From The Strange Report
(ATV, 1968) this time. More colour 1960s TV, with David Collings - and Anneke Wills. (There will be much more Anneke Wills once I watch the rest - she's one of the three main characters - and her clothes have their own credit.)
Anyway, this arrived, and I watched Ep 1 and, since I had got the impression it did some more interesting stories (a little like Special Branch, having Current issues and things, but with action and colour, and Anneke Wills), I was a disappointed that it was so cheesy, but Anneke Wills in colour makes up for a lot. (Also Robert Hardy.) So I thought, I might as well just skip to David Collings's episode, & see what that was like.
Well, he didn't survive the opening credits. That's a record. Anyway, the thing is, this one was much, much more interesting. Except that following the amazing cheesiness of ep1, I was not
expecting this one to turn out not to be your standard murder mystery but a little one-episode psychological tragedy. (And while more than five minutes of David Collings would have been nice, everyone spent the whole episode talking about his character and trying to work out how he came to die, so it felt like he was in it a lot more than most of the guest actors who did survive.)
So, picspam. No spoilers (you can't count 'pics from the opening sequence' as spoilers). ( The Strange Report: X-RAY Who Weeps For the Doctor? )
Anyway, another picspam. I didn't feel like doing anything else just now.