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8811Prisoner and Gemini

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  • Geoff Willmetts
    Apr 1, 2012
      Hello John



      Re:
      Prisoner. Which part do you object to?? The continuity or the solution??



      Try
      this link. A lot of my material can be found where I work:-



      http://www.sfcrowsnest.com/articles/features/2002/The-Prisoner---Confined-5672.php



      I�ve
      written one other article on the original Prisoner and a review of that
      terrible 2010 version but the above from 2002 is the one.



      Hello Dino



      That
      book I used was quite comprehensive for TV movies for that period so it might
      reduce the are where you look. �Gemini Man� had a ninety minute pilot and later
      after the series was cancelled, had four of its stories turned into two ninety
      minute TV movies � I recorded those off the TV but they don�t include anything
      you�re describing.



      Don�t
      forget, you�re asking for a character that didn�t just turn invisible but
      became a phantom as well. That�s an unusual combination. It wouldn�t have been
      based off any of the super-hero comics.



      Your
      DVR isn�t really a DVD recorder, just a digital box with a hard drive. Can you
      give me a make and serial number so I can see if there�s a picture of it on the
      Net. That USB port might be your salvation but don�t forget the order of
      things. Computer on first and then digital box.



      Geoff



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