Was that the one with Kevin Conroy doing Batman's voice? If so then yes, the wife got me into it about fifteen years back so I bought her the DVD sets! Strangely enough the third set was only available in the US so it was a good job that we have a multiregional player! JB
I couldn't understand why Mark wanted to help the giants perfect the guidance system knowing what the wife, the industrialist and Kobick were like! So the little people might get back to earth but so would the giants and unless I'm mistaken I think the giants might want to conquer us! JB
Interesting that a slightly backward planet could, at times, come up with fantastic discoveries.Alien planet indeed!I find it interesting that Irwin never used cast members from his other shows in Giants,aside from Jonathan. In fact on the other 3 series,at least in the early seasons,they were well throught out,in LOG it seems a lot of trial & error.
I always thought it was cosy with the little people hiding out in an empty house from the rain until they found it to be haunted or as it turned out the tricks of former magician, Inidu! The baddie character actor Peter Haskell also turns up in this one as I recall! JB
I remember Peter Haskell mainly because he was the main baddie in the second season of Rich Man, Poor Man! (Charles Estep) which is a favourite of my mother's! I bought her both sets last year and she still loves it after all these years! JB
Post by johnnybear on Oct 29, 2015 15:18:02 GMT -5
In production order Robert Colbert's Bolgar was supposed to be the man after the little people in the SID and was replaced by Inspector Kobick but because of the weird ordering Kobick appears first and is already acquainted with Steve and the little people! Even though we'd never seen him or the SID before this! Even Ashim is not a member of the SID, right, Farf? JB