Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Seeds of Death

"Oh my giddy aunt! It's the
 foam machine again!"
Six episodes (Episode One, Episode Two, Episode Three, Episode Four, Episode Five, Episode Six)
First broadcast Jan 25 to Mar 1 1969
Average audience for serial: 7.22m

CAST

Patrick Troughton (The Doctor) Mar 25 1920 to Mar 28 1987 (heart attack)
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Doctor in The Power of the Daleks, The Highlanders, The Underwater Menace, The Moonbase, The Macra Terror, The Faceless Ones, The Evil of the Daleks, The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Abominable Snowmen, The Ice Warriors, The Enemy of the World, The Web of Fear, Fury from the Deep, The Wheel in Space, The Dominators, The Mind Robber, The Invasion, The Krotons, The Seeds of Death, The Space Pirates, The War Games (1966-69). Return appearances in The Three Doctors (1972-73), The Five Doctors (1983), The Two Doctors (1985).
Played: Salamander in The Enemy of the World (1967-68)
Career highlights
Patrick appeared in over 130 productions, starting in 1947's Hamlet and including the title role in Robin Hood (1953), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1956), The Moonraker (1958), Sir Francis Drake (1962), Compact (1962), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), A Family at War (1970-72, as Harry Porter), The Sweeney (1975), The Omen (1976), Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977), The Devil's Crown (1978), Nanny (1981-82, as Mr Jessop), The Box of Delights (1984), The Two of Us (1986, as Perce), Super Gran (1987) and Knights of God (1987).
Facts
When he was announced as William Hartnell's successor in the role of the Doctor, Hartnell said: "He's the only man in Britain who could do it!". When the Second World War broke out, Patrick was on a Belgian ship sailing from the US, but just in sight of the British coast it hit a mine and sank. He was fortunate enough to escape in a lifeboat. Patrick is the father of acting brothers Michael and David Troughton - Michael appeared in Doctor Who's Christmas special in 2014, and David appeared in the series four times, in 1966, 1969, 1972 and 2008. Patrick is grandfather to actor Harry Melling, better known as Dudley Dursley in the Harry Potter films, and actor Sam Troughton, whose most high profile role was as Much in Robin Hood (2006-07). Another grandchild, Jim Troughton, was a Warwickshire and England cricketer. Patrick died in Georgia, US, while attending a Doctor Who convention.

Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon) Born Sep 22 1944
Doctor Who credits
Played: Jamie McCrimmon in The Highlanders, The Underwater Menace, The Moonbase, The Macra Terror, The Faceless Ones, The Evil of the Daleks, The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Abominable Snowmen, The Ice Warriors, The Enemy of the World, The Web of Fear, Fury from the Deep, The Wheel in Space, The Dominators, The Mind Robber, The Invasion, The Krotons, The Seeds of Death, The Space Pirates, The War Games (1966-69). Return appearances in The Five Doctors (1983), The Two Doctors (1985).
Career highlights
Frazer started as a child actor in Stock Car (1955), followed by roles in Peril for the Guy (1956), X: The Unknown (1956), Huntingtower (1957), alongside Charlie Chaplin in A King in New York (1957), The Silver Sword (1957-58), The Young Jacobites (1960), Smugglers' Cove (1963), Smuggler's Bay (1964), Coronation Street (1965), King of the River (1966), The Last Valley (1971), Expert Witness (1996), Out of Sight (1997-98), Dalziel and Pascoe (2006), Impurity (2014) and Outlander (2015). He also had a running role as Tim Birch in Emergency Ward 10 (1963-64), but it is as the long-running character Joe Sugden in the soap Emmerdale Farm that Frazer is best known (1972-94).
Facts
Frazer is a noted amateur jockey and Lords Taverners cricketer. During his time on Doctor Who, Frazer enjoyed modest pop success with the songs Who's Dr Who?Punch and Judy Man, Jamie's Awae in His Time Machine and Time Traveller. His brother was actor Roy Hines. Frazer's first wife was actress Gemma Craven (1981-84), and his second wife was Liz Hobbs (1994-2003), Water Ski Racing World Champion in 1981 and 1983. In 1999 Frazer was diagnosed with colorectal cancer and doctors gave him only a 25% chance of survival, but he fought against it. He was given the all-clear in 2010. Here's Frazer on Twitter.

Wendy Padbury (Zoe Heriot) Born Dec 7 1947
Doctor Who credits
Played: Zoe Heriot in The Wheel in Space, The Dominators, The Mind Robber, The Invasion, The Krotons, The Seeds of Death, The Space Pirates, The War Games (1966-69). Return appearance in The Five Doctors (1983)
Career highlights
Coming second in the 1964 talent series Search for a Star (the winner was Judi Johnson, who appeared uncredited in two Carry On films, then disappeared back into obscurity), Wendy secured a role in the soap Crossroads as Stevie Harris, Meg Mortimer's foster daughter, and also appeared briefly in Charlie Bubbles (1967), Aladdin (1967) and The Dickie Henderson Show (1968) before getting the role of Zoe. After leaving Doctor Who she found work as a co-presenter on the second series of the musical game show Score with the Scaffold (1970), as well as acting roles in The Blood on Satan's Claw (1970), Z Cars (1971), Seasons of the Year (1971), Crown Court (1974), The Many Wives of Patrick (1976), Emmerdale Farm (1987) and The Bill (1991). She also had a regular role as Sue Craig in Freewheelers (1971-73), and took presenting roles on You and Me (1976) and Merry-Go-Round (1977).
Facts
Wendy stopped acting in the early 1990s to become a theatrical agent, and counted Doctor Who luminaries Nicholas Courtney, Mark Strickson, Colin Baker and Matt Smith among her clients. Wendy was, until 1987, married to actor Melvyn Hayes. Wendy made a return to Doctor Who in 1974, playing companion Jenny to Trevor Martin's Doctor in the stageplay Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday at the Adelphi Theatre in London. Her daughter is actress Charley Hayes.

Alan Bennion (Slaar)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Slaar in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Izlyr in The Curse of Peladon (1972)
Played: Azaxyr in The Monster of Peladon (1974)
Career highlights
Alan made his debut in 1967's Send Foster before going on to appear in Sexton Blake (1967, as the Scorpion), The Troubleshooters (1970), Psychomania (1971), Thriller (1974), The Wilde Alliance (1978), Juliet Bravo (1981), Oliver Twist (1985), Sorry! (1986), Spatz (1992), B&B (1992) and Next of Kin (1997).
Facts
A nod to Alan is included in Gary Russell's 1994 Doctor Who novel Legacy, in which it is said Supreme Lord Izlyr retired to the planet Bennion.

Louise Pajo (Gia Kelly) Born Jul 31 1940
Career highlights
New Zealander Louise first appeared in Romeo and Juliet in 1965, and moved on to The Tyrant King (1968), The Avengers (1968), Strange Report (1970), Sex and the Other Woman (1972), Cop Shop (1977), Prisoner: Cell Block H (1979), Carson's Law (1983), The Riddle of the Stinson (1987), The Flying Doctors (1987-88), A Country Practice (1993) and Big Sky (1999). She also regularly played Margery Carson in over 180 episodes of Carson's Law (1983-84).
Facts
Louise moved to Australia in 1977 to continue her acting career, notably in ongoing soaps and serials.

John Witty (Computer voice) Sep 17 1915 to Jan 14 1990
Career highlights
John's debut came in 1946's The Queen's Husband, and he made subsequent appearances in Hangman's Wharf (1950), The Broken Horseshoe (1952), The Teckman Biography (1953-54), The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (1958), The Frightened City (1961), Voodoo Blood Death (1965), The Vault of Horror (1973), Dick Barton, Special Agent (1979) and Q9 (1980). In 1959, John wrote and presented the BBC's Wednesday Magazine, and between 1964-69 narrated the Look at Life series of shorts made by the Rank Organisation for cinema audiences. Perhaps John (whose birthname was Rupert John Blanchflower Featherstone-Witty) became typecast toward the end of his career, as he also voiced computers in a 1969 episode of Out of the Unknown (incidentally, also written by Brian Hayles and directed by Michael Ferguson) and a 1973 episode of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em.
Facts
John also worked as a DJ for radio Luxembourg. He was married twice, to actresses Genine Graham and Tita Dane.

Ric Felgate (Brent) Jun 4 1933 to Jul 31 1999
Doctor Who credits
Played: American journalist in The War Machines (1966)
Played: Brent in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Van Lyden in The Ambassadors of Death (1970)
Career highlights
Ric's other credits include Quick Before They Catch Us (1966), Jackanory (1969), Softly Softly (1968-70), The Passenger (1971) and The Sweeney (1976).
Facts
He was married to Cynthia Felgate (1935-91), co-creator and producer of children's programme Play School.

Harry Towb (Osgood) Jul 27 1925 to Jul 24 2009 (cancer)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Osgood in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: McDermott in Terror of the Autons (1971)
Career highlights
Irishman Harry first appeared in Is Life Worth Living? (1949), followed by The Gentle Gunman (1950), Strictly Personal (1953), Above Us the Waves (1955), Joan and Leslie (1956), The Army Game (1959, as Private Dooley), Jacks and Knaves (1961), The Scarlet Blade (1963), Front Page Story (1965), Orlando (1967), The Avengers (1968), Carry On At Your Convenience (1971), Tottering Towers (1971-72, as Hairy O'Hara), Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World (1973), Marked Personal (1974), Barry Lyndon (1975), The Good Old Days (1976), The Professionals (1980), Pictures (1983), The Comic Strip Presents... (1983), Home, James! (1987-90, as Henry Compton), So You Think You've Got Troubles (1991), Brighton Belles (1993), Moll Flanders (1996), Doctors (2002), Heartbeat (2005), Casualty (1992/2006), EastEnders (2008) and Gardens with Red Roses (2009). Harry also wrote short radio plays for the BBC and RTE, and between 1985-91 presented the children's series You and Me.
Facts
He was married to actress Diana Hoddinott, best known as Annie Hacker in sitcom Yes, Minister/ Prime Minister.

Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Radnor) Oct 5 1920* to Sep 12 2005 (broncho-pneumonia)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Commander Radnor in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Commander Stevenson in Revenge of the Cybermen (1975)
Career highlights
Ronald's first credit was in 1950's Blackout, and he subsequently popped up in Three Steps to the Gallows (1953), Sword of Freedom (1957), Cards with Uncle Tom (1959), Oscar Wilde (1960), The Avengers (1961/65), Emergency Ward 10 (1964), Voodoo Blood Death (1965), Khartoum (1966), The Gamblers (1967), Hostile Witness (1968), Department S (1969), General Hospital (1972), Baxter! (1973), The Brothers (1975), The Omen (1976), The Professionals (1978), Blake's 7 (1980), Airline (1982), Remington Steele (1987), Slinger's Day (1987), Frankenstein (1992) and One Foot in the Grave (1995). Ronald, whose cousin was actress Barbara Leigh-Hunt, also had regular roles as King Arthur in The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (1956-57) and Colonel Buchan in Freewheelers (1968-71). * Obituaries claim Ronald was born in 1916, but birth records state 1920.

Terry Scully (Fewsham) May 13 1932 to Apr 17 2001 (stroke)
Career highlights
Terry's earliest credit was in The Case of Private Hamp (1959), followed by roles in An Age of Kings in 1960, and he later acted in The Fast Lady (1962), The Villains (1965), Public Eye (1966), The Forsyte Saga (1967), Triton (1968), Pegasus (1969), Goodbye Gemini (1970), The Flaxton Boys (1971), The Asphyx (1973), Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (1974), Survivors (1975, as Vic Thatcher), The Devil's Crown (1978), Blake's 7 (1980), Angels (1980) and Diamonds (1981).
Facts
Terry, who suffered from ulcers for many years, had a nervous breakdown while filming Survivors, and was replaced by another actor, Hugh Walters, who has also been in Doctor Who.

Christopher Coll (Phipps) Born Jan 28 1938
Doctor Who credits
Played: Phipps in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Stubbs in The Mutants (1972)
Career highlights
Debuting in The Big Pull (1962), Christopher's career has seen appearances in Emergency Ward 10 (1962), United! (1965-66, as Dave Rockway), Adam Adamant Lives! (1966), Mr Rose (1968), Follyfoot (1971), Warship (1973), The Naked Civil Servant (1975), Sam and the River (1975), Grange Hill (1978), Shoestring (1979), Strangers (1982), Whoops Apocalypse (1986) and The Bill (1994). His most memorable roles are as Detective Constable Kane in Z Cars (1967-68) and stationery magnate Victor Pendlebury in Coronation Street (1982-92).
Facts
His wife is actress Elizabeth Weaver, who played Dr Anne Tarrant in Doomwatch (1970-72).

Martin Cort (Locke)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Voord in The Keys of Marinus (1964)
Played: Warrior in The Keys of Marinus (1964)
Played: Aydan in The Keys of Marinus (1964)
Played: Locke in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Career highlights
Martin also has credits on No Hiding Place (1963), Crossroads (1964), Judge Dee (1969), Dixon of Dock Green (1972) and Face Value (2010).
Facts
Martin went on to become a prestigious theatre director, and appeared in Patrick Lichfield's 2000 calendar.
In 2013 Toby Hadoke released his Who's Round interview with Martin, along with other members of the cast of The Keys of Marinus, here.

Philip Ray (Eldred) Nov 1 1898 to May 11 1978
Career highlights
Philip made his debut uncredited in Old Roses (1935), then turned up in Sexton Blake and the Bearded Doctor (1935), The Perfect Crime (1937), Wanted by Scotland Yard (1939), Send for Paul Temple (1946), The October Man (1947), Night and the City (1950), Worzel Gummidge Turns Detective (1953), The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan (1953), Where There's a Will (1955), Starr and Company (1958), A Night to Remember (1958), Emma (1960), Sons and Lovers (1960), The Old Curiosity Shop (1962-63), Panic (1963), Silas Marner (1964), The Newcomers (1965), Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966), The Forsyte Saga (1967), Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), Hadleigh (1969), Little Women (1970), Little Big Time (1971), Treasure Over the Water (1972), Public Eye (1973) and Thursday's Child (1973).

Steve Peters (Ice Warrior)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Extra in The Romans (1965, uncredited)
Played: Leader Roboman in Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150AD (1966)
Played: Ice Warrior in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Pirate guard in The Space Pirates (1969)
Played: Lefee/ Astronaut in The Ambassadors of Death (1970)
Career highlights
Steve's other appearances include The Mind of the Enemy (1965), Touch of Leather (1968), The Doctors (1969), Out of the Unknown (1969), The Onedin Line (1971), Virgin Witch (1972), Menace (1973) and Moonbase 3 (1973).

Sonny Caldinez (Ice Warrior) Born Jul 1 1932
Doctor Who credits
Played: Kemel in The Evil of the Daleks (1967)
Played: Turoc in The Ice Warriors (1967)
Played: Ice Warrior in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Ssorg in The Curse of Peladon (1972)
Played: Sskel in The Monster of Peladon (1974)
Career highlights
Trinidadian Sonny's other appearances include Scott On... (1964), Virgin of the Secret Service (1968), The Spy Killer (1969), White Cargo (1973), The Man With the Golden Gun (1974), Mind Your Language (1978), Sexton Blake and the Demon God (1978), Arabian Adventure (1979), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1988) and The Fifth Element (1997).
Facts
Sonny, who is 6ft 4in, emigrated to the UK in 1952 and started working on the railways and as a wrestler, before moving into stuntwork and acting. He also worked for a time as bodyguard for music legend Michael Jackson. He moved to Spain in 2005.

Tony Harwood (Ice Warrior) Dec 17 1929 to Aug 11 2005
Doctor Who credits
Played: Cyberman in The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967)
Played: Yeti in The Abominable Snowmen (1967)
Played: Ice Warrior in The Ice Warriors (1967), The Seeds of Death (1969), The War Games (1969, uncredited)
Played: Flynn in The Ambassadors of Death (1970)
Career highlights
Further credits include Billion Dollar Brain (1967), Maigret at Bay (1969) and The Regiment (1972).

Derrick Slater (Security guard) Dec 18 1937 to Dec 23 1994
Career highlights
Other shows on Derrick's CV include The Bacchae (1962), Corrigan Blake (1963), The Expert (1969), Z Cars (1970), The Brothers (1972), Treasure Island (1977), Secret Army (1979), A Tale of Two Cities (1980), Nancy Astor (1982), Moonfleet (1984) and Late Starter (1985). He also wrote The Ups and Downs of a Handyman and Take an Easy Ride (both 1976).

Hugh Morton (Sir James Gregson) Jun 28 1903 to Jul 11 1984
Career highlights
Hugh first appeared in Deadlock (1943) and later in The Golden Arrow (1949), Decameron Nights (1953), Turn It Up! (1953), Life with the Lyons (1954), Living It Up (1957-58), Leave It To Todhunter (1958), Payroll (1961), Swizzlewick (1964, as the town clerk), Orlando (1966), Quatermass and the Pit (1967), Detective (1969), The Darwin Adventure (1972), Pardon My Genie (1972-73), The Black Arrow (1974), The Tomorrow People (1975), The New Avengers (1976), The Stud (1978), Rebecca (1979), The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1981) and Oxford Blues (1984).
Facts
Hugh was the first actor to play sleuth Paul Temple in three BBC Radio serials from 1938-39. His first cousin was politician Anthony Eden, who became British Prime Minister between 1955-57.

Graham Leaman (Grand Marshall) Aug 9 1920 to Jun 14 1985 (multiple sclerosis)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Controller in The Macra Terror (1967)
Played: Price in Fury from the Deep (1968)
Played: Grand Marshall in The Seeds of Death (1969)
Played: Time Lord in Colony in Space (1971), The Three Doctors (1972-73)
Career highlights
His earliest credit was in Where's Charley? (1952), then Before Your Very Eyes (1956), Hancock's Half Hour (1956-59), The Strange World of Gurney Slade (1960), Deadline Midnight (1961), Kenilworth (1967), The First Churchills (1969), Dead of Night (1972) and Father Brown (1974).
Facts
In 1943 Graham was on the selection panel for the formation of an entertainment troupe for 2 AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) in North Africa. Among those selected was comedian Spike Milligan. When the Battery Band held a reunion in 1983, Milligan noticed Graham's absence (due to him suffering from multiple sclerosis) and went to his home to transport him to the reunion. His brother John (Jack) was also an amateur actor.

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Brian Hayles (writer) Mar 7 1931 to Oct 30 1978
Doctor Who credits
Wrote: The Celestial Toymaker (1966), The Smugglers (1966), The Ice Warriors (1967), The Seeds of Death (1969), The Curse of Peladon (1972), The Monster of Peladon (1974)
Career highlights
Brian had previously written for Suspense (1963), Public Eye (1965) and United! (1965), and went on to write for series such as Doomwatch (1971-72), The Regiment (1973), Warlords of Atlantis (1978), The Moon Stallion (1978) and Arabian Adventure (1979). Brian also wrote scripts for BBC radio soap The Archers, and wrote a novel based on the series in 1975. He penned numerous children's stage plays, including The Curse of the Labyrinth, The Doomsday Buttons and The Hour of the Werewolf.
Facts
In a rare interview, Brian said: "I wanted to keep the Toymaker very vague, I didn’t want to explain exactly who he was. At the time, I had grand visions of his becoming like the Daleks, coming back again and again, and then of course something very like that happened a few years later with the Master."

Michael Ferguson (director) Born Jun 14 1937
Doctor Who credits
Assistant floor manager: The Daleks (1963-64)
Directed: The War Machines (1966), The Seeds of Death (1969), The Ambassadors of Death (1970), The Claws of Axos (1971).
Career highlights
Other directing work includes Z Cars (1962), Out of the Unknown (1969), Hadleigh (1969), Paul Temple (1970-71), Colditz (1972-73), Quiller (1975), Flambards (1979), Airline (1982), Lytton's Diary (1986) and The Bill (1985/87-89/96/2000-02). He also produced The Sandbaggers (1978), EastEnders (1989-91) and Casualty (1993-94). He wrote ITV Playhouse: Too Close to the Edge in 1980.
Facts
Michael has the honour of being the very first Dalek seen on TV, operating the sink plunger seen in the cliffhanger to The Dead Planet in 1963!
In 2016 Toby Hadoke released his Who's Round interview with Michael here.

Peter Bryant (producer) Oct 27 1923 to May 19 2006 (cancer)
Doctor Who credits
Associate producer: The Faceless Ones (1967 - credited on episodes 1-3 only), The Evil of the Daleks (1967, uncredited)
Story edited: The Evil of the Daleks (1967, episodes 4-7), The Abominable Snowmen, The Ice Warriors, The Enemy of the World (1967-68)
Produced: The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967), The Web of Fear, Fury from the Deep, The Wheel in Space, The Dominators, The Mind Robber, The Invasion, The Krotons, The Seeds of Death, The Space Pirates (1968-69)
Career highlights
Peter started out as an actor in TV such as BBC Sunday Night Theatre's Wuthering Heights (1953) and (playing Jack Grove) in The Grove Family (1954-57, the first British soap opera - here's a clip), and after a spell as a radio announcer, became head of the Drama Script Unit for BBC Radio. He later trained to go behind the camera, dabbling in a number of roles while on Doctor Who. After leaving the series, he worked as producer on Special Project Air (1969) and Paul Temple (1970-71), and then became a literary agent for actors and writers, including Eric Pringle, who would write for Doctor Who in 1984.
Facts
He was for a time married to actress Shirley Cooklin, who appeared in The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967).

Terrance Dicks (script editor) Born Apr 14 1935
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: The Invasion, The Krotons, The Seeds of Death, The War Games, Spearhead from Space, Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Ambassadors of Death, Inferno, Terror of the Autons, The Mind of Evil, The Claws of Axos, Colony in Space, The Daemons, Day of the Daleks, The Curse of Peladon, The Sea Devils, The Mutants, The Time Monster, The Three Doctors, Carnival of Monsters, Frontier in Space, Planet of the Daleks, The Green Death, The Time Warrior, Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Death to the Daleks, The Monster of Peladon, Planet of the Spiders (1968-74)
Wrote: The War Games (1969), Robot (1974-75), The Brain of Morbius (1976, as Robin Bland), Horror of Fang Rock (1977), State of Decay (1980), The Five Doctors (1983)
Played: Man in Doctor Who and the Silurians (1970, uncredited)
Career highlights
Prolific writer Terrance also wrote for Crossroads (1964), The Avengers (1962-69), Moonbase 3 (1973), Space: 1999 (1976) and Beau Geste (1982). He took script editor duties on Moonbase 3 (1973), Great Expectations (1981), Stalky & Co. (1982), The Hound of the Baskervilles (1982, with Tom Baker as Sherlock Holmes), Dombey and Son (1983), Jane Eyre (1983), The Invisible Man (1984) and The Pickwick Papers (1985). As a producer, he worked on Oliver Twist (1985), Alice in Wonderland (1986), Brat Farrar (1986), David Copperfield (1986), The Diary of Anne Frank (1987) and Vanity Fair (1987).
Facts
Terrance has maintained his links to Doctor Who over the years, having written over 60 TV story novelisations, as well as two stageplays - Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday (1974) and The Ultimate Adventure (1989) - a number of spin-off video and audio dramas, and original titles in the Virgin New Adventures, Missing Adventures, BBC Books  and Quick Reads ranges. Away from Doctor Who, Terrance has also written extensively for children's fiction and non-fiction book ranges since 1976, including Star Quest, The Mounties, The Baker Street Irregulars, Cry Vampire, The Adventures of Goliath, Chronicles of a Computer Game Addict, The Unexplained and many more.

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