A Gerry Anderson rarity!
All thirteen episodes of Gerry Anderson's short-lived puppet series, about Father Unwin, the priest who is also an agent for BISHOP - British Intelligence Secret Headquarters Operation Priest. Fighting crime assisted by his gardener Matthew, Father Unwin uses an array of incredible gadgets, including a machine that can shrink people and objects down to a third of their normal size. Episodes are: 'A Case For the Bishop'; 'A Question of Miracles'; 'The Feathered Spies'; 'To Catch a Spy'; 'Last Train to Bufflers Halt'; 'Errand of Mercy'; 'The Deadly Whisper'; 'Hole in One'; 'Recall to Service'; 'The Cure'; 'School for Spies'; 'May-Day, May-Day!' and 'More Haste Less Speed'.Special Features
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I do not recall ever seeing this programme when broadcast despite usually avidly following Gerry Anderson shows at the time. I've been watching episodes in between old Doctor Who adventures for a bit of variety as I have another box set to watch. All from the same period. Memories of younger and simpler days. I remember Stanley Unwin from the Carry On films and comedy show cameos in the seventies. However this isn't the strongest of Gerry Anderson's output and I kept thinking of Joe 90 when watching it. A great piece of TV history worth watching for the experience. Since it was new to me I didn't feel the usual nostalgia I get with shows like Fireball XL5 and Captain Scarlett but don't let that put you off.
Really enjoyed watching the 1st episode before the DVD player built into my antique Band & Olufsen TV packed up. Ah well...
MUY buena todo llegó en perfecto estado y rápido muy recomendable, gracias por su tener tantos productos