The Tomorrow People (1973–1979)

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi


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A group of teens with psychic and other paranormal abilities use their special gifts to battle evil.


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  • Misako Koba in The Tomorrow People (1973)
  • Nova Llewellyn and Michael Standing in The Tomorrow People (1973)
  • Peter Vaughan-Clarke in The Tomorrow People (1973)
  • Derek Crewe in The Tomorrow People (1973)
  • Stephen Salmon and Sammie Winmill in The Tomorrow People (1973)
  • Nicholas Young in The Tomorrow People (1973)

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Creator:

Roger Damon Price

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12 December 2003 | david_shuff
It had been so long...
My memory of the show was completely buried from when I had seen it on Nickelodeon when I was a kid. Then I saw mention of it somewhere not long ago, and it all came rushing back to me, memories of what had been my favorite TV show at the time. That prompted some searching, and as a result, I am the proud owner of the first two seasons of The Tommorow People on DVD, which I ordered from Blackstar in the U.K. Watching it was quite an experience, being torn between thinking "this is so cheesy" and "this is absolutely brilliant". As I found watching the commentary, I wasn't the only one. Featuring Nicholas Young (John), Peter Vaughn-Clarke (Stephen), and Philip Gilbert (the voice of Tim), they made what I thought was going to be a technical commentary into a hilarious inside look at the making of the show, which they obviously thought was as cheesy and brilliant as I did. Everyone thinking of getting the DVD's should watch it. This is especially easy as the DVD's you order from the U.K. are Region 0, which means they can be watched all over the world (don't be fooled by blackstar.co.uk or amazon.co.uk when they mark them as Region 2 on the websites, they are all Region 0). Well worth the money for anyone who remembers the show and wants to take a stroll down memory lane.

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Release Date:

30 April 1973

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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Budget:

GBP12,000 (estimated)

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