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Series creator Roger Price (later the man behind You Can't Do That on Television and other Canadian programming shown on Nickelodeon, where the Tomorrow People also aired in the '80s) penned the six serialized stories compiled here (three are co-written with Brian Finch), which pit the Tomorrow People against a shape-shifting robot ("Slaves of Jedikiah" and "The Medusa Strain," the latter featuring an appearance by David "Darth Vader" Prowse), an evil military organization ("The Doomsday Men"), and a villain who attempts to change the course of history ("A Rift in Time"). Modern teens might guffaw over the show's primitive special effects, but the stories are engaging and exciting enough to win over even diehard CGI fans; older viewers should appreciate the care with which this program has been preserved on DVD. All 26 episodes of the first and second season are presented here, with cast members Vaughn-Clarke, Nicholas Young (who played John), and Sammie Winmill (Carol) contributing commentary on "Slaves of Jedikiah." Bios for the cast round out the extras on this entertaining collection. --Paul Gaita
I grew up with The Tomorrow People, so this is a loving romp down memory lane.
If you don't have fond memories off this show from the 1970s when it was first airing, or... Read more
Series is just a I remembered it from my youth....dated and effects well below today's expectations; but the themes and stories as on track as they would be today.Published 16 months ago by G. Capek
Again I got the wrong DVD I wanted the latest version that is out currently and got some old version from the distant pass. Again I think it was my fault more than yours. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Goose
glad I found this obscure series from the past. I like the new series they remade from this one. But I always like to go back and watch these. Just plain funPublished 17 months ago by Dennis King
I bought this set of DVDs when I heard that the CW was going to remake this series for modern television and I remembered how much I liked the show as a kid. Read morePublished 23 months ago by A. Hall