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Really? I thought the show was shabby, myself, but I've also always heard the initial premise Ellison was working with had little to do with what actually went before the cameras, which is why he asked his name not be used on the finished product.I'd say Canadians deserve an apology from him.
Mac's comment is exactly what I would have said, had I still a functioning brain.MacXoftheMounted wrote:Gotta agree. I'd watch one episode for the heck of it, but that would be it. Great concept, done in by low budget, lousy production values, glacial pace, etc.
sillyhuron wrote:There's a very funny novel based on the making of this epic - THE STARCROSSED by Ben Bova
https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q= ... _aSrJMk_VA
With a blurb from Ellison on the back cover. Something about 'very funny" and "you'll be hearing from my lawyers".
And actors from Trouble With Tracey" appeared as guest stars. (How pathetic is it that I know this?...
I’m in the same canoe with you! Trouble With Tracy. I’d watch it when home sick from grade school, but only because there were only two channels and Luncheon Date with Elwood Glover, was likely on the other!
MacXoftheMounted, formerly Professor Von X