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Journey to the Unknown

A British Hammer anthology series about everyday people finding themselves put into unusual circumstances...many of them supernatural in nature. This contains all 17 episodes 1968-1969 in a 6 DVD box set.

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A British Hammer anthology series about everyday people finding themselves put into unusual circumstances...many of them supernatural in nature. This contains all 17 episodes 1968-1969 in a 6 DVD box set. Quality does vary on each episode but on the most part they are great quality.

 

Eve - Carol Lynley
Jane Brown's Body - Stefanie Powers
The Indian Spirit Guide - Julie Harris

Miss Belle - George Maharis
Paper Dolls - Michael Tolan
The New People - Robert Reed

One on an Island - Brandon de Wilde
Matakitas is Coming - Vera Miles
Somewhere in a Crowd - David Hedison

The Beckoning Fair One - Robert Lansing
Poor Butterfly - Chad Everett
Stranger in the Family - Anthony Corlan

The Madison Equation - Barbara Bel Geddes
The Killing Bottle - Roddy McDowall
Do Me a Favour and Kill Me - Joseph Cotten

Girl Of My Dreams - Zena Walker
The Last Visitor - Patty Duke

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Director:Don Chaffey Roy Ward Baker
Year:1968
Language:English
Format:4:3
Audio Quality:8 - 9
Video Quality:7.5 - 9
Starring:Tom Adams Patrick Allen Hermione Baddeley John Bailey David Bauer David Baxter Geoffrey Bayldon Barbara Bel Geddes Ann Bell

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