pip wrote:It is a mish mash of surviving material as QM says. Sadly only bits and pieces survive. Problem with the bloody DVD is it only says this in tiny letters on the back.
Quatermass wrote:Okay, who here has actually watched any of the Quatermass serials from which I take my username? I've watched the two surviving episodes of the original The Quatermass Experiment, Quatermass and the Pit, and the remake of The Quatermass Experiment. I also have scriptbooks for the first three serials, and the novelisation of the third. The first serial scriptbook was hardest to find, but I found it in an Oxfam bookshop near the British Museum (during a trip to the UK in 2009) for the princely sum of 6 pounds, or $15 Australian at the time.
DaveC wrote:Thought this might interest you Q.
Who's Wee Dug wrote:Seen them all, The Quatermass Experiment I liked the best, the original B&W one.
it was on the Beeb in B&W a long time ago.Quatermass wrote:Who's Wee Dug wrote:Seen them all, The Quatermass Experiment I liked the best, the original B&W one.
That's the film, right? The serial no longer exists except as crappy telerecordings of the first two episodes...
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