Watt on Earth (1991–1992)

TV Series   |    |  Family, Comedy, Sci-Fi


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An alien named Watt is on the run from his uncle. He is helped by his human friend Sean and hunted by fellow alien Jemadah. Both Watt and Jemadah can alter their looks, a process Watt calls... See full summary »


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1 December 2006 | clifton69
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| Watt On Earth TV Series (1991) Science Fiction
I've noticed on the comment click on tag it says about leaving a comment for this movie under Watt On Earth.

Watt On Earth isn't a movie. Watt On Earth is a TV Series from Children's BBC of the United Kingdom. I remember watching it very well when I was a kid. It was a craze for me then like having an imaginary friend to save you from Bullies and struggle in class.

The bits I use to like when Jemedah use to come after Watt and Sean and heard his name been called out on (V.O.).

Remember an episode where there was clowns in it where Watt thought one of them was Jemedah. That episode scared me.

Did you know that Jayne and Pip Baker writers of Watt On Earth wrote some Doctor Who episodes for the series in the 80's with Colin Baker in The Mark of The Rani, Trial of The Time Lord Episodes 9 - 12 and for Sylverster McCoy in The Time and The Rani.

Would love to see Watt On Earth DVD available to buy.

Please release Watt On Earth on DVD.

Thanks.

From Michael

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Release Date:

11 November 1991

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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