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1Five cool things in Timelash Empty Five cool things in Timelash on Tue Jul 09, 2019 8:09 pm

Pepsi Maxil

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5. The line "he's dangling on the edge of oblivion"

It rocks.

Girls, Girls, Girls!

Timelash isn't one of the most lavish looking productions ever, but it does boast some of the nicest looking women in the entire series.

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3. The Borad

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The makeup is genuinely decent and the character is all kinds of awesome. He delivers his threats in a chillingly calm voice and his overall plan is also rather terrifying. Although we don't see him for very long he still leaves a lasting impression.

2. The music

There's a wonderful eccentricity to Elizabeth Parker's score. Fans of the Radiophonic Workshop will perhaps appreciate it the most.



1. Paul Darrow

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Timelash has one of the greatest British actors ever to have graced UK television. Paul Darrow is having an absolute ball hamming it up as the scheming Tekker. Although the material here is no better than what he got in the turgid Blake's 7 episode "Voice from the Past", he is at least trying hard to give a doomed production a sense of style.

2Five cool things in Timelash Empty Re: Five cool things in Timelash on Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:59 pm

Tanmann

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I actually would add Herbert himself. After a while I began to like his begrudging dynamic with Colin's Doctor and thought it a shame he couldn't have been the companion to replace Peri.

3Five cool things in Timelash Empty Re: Five cool things in Timelash on Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:54 pm

stengos

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Peri.
Herbert.
Eric's script editing.
Christine Kavanagh / Aram.
The Androids. Their mannerisms were acted and directed in such a way that they added an air of creepiness to the whole production.

Pointless fact: Apparently one of Reece Shearsmith's favourite stories. At one point he used to watch it 5 times a week.

4Five cool things in Timelash Empty Re: Five cool things in Timelash on Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:45 am

stengos

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Christine Kavanagh / Aram:

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5Five cool things in Timelash Empty Re: Five cool things in Timelash on Sat Jul 13, 2019 3:05 pm

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This was a very well recieved story at the time. It illustrates how 'the popular mainstream view' can be represent historical revisionism!

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