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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone 1996

TV Zone #85, December 1996 TV Zone #85, December 1996
(Reference #T85)
Babylon 5's Bruce Boxleitner reveals how Sheridan's changed on his return from Z'ha'dum for the fourth season. Voyager's treacherous Cardassian Seska exposed by actress Martha Hackett. Comedian George Marshall's tribute to Star Trek – The Final Front Ear. Plus: June Lockhart recalls her role as Lost in Space's super-mom, Maureen Robinson, and Robert Foxworth recalls his roles as Deep Space Nine's Admiral Leyton and Data prototype Questor, and Alien Nation's Terri Treas interviewed.


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TV Zone #84, November 1996 TV Zone #84, November 1996
(Reference #T84)
The X-Files – new questions for a new season, complete with answers from guest star Roy Thinnes. Babylon 5's telepath Andrea Thompson on Talia Winters' sudden change of heart. Cartoon classic Jonny Quest revived for a new generation. The cast of Neverwhere reveals London Below. Space; Above and Beyond's Lanei Chapman discusses her roles as Vanessa Damphouse and The Next Generation's Ensign Rager. Plus: Doctor Who author Russell T Davies, and Voyager villain Anthony de Longis.


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TV Zone #83, October 1996 TV Zone #83, October 1996
(Reference #T83)
Babylon 5's Andreas Katsulas opens the book of G'Kar. Behind the scenes on new fantasy series Neverwhere. X-Files director William Graham discusses his episodes. Douglas Wilmer recalls his time as the definitive Sherlock Holmes of the 1960s. Due South's David Marciano reflects on Ray Vecchio's approach to police work. Deep Space Nine's Rosalind Chao reveals what it's like being married to Chief O'Brien.


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TV Zone #82, Bumper issue September 1996 TV Zone #82, Bumper issue September 1996
(Reference #T82)
Star Trek's thirtieth anniverary celebrated! James Doohan looks back on Scotty's career as the Enterprise's miracle worker, and Rene Auberjonois declassifies Odo's security dossier. Kate Mulgrew reports on Captain Janeway's journey, and Levar Burton checks in from the Enterprise-D's engineering section. Plus: Babylon 5's Jeff Conaway reveals how Zack Allan was recruited by the Nightwatch, fantasy flashback to Bugs episode Pulse, and John Neville on his role as The X-Files' Well-Manicured Man.


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TV Zone #81, August 1996 TV Zone #81, August 1996
(Reference #T81)
Voyager's Doctor Robert Picardo gives us a second opinion. Doctor Who – behind the scenes on the new TV movie with producer Philip Segal. Quantum Leap's Dean Stockwell reflects on life as a hologram. X-Files director Jerrold Freedman on his episodes, Ghost in the Machine and Born Again. Babylon 5's designer takes us on a guided tour of the station's sets. Space: Above and Beyond's Commodore Ross, Tucker Smallwood, interviewed. Plus, Voyager season two and X-Files season three episode guides.


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TV Zone #80, July 1996 TV Zone #80, July 1996
(Reference #T80)
Voyager's Robert Duncan McNeill interviewed. Babylon 5's Stephen Furst discusses his return to the role of Vir. X-Files director Joe Napolitano assesses his episodes. Doctor Who writer Matthew Jacobs reveals the secrets of the movie's script. Alien Nation – Newcomer policeman Eric Pierpoint discusses life on the beat. Plus: Highlander season three episode guide, fantasy flashback to J Michael Straczynski's Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future.


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TV Zone #79, June 1996 TV Zone #79, June 1996
(Reference #T79)
Babylon 5 star Jerry Doyle reflects on Garibaldi as the third season draws to a close. The Doctor's latest companion Daphne Ashbrook reveals how she discovered the history of Doctor Who. Bugs script editor Colin Brake outlines the new season. Deep Space Nine doctor Alexander Siddig discusses Bashir's relationship with Garak. Dennis Potter's last works, Karaoke and Cold Lazarus. Plus: Director Michael Lange's X-Files Dossier, and fantasy flashback to UFO's The Long Sleep.


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TV Zone #78, May 1996 TV Zone #78, May 1996
(Reference #T78)
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New Doctor Paul McGann reveals what it's like to become a Time Lord. Nyree Dawn Porter of The Protectors interviewed. Robert Beltran discusses Voyager's first officer Chakotay. Babylon 5's Richard Biggs diagnoses Dr Franklin's addictive personality. Plus: X-Files and Brabylon 5 third season episode guides, and Steve Railsback's memories of playing the X-Files' Duane Barry.


Price:  $10.00

TV Zone #77, April 1996 TV Zone #77, April 1996
(Reference #T77)
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Babylon 5's Peter Jurasik reflects on Londo's journey into darkness. Behind the scenes on the return of Doctor Who. Channel 4's lavish adaptation of Gulliver's Travels previewed. Deep Space Nine star Terry Farrell on Jadzia Dax's many lives. Plus: Fantasy flashback to Highlander pilot The Gathering, and the X-Files dossier of Doug Hutchinson – Eugene Tooms himself!


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TV Zone #76, March 1996 TV Zone #76, March 1996
(Reference #T76)
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X-Files dossier – beginning a new series, focussing on Jerry Hardin, alias Deep Throat. Babylon 5's John Schuck on his role as Custodian of the Great Machine. Doctor Who returns to Radio 2 to face The Ghosts of N-Space. Reboot producers discuss the computer-animated hit. Lois and Clark writer Thania St John on reinventing Superman for the 1990s and creating VR5. Plus: Fantasy flashback to The Gemini Man, Sliders episode guide and interview with Voyager's Garrett Wang concluded.


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TV Zone #75, February 1996 TV Zone #75, February 1996
(Reference #T75)
Claudia Christian exposes the insecurities of Babylon 5's Susan Ivanova. Star Trek: Voyager – Part one of a comprehensive interview with Garrett Wang, aka Ensign Kim. Avenger Honor Blackman recalls how Cathy Gale made feminism tough but sexy. Deadly Games star James Calvert interviewed. Doctor Who guest star Alan Bennion reveals the face beneath the helmets of noble Ice Warriors Slaar, Izlyr and Azaxyr. Fantasy flashback to The X-Files' pilot, and Earth 2 episode guide.


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TV Zone #74, January - Bumper 1996 TV Zone #74, January - Bumper 1996
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