The Stranger: The Terror Game
 

No. 5 of 7 in the The Stranger videos series
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Starring: Colin Baker, Louise Jameson, David Troughton & John Wadmore
By:Nicholas Briggs
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Editions:  UK UK (original VHS) | UK UK (reissue 1 VHS) | US US (VHS) | UK UK (reissue 2 VHS) | UK UK (DVD)

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Edition: UK UK (original VHS)
Released:  January 1994
Publisher:  BBV
Format: 1 x VHS PAL
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At the dramatic climax of In Memory Alone, the Stranger made a desperate bid to escape from an alien environment. Unsure of his own identity, he submitted himself to a process which promised to put "Everything in its proper place".

But where is the Stranger's "proper place"? Just who is the Stranger?

After materializing in an alley behind a seedy night-club, the Stranger begins piecing together his fragmented past. As the disturbing evidence gathers and the memories return, it occurs to him that the hidden terrors of his previous life may be best left forever concealed.

In the fourth STRANGER story, the series embarks upon a new direction, defining the nature of its leading character as never before, and opening the way for new adventures to follow.

Colin Baker returns as the Stranger, and is joined by distinguished stage and screen actors David Troughton and Louise Jameson.

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Edition: UK UK (reissue 1 VHS)
Released:  August 1995
Publisher:  Carlton
Format: 1 x VHS PAL
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At the dramatic climax of 'In Memory Alone', The Stranger made a desperate bid to escape from an alien environment. Unsure of his own identity, he submitted himself to a process which promised to put "everything in it's [sic] proper place".

But where is the Stranger's "proper place"? Just who is the Stranger?

After materializing in an alley behind a seedy night-club, the Stranger begins piecing together his fragmented past. As the disturbing evidence gathers and the memories return, it occurs to him that the hidden terrors of his previous life may be best left forever concealed.

In this, the fourth STRANGER story, the series embarks upon a new direction, defining the nature of its leading character as never before, and opening the way for new adventures to follow.

Colin Baker returns as the Stranger, and is joined by distinguished stage and screen actors David Troughton and Louise Jameson.

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Edition: US US (VHS)
Released:  August 1995
Publisher:  Central Park Media
Format: 1 x VHS NTSC
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Edition: UK UK (reissue 2 VHS)
Released:  June 2000
Publisher:  Reeltime Pictures
Format: 1 x VHS PAL
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Note:  Double release, also containing the previously-released documentary Stranger Than Fiction.

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Edition: UK UK (DVD)
Released:  August 2005
Publisher:  BBV
Format: 1 x DVD
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Note:  Region 0 double-sided DVD: PAL on one side of the disc, NTSC on the other.

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At the dramatic climax of IN MEMORY ALONE, the Stranger made a desperate bid to escape from an alien environment. Unsure of his own identity, he submitted himself to a process which promised to put "everything in its proper place".

But where is the Stranger's "proper place"? Just who is the Stranger?

After materialising in an alley behind a seedy night-club, the Stranger begins piecing together his fragmented past. As the disturbing evidence gathers and the memories return, it occurs to him that the hidden terrors of his previouslife [sic] may be best left forever concealed.

In addition to this exciting main feature, this DVD come [sic] with a special "video diary" recorded during filming by author Nicholas Briggs. He manages to capture the jolly atmosphere on and off set and chats candidly to the cast about the trials and tribulations of filming low budget...

THE LAST 28
May (Louise Jameson) lives alone, but tonight she's expecting a visitor. We travel with MAY through an evening of self discovery and disapointment [sic] as she waits for the Last 28 to arrive.

Written by Pip & Jane Baker and directed by Bill Baggs, THE LAST 28 was filmed in 1998 on super 16mm. It has not been released previously and was originally aimed at attracting attention from the film festival market.


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