562 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
*raised hand (just about though)*

Question is - why is this significant? Personal involvement in that episode, Mr T?

By the way, love that second photo. Love studio set pictures that feature whats to be seen if the TV camera panned up and to either the left or right.

Which studio was the spacecraft internals done in? Guessing either TC1, 3 or 6.
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TROGGLES1,151 posts since 3 Sep 2005
London London
*raised hand (just about though)*

Question is - why is this significant? Personal involvement in that episode, Mr T?

By the way, love that second photo. Love studio set pictures that feature whats to be seen if the TV camera panned up and to either the left or right.

Which studio was the spacecraft internals done in? Guessing either TC1, 3 or 6.

The reason I posted it now was that I was busy with work when the debut episode aired on 1st Jan. Just to clarify the age thing I was 13 when it aired Razz ..I'm quite grey enough without adding any more years Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Im sure the final batch of episodes were shot in TC6. Ill go and get my Ovaltine Wink
..."at the first sign of danger my pussy's hairs stand on end" Betty Slocombe 27/05/1975
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davidhorman2,459 posts since 8 Mar 2005
Channel Channel Islands
Sees a thread titled "Blake's 7" on TVForum. Pulse quickens... quickly followed by disappointment.

Blake's 7 has a great pres-related story attached to it. Series 3 was expected to be the last - they blew the ship up, and its set. Bill Cotton, then Head of Television, happened to have been watching and enjoyed it so much that he phoned in and told them to announce that it would back for another series - much to the surprise of any cast and crew who were watching.
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