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Journey to the Unknown (1968)



Journey to the Unknown

(1968)

50 minutes

Anthology / Fantasy / Mystery / Science Fiction

Hosted by Joan Harrison

Journey to the Unknown was a British TV anthology series made in 1968, with a fantasy, science fiction and supernatural theme. It sometimes featured American actors and actresses in the episodes' leading roles, such as Vera Miles, Joseph Cotten, Barbara Bel Geddes, Patty Duke, Carol Lynley, and Brandon De Wilde, along with familiar British actors such as Dennis Waterman, Jane Asher, Nanette Newman and Tom Adams. Seventeen episodes in all were made.
 
It may have sprung from the Hammer horror stable, but this feels more like The (original) " The Outer Limits " meets "UFO" meets, " The Prisoner "!. There's no silly costumes and Kensington gore here, this stunning batch of mystery thrillers, ghost stories and frighteners was a U.S. co-production produced by Hitchcock's close associate Joan Harrison (who produced Alfred Hitchcock Presents). Consequently, and uniquely, this TV production is of a markedly higher cinematic quality than any of the big screen outings Hammer produced. Many episodes were put together for cinema distribution in the early 70's.
 

Some outstanding episodes like "The New People" episode is the "Rosemary's Baby" of TV (only much better) It is, along with The Prisoner 's "Girl Who Was Death", the single best television segment of the 1960's. You probably don't believe me. Seek it out, prepare to be amazed. Excellent quality picture and sound in great color for these hour long episodes of suspense.

Eve

Jane Brown's Body

Indian Spirit Guide

Miss Belle

Paper Dolls

The New People

One on an Island

Matakitas is Coming

Somewhere in a Crowd

Becking Fair One

Poor Butterfly

Stranger in the Family

The Madison Equation

The Killing Bottle

Do Me a Favor, Kill Me

Girl of My Dreams

The Last Visitor

Out of the Unknown   




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