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BLACK TIGHT KILLERS (1966). Review by Steve Kirkham



4 stars. Radiance Films. Blu Ray. 26th February
What’s not to love about a kitschy 60s Japanese movie about a group of scantily clad female ninjas! With six bikini topped young ladies, with bejewelled masks on, gyrating around behind the credits and the title BLACK TIGHT KILLERS you know you are in for a groovy outing.
The film centres on Hondo (Akira Kobayashi), a war photographer in Vietnam. On the way back home from his latest assignment, he sets up a date with air stewardess Yoriko Sawanouchi (Chieko Matsubara). On their assignation she is perturbed by a strange man who seems to have followed them – Hondo goes to confront him and on returning to his table finds his date has disappeared.
Searching, he hears her scream. Meanwhile the curious man is being attacked by three leather clad ladies – he is whipped, beaten and killed, which Hondo witnesses. They use ninja bubble gum bullets to prevent him seeing any more and run off into the night, whilst his new beau looks on. Also watching, unbeknownst to them, are two mysterious trench coated men who will figure later in the plot.
Whilst he is contacting the cops, his girl is snatched by the assassin girls and he finds himself arrested for the death of the stranger and only released when his reporter friend vouches for him and pledges to help him find the girl. Who has kidnapped her and why? Who do these female killers work for? What is going on?
This Blu ray from Radiance is a crisp and colourful rendition of a beautifully shot, dynamic and fun escapade that plays like one of those spy thrillers like the Matt Helm’s or IN LIKE FLINT. It is very sixties – and sometimes quite silly and makes no real attempt at realism. For instance, the scenes set in cars driving along make a virtue of the back projection used, bathing it in various colours to bring an appropriate artificiality to proceedings.
The music emphasises the spy stylings and this is hugely enjoyable with it’s action, the vivacious go-go dancing squad of lady ninjas and the crazy weapons that are employed, including a ball that imbues invisibility, a can of laughing gas and at one point using 7 inch singles (remember those?) to be thrown at victims. Outrageous at times, this is eye-popping, with chromatic and bright pop art pizzazz.
Steve Kirkham

ROOBARB (1974) Review by Steve Kirkham


ROOBARB (1974)

4 stars (for nostalgia)
Fabulous Films/Spirit Entertainment. DVD and Blu Ray. 19th February
It’s kind of mad that a kids cartoon from the 70s is getting the Blu Ray treatment – but here it is, a 50th Anniversary release.
If you are of a certain age, and see just the title ROOBARB, you will immediately hear the theme tune by Johnny Hawksworth in your head and see visions of the distinctive wobbly style of animation (go on admit it – it’s happened already hasn’t it?).
Shown on BBC1 just before the early evening news, it’s one of those shows, like MR. BENN and BAGPUSS, that you remember having loads of episodes – however, the original only had 30, which are all present on this release. It was just shown a lot. It features the gentle narration of Richard Briers.
Created by Grange Calveley, the cartoon introduced the “rough” animation it is fondly remembered for, which was created using marker pens and gave it an incredible dynamic energy. It was directed by famous English animator Bob Godfrey and produced by his company, with each episode being about 5 minutes in length.
So what’s it about (assuming you haven’t seen it): Roobarb, apparently based on creator Calveley’s Welsh border collie is a green dog who enthusiastically gets involved in crazy misadventures. His friendly rival is a pink cat called Custard. That’s it really. Simple…
Charming and innocent fun, this will make you chuckle and watch with an air of nostalgia – it’s all kind of sweet and silly.
Disc 2 features the 2005 revival series ROOBARB… AND CUSTARD TOO, (which I have to admit I didn’t even know existed) which whilst retaining the shaky kind of feel, isn’t quite as energetically visual, as it was a created on computers and the vibrating of the colours and outlines is a little bit too consistent. Shame … still, despite this, it is still amusing, even if it doesn’t live up to its predecessor. Briers returns for the voiceover and there were 39 episodes.
Steve Kirkham

SANTA CLAUS: THE MOVIE (1985) Review by Steve Kirkham



3 stars
StudioCanal. UHD/Blu Ray/DVD/Digital. Out Now. Cinema re-release November 24th
With a simple onscreen title of Santa Claus, this was known as Santa Claus: the Movie via it’s advertising, in an effort to recall the previous success Superman: the Movie from the same production team. They also brought back Jeannot Szwarc, who had helmed Supergirl (1984) for them, and husband and wife team David and Leslie Newman to write a script that in some ways echoes their writing on Superman.
So is the movie a much loved classic deserving of a rediscovery with a 4K spruce up and polish or is it, as many critics have written, an unmitigated disaster? Like any movie like this, its probably somewhere in-between, and checking the User Reviews on the IMDb there are clearly fans out there, though having rewatched it on UHD I am afraid I tend towards the festive fiasco.
A kindly old man called Claus (David Huddleston), who delivers wooden toys he has made to local children ventures out in a blizzard and ends up frozen solid, with his wife Anya (Judy Cornwall) and their reindeer – they are a magically transported to the North Pole by a sparkly star and greeted by Patch and his fellow elves – as he is now to be Santa Claus.
And so begins the legend of the white bearded fellow in a big red, white trimmed coat (an image which was popularised by Coca Cola), delivering parcels around the world (like DHL, though more reliable). Amongst the elves in the workshop you may well spot some familiar faces including Melvyn Hayes, Don Estelle and even Burgess Meredith pops up for one short scene as an ancient Elf.
After several centuries, Santa has become weary and his wife suggests he takes on an assistant in the shape of the loyal Patch. When this ends in disaster, the newly promoted elf decamps to New York and falls in with evil toy manufacturer B.Z. Overplayed by John Lithgow the film partially livens up with his over the top acting.
It’s not enough however to save this colourful but charmless outing. It tries it’s hardest to be magical but ends up being cheesy and is severely let down by a weak script and visual effects which look even worse in 4K. It isn’t helped by the Henry Mancini score that attempts to constantly clue you in when you are supposed to be enraptured and spellbound by what is onscreen. You won’t be!
Apparently several directors were approached to handle the project including Lewis Gilbert, Robert Wise and even John Carpenter (now that would have been interesting).
This new 4K restoration, which we are reliably informed had 150 hours spent on it to clean it up, is a disappointment visually – whilst it is vividly rendered, much of it has dancing grain which is even more distracting when the effects scenes kick in.
Look out for a young Nicole Appleton of the group All Saints as one of the little girls in a ballet class.
New Interview with Mrs.Claus: Judy Cornwell
The Making of Santa Claus
Shooting the Press Conference Scene
Deleted Scenes
Steve Kirkham

Welcome to The Spirit Tracers issue #2. If you’re a fan of Star Wars, Superman and Dune you will love this.




This just in from our pals at The Spirit Today ers.

Welcome to Issue #2 of The Spirit Tracers! We’d like to say a big thank you to those that came on board our first campaign and we hope you join us on this next issue as this edition is going to be an exciting ride… taking  you further into the realms of the Yellow and Blue Galaxies. You can order your copy or copies in the rewards section. You only get charged if we reach our target.

So beyond the tagline, what’s ‘The Spirit Tracers’ about?

What if every negative thought and idea travelled somewhere into space. And what if some ‘strange entity’ was able to capture all of that and use it as a weapon against the law of attraction. Join us on an epic journey of spirituality, magic and reincarnation across the ‘Crystal Star System.’

DOOR MOUSE (2022) Reviewed by Steve Kirkham





3 stars
The Movie Partnership. Digital download. Out now

Door Mouse is an indie Canadian neo-noir mystery thriller about a broke comic book artist called Mouse (terrifically played, complete with “Mickey Mouse” hairdo, by Hayley Law, Riverdale). To make ends meet, as drawing her Whoreific strip isn’t paying the bills, she also works as a dancer at a burlesque bar run by baseball bat wielding Mama (Famke Janssen, the most recognisable face in the cast). When Doe Eyes, one of the other girls that work there, and Mouse’s buddy, goes missing, our intrepid scribbler decides to turn detective to try and track her down. She is helped by her friend called Ugly (Keith Powers, who isn’t, ugly that is).

Before long even more of the female workers have been snatched and she finds herself drawn into a sinister world full of unsavoury characters, putting herself in danger as she tries desperately to find out what has happened to her co-workers.

Playing out like an old school detective movie, complete with voice over, this is stylishly shot by Mike McLaughlin, with visuals that are at once both gritty and colourfully flashy, and it cleverly incorporates animated sequences, drawn by our protagonist, to further its narrative.

Better known as an actor (he also appears in the film as drug dealer Moony) Avan Jogia both directs – in his feature film debut – and also wrote the script. It shows him as a talent worth keeping an eye as he clearly has a distinctive vision. It does skirt with style over substance but just about manages to keep things together – almost becoming a budget version of Eyes Wide Shut at the end, with cheaper papier mache masks!

Cultdom beckons – It’s certainly different and all the better for it.

Steve Kirkham

Infinity Index 49-60


Thanks to Mark Campbell for this! Infinity Index 49-60

London’s Burning Reunion


Okay gang, met this lovely fella at a Misty Moon gig who is holding a London’s Burning reunion. Promised him a big plug so here it is. Sounds like an amazing event!

Infinity Index 3


Here’s a third Infinity Index for those of you who want to check whether we have covered your favourite film, TV show or comic etc. Thanks to Mark Campbell for this! Infinity Index 37-48

Infinity Index Issues 25-36



From Ad Astra to Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain—via Whoopee!, sweet cigarettes and Worzel Gummidge—here’s another exhaustive index from INFINITY contributor Mark Campbell, covering everything from issues 25 to 36 of your favourite Sci-Fi / Nostalgia magazine.

Interviews and features only appear in the categorised listings if they give the subject more than just a passing mention. I know this is subjective, but I’ve tried to use my judgement as to what constitutes ‘meat on the bone’. You’ll find wide-ranging interviews and articles that cover many subjects in the Miscellaneous section at the end.

What follows is strictly alphabetical, except with franchises like Star Trek where you’ll find them chronologically listed for ease.

Reviews will normally be of the DVD, Blu-ray or cinema release. Contributors’ initials are in brackets.


AB: Allan Bryce
AD: Alan Dein
AM: Alistair McGown
AVB: Anton van Beek
BJR: Brian J Robb
CW: Calum Waddell
DM: Denis Meikle
EM: Ernie Magnotta
ES: Eugene Smith
IM: Ian Millsted
JA: Jon Abbott
JC: Jeremy Clarke
JM: John Martin
JO: Joseph Oldham
JW: James Whittington
KH: Kris Hall
MC: Michael Coldwell
MCA: Mark Campbell
MCL: Mick Clews
MH: Mike Hankin
MHJ: Mark Hume-Jones
MJS: M J Simpson
MM: Mark Maddox
MP: Mark Phillips
MS: Mark Smith
MT: Michael Todd
MW: Mark Witherspoon
PC: Paul Carey
PJ: Pat Jankiewicz
RC: Roger Crow
RF: Robert Fairclough
RH: Richard Holliss
RM: Richard Molesworth
RR: Robert Ross
SE: Steve Eramo
SH: Simon Hooper
SK: Steve Kirkham
SLV: Shaqui Le Vesconte


2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
32 Review (AB)

2067 (2020)
33 Review (DM)

Ad Astra (2019)
25 Review (AB)

Ambushers, The (1967)
25 Feature (MC)

Archive (2021)
35 Review (DM)

Batman: Death in the Family (2020)
31 Review (AVB)

Batman: Soul of the Dragon (2021)
33 Review (AVB)

Battle in Outer Space (1959)
30 Review (AB)

Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, The (1953)
36 Feature (MH)

Bill and Ted Face the Music (2020)
33 Review (AVB)

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)
32 Review (AVB)

Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020)
31 Review (AVB)

Bloodshot (2020)
31 Review (AVB)

Britannia Hospital (1982)
28 Review (JM)

Charlie’s Angels (2019)
27 Review (AVB)

Children’s Film Foundation
27 Bumper Box: Volume 2 review (RC)

Come True (2021)
34 Review (RC)

Crimewave (1985)
35 Review (JM)

Day The Earth Stood Still, The (1951)
33 Feature (RC)

Double Team (1997)
33 Review (SK)

Dragons Forever (1988)
28 Review (AVB)

Erik the Viking (1989)
34 Review (AVB)

Fantastic Voyage (1966)
35 Feature (RH)

Final Days (2020)
36 Review (SK)

Flash Gordon (1980)
28 Review (AB)

Gamera: The Complete Collection
29 Review (JM)

Gemini Man (2019)
26 Review (AVB)

Glitch in the Matrix, A (2020)
36 Review (JM)

H-Man, The (1958)
30 Review (AB)

He Dreams of Giants (2019)
35 Review (RC)

Honeymoon Phase, The (2019)
31 Review (RC)

I Married a Monster From Outer Space (1958)
28 Review (AB)

Illustrated Man, The (1969)
29 Review (AB)

In Like Flint (1967)
27 Feature (MC)

Invisible Man, The vs The Human Fly (1957)
35 Review (JM)

Invisible Man Appears, The (1949)
35 Review (JM)

Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999)
27 Review (AVB)

Journey to the Far Side of the Sun (1966)
36 Review (AVB)

Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)
27 Review (AVB)

Laddie: The Man Behind the Movies (2017)
36 Review (RC)

Lady in Cement (1968)
29 Feature (MC)

Legend (1985)
29 Feature (RC)

Logan’s Run (1976)
32 Review (AB)

Lost World, The (1925)
34 Feature (MH)

Lost World, The (1960)
35 Feature (MH)

Lost World, The (1992)
35 Feature (MH)

Lost World, The (1998)
35 Feature (MH)

Man With the Golden Gun, The (1974)
28 Maud Adams interview (CW)

Man With the X-Ray Eyes, The (1963)
26 Review (AB)

Map of Tiny Perfect Things, The (2020)
35 Review (AB)

Mind Benders, The (1963)
26 Reviews (AB)

Mortal (2020)
29 Review (SK)

Mothra (1962)
Review (AB)

Murderers’ Row (1966)
25 Feature (MC)

Mysterious Island (1961)
31 Feature (RH)

New Mutants, The (2020)
33 Review (AVB)

Octopussy (1983)
28 Maud Adams interview (CW)

Our Man Flint (1966)
27 Feature (MC)

Peripheral (2020)
29 Review (RC)

Phantom, The (1996)
34 Review (AVB)

Portal (2021)
36 Review (SK)

Relaxer (2018)
26 Review (SK)

Righteous Villains (2021)
34 Review (RC)

Rollerball (1975)
28 Maud Adams interview (CW)

Runaway (1984)
26 Review (AB)

Safer at Home (2021)
36 Review (SK)

Scanners (1981)
33 Michael Ironside interview (CW)

Scoob! (2020)
31 Review (AVB)

Sexmission (1984)
25 Feature (MJS)

Silencers, The (1966)
25 Feature (MC)

Short Circuit 2 (1988)
36 Review (SK)

Snowpiercer (2013)
28 Review (JM)

Soul (2020)
33 Review (AVB)

Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983)
26 Review (AB)

Spooks: The Greater Good (2015)
27 Bharat Nalluri interview (RF)

Sputnik (2020)
30 Review (DM)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
28 Preston Neal Jones interview (AB)

Star Wars: Episode IV—The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
29 Derek Harrington interview (CW)

Star Wars: Episode IX—The Rise of Skywalker (2019)
25 Review (AVB)

Starship Troopers (1997)
33 Michael Ironside interview (CW)

Superman: Red Son (2020)
27 Review (AVB)

Superman: Man of Tomorrow (2020)
32 Review (AVB)

Tenet (2020)
30 Review (SK)

They Came From Beyond Space (1967)
36 Review (AVB)

Tomorrow I’ll Wake Up and Scald Myself With Tea (1977)
36 Review (AVB)

Tony Rome (1967)
29 Feature (MC)

Total Recall (1990)
32 Review (AB)
33 Michael Ironside interview (CW)

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020)
30 Review (DM)

Tremors: Shrieker Island (2020)
35 Review (AVB)

Trip to the Moon, A (1902)
32 Review (AVB)

Universal Soldier: The Return (1999)
33 Review (AVB)

War of the Worlds, The (1953)
28 Review (AB)

Warning from Space (1956)
31 Review (JM)

Willy’s Wonderland (2021)
34 Review (JM)

Witches, The (2020)
34 Review (AVB)

Wrecking Crew, The (1969)
25 Feature (MC)

Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain (1983)
28 Review (AVB)


1990 (1977-78)
30 Feature (RF)

77 Sunset Strip (1958-64)
34 Feature (AB)

A For Andromeda (1961)
33 Feature (AB)

ABC Nights In
34 Review (AB)

Adam Adamant Lives! (1966-67)
34 Gerald Harper interview (BJR)

ALF (1986-90)
36 Feature (MW)

Andromeda Breakthrough, The (1962)
33 Feature (AB)

Arrow (2012-2020)
31 Season 8 review (AVB)

Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World (1980)
28 Feature (MHJ)

Banana Splits Adventure Hour, The (1968-70)
27 Feature (KH)

Batman Beyond (1999-2001)
26 Complete Series review (AVB)

Batwoman (2019-present)
31 Season 1 review (AVB)

Bionic Woman, The (1976-78)
26 Feature (MP)
30 Richard Anderson interview (PJ)

City Beneath the Sea (1971)
28 Feature (MP)

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (2016-present)
31 Season 5 review (AVB)

Day of the Triffids, The (1981)
32 Review (AVB)

Department S (1969-70)
30 Feature (JM)

Devs (2020)
27 Review (AB)

Doctor Who (1963-96)
25 The Collection: Season 23 review (AVB)
26 The Collection: Season 26 review (AVB)
27 The Faceless Ones review (AVB)
30 Jon Pertwee feature (BJR)
31 Fury From The Deep review (AVB)
34 Tom Baker feature (RM)

Doom Patrol (2019-present)
31 Season 1 review (AVB)
36 Season 2 review (AVB)

Fear the Walking Dead (2015-present)
25 Season 5 review (AVB)

Flash, The (2014-present)
31 Season 6 review (AVB)

Game of Thrones (2011-19)
25 Season 8 review (AVB)

Goodies, The (1970-82)
29 Feature (AB)

Greatest American Hero, The (1981-83)
26 Feature (JA)

Invisible Man, The (1975-76)
32 Feature (RC)

It’s a Knockout (1966-2001)
34 Feature (BJR)

Jason King (1971-72)
32 Feature (JM)

Land of the Giants (1968-70)
32 Feature—Part 1 (MP)
33 Feature—Part 2 (MP)

Land of the Lost (1974-76)
36 Feature (SE)

Lego Star Wars Holiday Special (2020)
33 Review (AVB)

Lost World, The (1999-2002)
35 Feature (MH)

Lost World, The (2001)
35 Feature (MH)

Mandalorian, The (2019-present)
33 Season 2 review (AVB)

Marvel’s 616 (2020)
34 Review (AVB)

Misfits of Science (1985-86)
31 Feature (JA)

Mission: Impossible (1966-73)
27 Barbara Bain interview (SE)

Munsters, The (1964-66)
36 Butch Patrick interview (SE)

On The Buses (1969-73)
33 Feature (AB)

Once a Hero (1987)
31 Feature (JA)

Otherworld (1985)
26 Feature (JA)

Outer Limits, The (1963-65)
30 David J Schow interview (AB)

Pennyworth (2019-present)
32 Season 1 review (AVB)

Police Squad! (1982)
27 Review (AVB)

Raumpatrouille [AKA Space Patrol]
27 Feature (SLV)

Samurai Jack (2001-17)
25 Complete Series review (AVB)

Shadow in the Cloud (2020)
33 Review (DM)

Shazam! (1974-76)
33 Jackson Bostwick interview (EM)

Six Million Dollar Man, The (1973-78)
30 Richard Anderson interview (PJ)

Space: 1999 (1975-1977)
25 John Hug interview (SE)
27 Barbara Bain interview (SE)
35 Merchandise guide (AM)

Special Branch (1969-74)
35 Feature—Part 1 (JO)
36 Feature—Part 2 (JO)

Spooks (2002-2011)
27 Bharat Nalluri interview (RF)

Star Cops (1987)
30 Feature (RM)

Star Maidens (1976)
25 Feature (AM)

Star Trek (1966-69)
29 Sean Kennedy interview (PJ)

Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-74)
35 Feature (BJR)

Star Trek: Short Treks (2018-2019)
32 Review (AVB)

Star Trek: Picard (2020)
33 Season 1 review (AVB)

Starlost, The (1973-74)
26 Feature (SLV)

Supergirl (2015-present)
31 Season 5 review (AVB

T.H.E. Cat (1966-67)
31 Feature (AB)

T.J. Hooker (1982-86)
28 Feature (JC)

Tiswas (1974-82)
36 Feature (SH)

Titans (2018-present)
36 Season 2 review (AVB)

Voyagers! (1982-83)
26 Feature (JA)

Westworld (2016-present)
34 Season 3 review (AVB)

Wild Wild West, The (1965-69)
25 Feature (PC)

Worzel Gummidge (1979-81)
26 Feature (ES)

Worzel Gummidge (2019-present)
25 2019 Specials review (ES)

Worzel Gummidge Down Under (1987-89)
26 Feature (ES)

Year of the Sex Olympics, The (1968)
28 Review (JM)


Battle Picture Weekly
35 Feature (IM)
34 Feature (MCA)
30 Feature (AD)
Cheeky Weekly
27 Feature (MCA)
Roy of the Rovers
25 Feature (MT)
Shiver and Shake
29 Feature (MCA)
28 Feature (MT)
26 Feature (MCA)
31 Feature (MCA)


28 Biggles feature (IM)


26 Doctor Who: The Abominable Snowmen (JW)
Not the Nine O’Clock News box set (JW)
Terry Pratchett’s Vinyl Discworld (JW)
The League of Gentlemen: Precious Things (JW)
27 Doctor Who—Season 12 (JW)
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase (JW)
29 Thunderbirds (JW)
Doctor Who: The Sun Makers (JW)
The Thing (JW)
Becky (JW)
30 Doctor Who: The Visitation (JW)
Dracula [2020 TV series] JW)
I Am Vengeance (JW)
Tenet (JW)
35 Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul (JW)
Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks (JW)


by Andy Pearson

25 Dinosaur clay models
26 Figures in a landscape
27 Model shows
29 Creature Features workshop
30 Sculptures of popular characters
31 Space pods
32 Stick figures
33 Digger vs giant scorpion
35 Miniatures from household objects
36 Dark Satanic mills
25 Planet of the Apes & The Spy Who Loved Me
26 The Bionic Woman (MM) & Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
27 Forbidden Planet & Honor Blackman
28 Star Trek: The Motion Picture & City Beneath The Sea
29 Star Wars: Episode IV—The Empire Strikes Back & Legend
30 Doctor Who: The Three Doctors & Will Hay
31 Mysterious Island (MM) & On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
32 Land of the Giants & The Goonies
33 The Time Machine & The Day The Earth Stood Still
34 The Lost World (1925) & Young Frankenstein
35 The Lost World (1960) & Fantastic Voyage
36 Monster, Go Home & The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms


25 Charlton Heston retrospective (BJR)
26 Star Trek on the big screen (RC)
27 Robbie the Robot filmography (BJR)
Honor Blackman obituary (AB)
Give-A-Show projectors (RM)
28 Benny Hill retrospective (MT)
Breakfast cereal free gifts (RM)
29 William Cameron Menzies retrospective (BJR)
Board games (RM)
Earl Cameron obituary (RF)
30 Will Hay retrospective (MT)
Gene Roddenberry’s Unsold TV Pilots (PC)
31 Unmade James Bond Movies (BJR)
Diana Rigg obituary (AB)
Cosgrove Hall—Part 1 (MJS)
Arthur Askey retrospective (RR)
Phil Silvers retrospective (MCL)
32 Geoff Love retrospective (AB)
Sweet cigarettes (AM)
Cosgrove Hall—Part 2 (MJS)
George Formby retrospective (RR)
33 Novelty singles (RM)
H G Wells adaptations (BJR)
34 Meeting Gerry Anderson
Marty Feldman retrospective (RR)
Sea-Monkeys (BJR)
35 Tommy Trinder retrospective (RR)
36 Meeting Bob Burns, Forrest J Ackerman and Zsoka Pal (MH)
Top Trumps (BJR)
Dick Emery retrospective (RR)


25 John Grover, 007 film editor (CW)
Judy Matheson, actress—Part 2 (RF)
26 John Walsh, author of Harryhausen: The Lost Movies (SH)
28 Robert Love, TV producer (MS)
32 Richard Donner, director (CW)
33 Lionel Fanthorpe, author (MHJ)
35 Alec Gillis, make-up/prosthetics artist (RC)



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