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Beyond Westworld (Series)
 
Released: 2nd December 1976
Number of DVDs: 5
DVD Region: Free (Worldwide)
Price: £24.99 + Postage
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The series followup to the films "Westworld" and "Futureworld" features John Moore, Security Chief of the Delos Corporation, the company that created the killer robots seen in the films. Now Moore must deal with an evil scientist named Quaid, who has taken control of the lifelike Delos robots, and plans to use them in his plot to conquer the world.

CAST
Jim McMullan ... John Moore (5 episodes, 1980)
James Wainwright ... Simon Quaid (5 episodes, 1980)
William Jordan ... Joseph Oppenheimer (5 episodes, 1980)
Connie Sellecca ... Pamela Williams (5 episodes, 1980)
Severn Darden ... Foley (5 episodes, 1980)
Anne McCurry ... Roberta (5 episodes, 1980)

MINI-SERIES EPISODE LIST:

"Westworld Destroyed" John Moore is assigned to hunt down Quaid who has some androids that he proposes to use to further his own ends. The first one is hiding amongst the crew of a U.S. nuclear submarine.

"My Brother's Keeper" Quaid blackmails the owner of an oil company and John and Pamela must find the android in the company's ranks.

"Sound of Terror" Quaid gets his hands on some uranium, and John and Pamela must find another android who is hiding in a rock band.

"The Lion" Delos circuitry is found in a car explosion and John and the rest of the Delos team must try and work out Quaid's new plan.

"Take-over" Quaid's target is the police officer in charge of the state Governor's visit. John and Pamela must stop Quaid and identify the police officer who is actually an android.

Beyond Westworld series was filmed in 1.33:1 ratio Color with Mono English audio track.

This series was never sold on video or DVD and is extremely hard to come by. The overall quality is good (8 out of 10), but not commercial quality.

The DVDs are region free and work internationally. The DVDs will be supplied in loose format with protective paper/plastic sleeves.

 

 
 
 
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