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Small update: this franchise chapter is still coming today. it's just the longest thing I have written so it will take a little longer than expected. I will push the game one back to tomorrow.
 
Small update: this franchise chapter is still coming today. it's just the longest thing I have written so it will take a little longer than expected. I will push the game one back to tomorrow.
This TL reminds me of one of my own on here in that mine could be what if everything went wrong? If you want I'll discuss in PM, so I don't derail the thread.
 
This TL reminds me of one of my own on here in that mine could be what if everything went wrong? If you want I'll discuss in PM, so I don't derail the thread.
Go ahead and message. I need a distraction. Been distracted a lot today but this is a chapter I hope never to repeat again.
Been doing it since 9 this morning and it's now twenty to eight at night.
 
Franchise Chapter Three: The 1980s, 1990s and Early 2000s (Television and Film)

Franchise Chapter Three: The 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s (Television and Film)

James Bond (DreamWorks )

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The third, fourth, Fifth and sixth James Bond: Michael Caine, Ian Ogilvy, Sam Neill, and Ewan McGregor.
The Hildebrand Rarity (1979)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: Elizbeth Krest (Barbara Bach)
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: N/A
Synopsis: Bond is on an assignment in the Seychelles Islands; through Fidele Barbey, his influential and well-connected local contact, he meets an uncouth American millionaire, Milton Krest, who challenges the two to aid him in the search for a rare fish, the Hildebrand Rarity.

Silverfin (1980)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Silverfin (The Beach Boys)
Synopsis: There's something in the water at Loch Silverfin. Something deadly. Something that must be kept secret... This is the start of an adventure that will take him from the school playing fields to the remote shores of Loch Silverfin and a terrifying discovery that threatens to unleash a new breed of warfare.

Shoot To Kill (1981)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 120 Minutes
Main Theme Song: The Killing Blow (Dolly Parton)
Synopsis: James Bond’s plans for a solitary summer are dashed by the discovery of a gruesome film reel – a reel someone is willing to kill for. Travelling from the English countryside to Los Angeles, James finds himself caught up in a sinister plot of blackmail, murder and revenge that goes way beyond any Hollywood gangster movie. His friends in danger, his life on the line, James must find a way out. Or die trying.

Licence Renewed (1982)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 122 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Return to the danger zone (Dolly Parton)
Synopsis: Bond has been assigned to investigate one Dr Anton Murik, a brilliant nuclear physicist who is thought to have been meeting with a terrorist known as Franco. Together they plan to hijack six nuclear power plants around the world and start a global meltdown unless Bond can stop them.

For Special Services (1983)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: Cedar Leiter (Teri Hatcher)
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 126 Minutes
Main Theme Song: For Special Services (David Bowie)
Synopsis: Bond is on loan to the United States government, his partner none other than the tough and beautiful Cedar, daughter of 007’s old friend Felix Leiter. Their enemy? An old adversary, the legendary SPECTRE has reappeared. Bond and Cedar find themselves in some deadly and terrifying situations―from skyjack to plunging elevator, from armies of killer ants in the Midwest to horror on a private monorail―before they come face to face with the heir to Blofeld’s iniquitous empire.

Icebreaker (1984)
James Bond: Michel Cain
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 129 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Icebreaker (Elton John)
Synopsis: Bond reluctantly finds himself recruited into a dangerous mission involving an equally dangerous and treacherous alliance of agents from the CIA, the KGB and Israel's Mossad. The team dubbed 'Icebreaker' waste no time double-crossing each other, as they try to root out the leader of the murderous National Socialist Action Army, Count Konrad von Gloda, a one-time SS officer, who now perceives himself as the New Adolf Hitler.

Role of Honour (1985)
James Bond: Ian Ogilvy
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Martin Campbell
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 124 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Honour or Glory (Elton John)
Synopsis: following a scandal and his shock resignation from Britain's Secret Intelligence Service James Bond becomes a gun for hire; able, and willing, to sell his lethal skills to the highest bidder. And SPECTRE, it seems, are eager to have the disgraced British super spy on their payroll. But before he can be fully embraced by his new employer - and deadliest enemy - 007 must first prove his loyalty. And in doing so he must threaten with nuclear annihilation everything he has fought his whole life to defend.


Nobody Lives for Ever (1986)
James Bond: Ian Ogilvy
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Martin Campbell
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 123 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Nobody Lives for Ever (Madonna)
Synopsis: Bond was supposed to be on leave. But SPECTRE leader Tamil Rahani, dying from injuries suffered at Bond's hand, is determined to make it the holiday to die for. With a price on his head, Bond must evade the world's greatest assassins in a ruthless game of cat-and-mouse across Europe, while trying to save the lives of the two women who matter to him most, his housekeeper May and Miss Moneypenny. But Bond has been a target before. And when it comes to staying alive, nobody does it better than 007.

Scorpius (1988)
James Bond: Ian Ogilvy
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Martin Campbell
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Scorpius (Rick Astley)
Synopsis: Bond is threatened by a cult known as "The Meek Ones", who commit several acts of terrorism including multiple bombings and several assassinations of British politicians. Bond establishes the man behind the cult is an arms dealer, Vladimir Scorpius, who Bond must locate and kill.

Win, Lose or Die (1989)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 127 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Win, Lose or Die (Roxette)
Synopsis: The Brotherhood of Anarchy and Secret Terrorism infiltrate and destroy a top-secret British Royal Navy aircraft carrier-based summit between the American President, British Prime Minister and Soviet general secretary: Bond must locate them, break-in, hijack, and then rescue the three leaders.

Licence to Kill (1990)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Licence to Kill (Patti LaBelle)
Synopsis: James Bond is on possibly his most brutal mission yet. Bond's good friend, Felix Leiter, is left near death, by drug baron Franz Sanchez. Bond sets off on the hunt for Sanchez, but not everyone is happy. MI6 does not feel Sanchez is their problem and strips Bond of his license to kill making Bond more dangerous than ever. Bond gains the aid of one of Leiter's friends, known as Pam Bouvier and sneaks his way into the drug factories, which Sanchez owns. Will Bond be able to keep his identity secret, or will Sanchez see Bond's true intentions?

Brokenclaw (1991)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 121 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Brokenclaw (Gloria Estefan)
Synopsis: Bond investigates Brokenclaw, a half-Blackfoot, half-Chinese philanthropist and economic terrorist who is trying to start a worldwide economic collapse by attacking the main global currencies.

The Man from Barbarossa (1993)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 124 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Atomic Love (Prince)
Synopsis: Bond teams up with Mossad, the French Secret Service and the KGB to infiltrate a Russian terrorist group called the "Scales of Justice" who are attempting to supply Iraq with nuclear weapons before the United Nations-led coalition invades.

Death is Forever (1994)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 127 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Death is Forever (Prince)
Synopsis: James Bond and CIA agent Elizabeth Zara "Easy" St. John are assigned to track down the surviving members of "Cabal", a Cold War-era intelligence network that received a mysterious and unauthorised signal to disband.

SeaFire (1995)
James Bond: Sam Neill
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson
Running Time: 128 Minutes
Main Theme Song: SeaFire (Michael Jackson)
Synopsis: Bond investigates Max Tarn, a billionaire business tycoon who is determined to reunite Germany under a new Fourth Reich. Tarn is also involved in eco-terrorism with a massive oil spill fire in Puerto Rico. Bond must avert the ecological damage and kill Tarn.

GoldenEye (1996)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: GoldenEye (Tina Turner)
Synopsis: Years after a friend and fellow 00 agent is killed on a joint mission, a secret space-based weapons program known as "GoldenEye" is stolen. James Bond sets out to stop a Russian crime syndicate from using the weapon.

Cold (1997)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Cold-hearted (Shirley Bassey)
Synopsis: ColdThe crash of a Boeing 747-400 at Dulles International Airport and the supposed death of Bond's friend and former lover, the Principessa Sukie Tempesta leads Bond on a personal revenge mission that uncovers a fanatical society, COLD: The Children of the Last Days.

Zero Minus Ten (1999)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Zero Minus Ten (Shirley Bassey)
Synopsis: Ten days before Britain returns Hong Kong, a series of terrorist attacks occur. Bond establishes that behind them is wealthy shipping magnate Guy Thackeray, whose company is taken over by the Chinese. By way of revenge, Thackeray plans to detonate a nuclear weapon in Hong Kong: Bond must stop him.

The Facts of Death (2000)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: The Facts of Death (Bon Jovi)
Synopsis: Sinister organisation The Decada are behind a series of poisonings aimed at British and Turkish military personnel. Bond tracks the head of the organisation to Greece where he is trying to cause a war between Greece and Turkey, which Bond must stop.

High Time to Kill (2001)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: High Time to Kill (Robbie Williams)
Synopsis: A top-secret British formula is hidden in microfilm, codenamed "Skin 17" was stolen by two traitors who plan to sell it to the terrorist organisation "The Union". The microfilm is on a plane that crashes in the Himalayas and Bond must battle a traitor and retrieve the secret.

DoubleShot (2002)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: DoubleShot (Bon Jovi)
Synopsis: After he foiled their plans, terrorist organisation The Union target Bond with a plan to plunge Britain into war and destroy Bond's reputation in the process by having a Bond double kill the British Prime Minister and the Governor of Gibraltar. Bond must uncover the plan and kill the double, well preventing the assassinations.

Never Dream of Dying (2003)
James Bond: Ewan McGregor.
Bond Girl: N/A
Director: Michael Apted
Produced by: Barbara Broccoli
Running Time: 125 Minutes
Main Theme Song: Never Dream of Dying (Bon Jovi)
Synopsis: Bond is again in the hunt for The Union and is chasing Le Gerant, the Blind head of the organisation. After a police raid goes wrong René Mathis goes after Le Gerant, followed by Bond.

Child’s play (DreamWorks)

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Child’s play (1989)
Director: Tom Holland
Producer: David Kirschner
Running Time: 87 Minutes
Main Cast: Brad Dourif as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
John Franklin as Walkabout Chucky
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Chris Sarandon as Detective Mike Norris
Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay
Dinah Manoff as Maggie Peterson
Synopsis: When Charles Lee Ray needs to get a quick escape from cop Mike Norris, he takes his soul and buries it into playful, seemingly good guy doll Chucky. Little does he know a little boy by the name of Andy Barclay will be the new owner of him soon-to-come. Charles confides in Andy while he commits numerous murders and once the adults accept Andy's story as truth, it's too late.

Child’s play II (1992)

Director: Tom Holland
Producer: David Kirschner
Running Time: 84 minutes
Main Cast: Brad Dourif as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
John Franklin as Walkabout Chucky
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Chris Sarandon as Detective Mike Norris
Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay
Christine Elise as Kyle
Synopsis: Andy has a new step-sister in the form of kyle and stepfather in Mike Norris. Life now seems to return to normal after the events of the first film. But in an attempt to save their reputation, the manufacturers of Chucky reconstruct the killer doll, to prove to the public that nothing was wrong with it in the first place. In doing so, they also bring the soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray back to life. As Chucky tries to locate Andy, the body count rises. Will Andy be able to escape, or will Chucky succeed in possessing his body?
Child’s play III (1994)
Director: Tom Holland
Producer: David Kirschner
Running Time: 88 Minutes
Main Cast: Brad Dourif as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
John Franklin as Walkabout Chucky
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Chris Sarandon as Detective Mike Norris
Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay
Christine Elise as Kyle
Andrew Robinson as Principle Botnick
Jeremy Sylvers as Ronald Tyler
Synopsis: High school brings a whole heap of new problems for Andy Barclay as he suffers from PTSD due to the events of the first two films. Play Pals Toy Company decides to re-release its Good Guys line, feeling that after all this time, the bad publicity has died down. As they re-used old materials, the spirit of Charles Lee Ray once again comes to life. In his search for Andy, Chucky falls into the hands of a younger boy, and he realizes that it may be easier to transfer his soul into this unsuspecting child. Andy and Kyle are the only ones who know what Chucky is up to, and it's now up to him to put a stop to it.

Child’s play IV (1998)
Director: Tom Holland
Producer: David Kirschner
Running Time: 88 Minutes
Main Cast: Brad Dourif as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
Jennifer Tilly as Tiffany Valentine
Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay
Christine Elise as Kyle
Jeremy Sylvers as Ronald Tyler
Katherine Heigl as Jade Kincaid
Nick Stabile as Jesse Miller
Lawrence Dane as Lt. Preston
Synopsis: Andy, Kyle, Ronald are going on a summer road trip. Looking to escape the city and the horrors of the past three movies. However, it’s not that simple. Serial killer Charles Lee Ray is back! This time his girlfriend Tiffany has revived him, once again in the form of the popular "Chucky" doll. Shortly after the "happy" couple's reunion, Chucky kills her and brings her back in the form of a girl's bridal doll. The two then embark on a killing spree en route to dig up Ray's corpse, which was buried with a Satanic voodoo charm capable of bringing back the dead.

Child’s play: Retribution (2003)
Director: Tom Holland
Producer: David Kirschner
Running Time: 88 Minutes
Main Cast: Brad Dourif as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
Jennifer Tilly as Tiffany Valentine
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Chris Sarandon as Detective Mike Norris
Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay
Christine Elise as Kyle
Jeremy Sylvers as Ronald Tyler
Katherine Heigl as Jade Kincaid
Synopsis: The Survivors of the last four movies have all moved on with their life’s now Chucky and tiffany had been destroyed. Soon, one by one the bodies start to fall again. The survivors of the last murder sprees must reunite to stop a threat greater than before. There’s a cult and they want to take over the world using the two dolls but Chucky and tiffany have other plans. They must be stopped once and for all.

Back to the future (Dreamworks)

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Back to the future (1985)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Producer: Bob Gale
Running Time: 116 minutes
Main Cast: Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly
Christopher Lloyd as Emmett "Doc" Brown
Lea Thompson as Lorraine Baines-McFly:
Crispin Glover as George McFly:
Claudia Wells as Jennifer Parker
Thomas F. Wilson as Biff Tannen
Synopsis: Marty McFly, a typical American teenager of the Eighties, is accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean "time machine" invented by a slightly mad scientist. During his often hysterical, always amazing trip back in time, Marty must make certain his teenage parents-to-be meet and fall in love - so he can get back to the future.

Back to the Future II (1987)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Producer: Bob Gale
Running Time: 119 minutes
Main Cast: Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly
Christopher Lloyd as Emmett "Doc" Brown
Lea Thompson as Lorraine Baines-McFly:
Crispin Glover as George McFly:
Claudia Wells as Jennifer Parker
Thomas F. Wilson as Biff Tannen / Griff Tannen / Gertrude Tannen
Synopsis: Marty McFly has only just gotten back from the past when he is once again picked up by Dr Emmett Brown and sent through time to the future. Marty's job in the future is to pose as his own son to prevent him from being thrown in prison. Unfortunately, things get worse when the future changes the present

Back to the Future III (1989)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Producer: Bob Gale
Running Time: 138 minutes
Main Cast: Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly / Seamus McFly
Christopher Lloyd as Emmett "Doc" Brown
Lea Thompson as Maggie McFly / Lorraine Baines-McFly
Crispin Glover as George McFly
Mary Steenburgen as Clara Clayton
Claudia Wells as Jennifer Parker
Thomas F. Wilson as Biff Tannen / Griff Tannen / Gertrude Tannen
Synopsis: Stranded in 1955, Marty McFly receives written word from his friend, Doctor Emmett Brown, as to where can be found the DeLorean time machine. However, an unfortunate discovery prompts Marty to go to his friend's aid. Using the time machine, Marty travels to the old west where his friend has run afoul of a gang of thugs and has fallen in love with a local schoolteacher. Using the technology from the time, Marty, and Emmett devise one last chance to send the two of them back to the future.

Star Wars (Disney)

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Star Wars Episode IV: A new hope (1977)
Director: George Lucas
Producer: Francis Ford Coppola
Running Time: 121 minutes
Main Cast: Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker.
Perry King as Han Solo
Sigourney Weaver as Princess Leia
Peter Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin
Toshiro Mifune as Obi-Wan Kenobi
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca
David Prowse as Darth Vader
James Earl Jones as the voice of darth Vader.
Marylin as Aunt Buru
James dean as uncle Owen.
Judy Garland as Mon mothma
Synopsis: Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a Wookiee and two droids to save the galaxy from the Empire's world-destroying battle station, while also attempting to rescue Princess Leia from the mysterious Darth Vader.

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Director: Irvin Kershner
Producer: Producer: Gary Kurtz
Running Time: 124 minutes
Main Cast: Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker.
Perry King as Han Solo
Sigourney Weaver as Princess Leia
Toshiro Mifune as Obi-Wan Kenobi
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca
David Prowse as Darth Vader
James Earl Jones as the voice of Darth Vader.
Judy Garland as Mon mothma
Yaphet Kotto as Lando Calrissian
Frank Oz as Yoda
Ian McDiarmid as the emperor
Synopsis: After the Rebels are brutally overpowered by the Empire on the ice planet Hoth, Luke Skywalker begins Jedi training with Yoda, while his friends are pursued across the galaxy by Darth Vader and bounty hunter Boba Fett.

Star Wars Episode VI: The Last Jedi (1983)
Director: Irvin Kershner
Producer: Producer: Gary Kurtz
Run time: 132 minutes
Main Cast: Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker.
Perry King as Han Solo
Sigourney Weaver as Princess Leia
Toshiro Mifune as Obi-Wan Kenobi
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca
David Prowse as Darth Vader
James Earl Jones as the voice of Darth Vader.
Judy Garland as Mon mothma
Yaphet Kotto as Lando Calrissian
Frank Oz as Yoda
Ian McDiarmid as the emperor

Star Wars Episode I: Guardians of Peace (1993)
Director: Jon Favreau
Producer: Steven Spielberg
Running Time: 135 minutes
Main Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama as Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Jennifer Garner as Padme Amidala
Leonardo DiCaprio as Anakin Skywalker
Ian McDiarmid as Chancellor Palpatine
Benicio del cast as Darth maul
Christopher Lee as Darth Tyranus/Count
Denzel Washington as Mace Windu
Jimmy Smits as Bail Organa
Jim Carrey as Nute Gunray.
Robert Downey Jr. as cast Owen Lars
Shirley Henderson as Bru Beru Whitesun
Frank oz also returned as Yoda.
Anthony Daniels as C3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Synopsis: When the evil Trade Federation plots to take over the peaceful planet of Naboo, Jedi warrior Obi-wan Kenobi and his apprentice Anakin Skywalker embark on an amazing adventure to save the planet. With them on their journey is the young Queen Amidala, and the powerful Captain Panaka, who will all travel to the faraway planets of Tatooine and Coruscant in a futile attempt to save their world from Darth Sidious, leader of the Trade Federation, and Darth Maul, the strongest Dark Lord of the Sith to have appeared in generations.

Star Wars Episode II: Guardians of Peace (1995)
Director: Jon Favreau
Producer: Steven Spielberg
Running Time: 135 minutes
Main Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama as Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Jennifer Garner as Padme Amidala
Leonardo DiCaprio as Anakin Skywalker
Ian McDiarmid as Chancellor Palpatine
Benicio del cast as Darth maul
Christopher Lee as Darth Tyranus
Temuera Morrison as Commander Cody/Captain rex.
Denzel Washington as Mace Windu
Jimmy Smits as Bail Organa
Jim Carrey as Nute Gunray.
Robert Downey Jr. as cast Owen Lars
Shirley Henderson as Bru Beru Whitesun
Frank Oz as Yoda.
Anthony Daniels as C3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Doug Jones as Ki-Adi-Mundi
Tilda Swinton as Luminara Unduli
Peter Williams as Kit Fisto
BD Wong as Ki-Adi-Mundi
Tasia Valenza as Shak-ti.

Star Wars Episode III: Reign of The Empire (1998)
Director: Jon Favreau
Producer: Steven Spielberg
Running Time: 135 minutes
Main Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama as Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Jennifer Garner as Padme Amidala
Leonardo DiCaprio as Anakin Skywalker
Ian McDiarmid as Chancellor Palpatine
Benicio del cast as Darth maul
Christopher Lee as Darth Tyranus
Temuera Morrison as Commander Cody/Captain rex.
Denzel Washington as Mace Windu
Jimmy Smits as Bail Organa
Jim Carrey as Nute Gunray.
Robert Downey Jr. as cast Owen Lars
Shirley Henderson as Bru Beru Whitesun
Frank oz as Yoda.
Anthony Daniels as C3PO
Kenny Baker as R2-D2.
Doug Jones as Ki-Adi-Mundi
Tilda Swinton as Luminara Unduli
Peter Williams as Kit Fisto
BD Wong as Ki-Adi-Mundi
Tasia Valenza as Shak-ti.
Synopsis: Seven years into the Clone Wars and the Republic, with the help of the Jedi, are now set to take down Count Dooku, Darth Maul and the Separatists once and for all. Anakin Skywalker, however, is now starting to make more and more choices in favour of the republic than that of the Jedi. His love for Padme has pushed his friendship with obi-wan to the brink, to the point he will do anything to protect the republic and his secret wife. This all comes to a head as Darth Sidious reveals himself and his plans as the Sith return to power.

Indiana Jones (Disney)

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Indiana Jones: Raiders of the lost ark (1981)
Director: Steven Spielberg.
Producer: Theodore Disney, George Lucas
Running Time: 115 minutes
Main Cast: Harrison ford as Indian Jones
Meryl Streep as Marion Ravenwood
Paul Freeman as René Belloq
Ronald Lacey as Major Arnold Toht
John Rhys-Davies as Sallah
Denholm Elliott as Marcus Brody
Synopsis: The year is 1936. An archeology professor named Indiana Jones is venturing in the jungles of South America searching for a golden statue. Unfortunately, he sets off a deadly trap but miraculously escapes. Then, Jones hears from a museum curator named Marcus Brody about a biblical artifact called The Ark of the Covenant, which can hold the key to humanly existence. Jones has to venture to vast places such as Nepal and Egypt to find this artifact. However, he will have to fight his enemy Rene Belloq and a band of Nazis in order to reach it

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1984)
Director: Steven Spielberg.
Producer: Theodore Disney
Running Time: 117 minutes
Main Cast: Harrison ford as Indiana Jones
Meryl Streep as Marion Ravenwood
Michael Keaton as Agent L
Denholm Elliott as Marcus Brody
Synopsis: 1939 - The eve of World War II. Nazi agents are about to get their hands on a weapon more dangerous than the atom bomb. Only Indy can stop them before they unleash the deadly secret that sank Atlantis.

Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient (1988)

Director: Steven Spielberg
Producer: Theodore Disney
Running Time: 114 minutes
Main Cast: Harrison ford as Indiana Jones
Meryl Streep as Marion Ravenwood
Denholm Elliott as Marcus Brody
Ken Takakura as the General.
Synopsis: Indiana is called away from a dig in Lebanon to visit India where Marion Ravenwood
has discovered what she believes to be clues that could lead to the Covenant of Buddha. As Indy and Marion muse about this legendary treasure they realize another unforeseen power; the unification of the thousands of Asia's Buddhists under one precept. Another group seeks to claim this power, the Empire of Japan who see it as a way to control the countries they are currently invading pre-World War II. This leads Indy, Marion, and the Japanese on a desperate chase across Asia that leads into the depths of Afghanistan to the heights of the legendary Shangri-La through disputed parts of China.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1993)
Director: Steven Spielberg.
Producer: Robert Watts
Running Time: 114 minutes
Main Cast: Harrison ford as Indiana Jones
Meryl Streep as Marion Ravenwood
River Phoenix as a younger Indiana Jones.
Sean Connery as Henry Jones, Sr.
Denholm Elliott as Marcus Brody,
John Rhys-Davies as Sallah
Julian Glover as Walter Donovan
Synopsis: In 1940 after his father Professor Henry Jones, Sr. goes missing while pursuing the Holy Grail, Professor Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr. finds himself up against Adolf Hitler's Nazis again to stop them from obtaining its powers.

Indiana Jones: The First Adventure (1995)
Director: George Miller
Producer: Robert Watts
Running Time: 114 minutes
Main Cast: River Phoenix as Indiana Jones.
Alex Hyde-White as Henry Jones, Sr.
Joseph A. Bennett as T.E. Lawrence
Gary Oldman as Officer Perkins
Tim Curry as Arthur Harper
Synopsis: Before the ark, before Atlantis, before the Covenant of Buddha and before holy grail. There was Indiana’s first adventure. When his father takes him on an expedition to Arabia with the famous T.E. Lawrence. A journal the young boy find will son launch himself, his father and Laurance on an adventure to find the Iram of the Pillars before the British find it first.

Indiana Jones: and the legend of Eldorado (1997)
Director: George Miller
Producer: Robert Watts
Running Time: 126 minutes
Main Cast: River Phoenix as Indiana Jones.
Alex Hyde-White as Henry Jones, Sr.
Tim Curry as Arthur Harper
Ethan Hawke as René Belloq
Synopsis: Indiana, his father has been hired by Theodore Roosevelt to stop a Russian plot to find the city of Eldorado. To do it Indiana must form a friendship with French man René Belloq to hunt down the city. Yet there is more the meets the eye, and suspicions about Belloq may cause the end of the hunt before it even begins. And if the Russians found the city, they could alter the path of history forever.

Indiana Jones and the Legend of King Arthur (1998)
Director: George Miller
Producer: Robert Watts
Running Time: 131 minutes
Main Cast: River Phoenix as Indiana Jones.
Alex Hyde-White as Henry Jones, Sr.
Tim Curry as Arthur Harper
Ethan Hawke as René Belloq
Elizabeth Mitchell as Marion
Joseph A. Bennett as T.E. Lawrence
Synopsis: T.E. Lawrence has discovered something in his home of England. Something Belloq and Harper wanted. Indiana must become the man he is destined to become if he is to uncover the legend of king Arthur and stop the pair. But along the way romance beckons and relations between family will become more strained then ever. Everything is on the line

DC (Disney)

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Superman IV: The Final Adventure (1980)
Director: Richard Donner
Producer: Pierre Spengler
Running Time: 145 Minutes
Main Cast: Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman
Stockard Channing as Lois Lane
Keenan Wynn as Perry White
Phyllis Thaxter as Martha Kent
Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor
Audie Murphy as play Jor-El
Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor
Carrie Fisher as Kara Zor El/Supergirl
Sidney Poitier as brainiac
Synopsis: Superman lives a happy life, lex is in jail. Kara and Lois are happy with him and a child is on the way. but something is coming. Krypton was destroyed by an evil forced and now it wants to wipe out earth. Superman is prime target one and for him to stop the destruction of his home he must not only unite with Supergirl but his greatest foe. Lex Luthor.

Super-Girl (1982)
Director: Robert Wise
Producer: Kathleen Kennedy
Running Time: 145 Minutes
Main Cast: Carrie Fisher as Kara Zor El/Supergirl
Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman/ Bizarro Superman/
Stockard Channing as Lois Lane
Keenan Wynn as Perry White
Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor
Synopsis: Lex Luthor redeemed? That is the question on super girls mind as he runs for president but when superman goes missing and two very different versions of him appear. Kara begins the hunt to uncover the truth alongside Lois. To save superman, Supergirl will have to go it alone and stop an insane man becoming president and ruining the world.

Batman (1984)
Director: Tim Burton
Producer: Peter Guber, Pierre Spengler
Running Time: 126 minutes
Main Cast: Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Robin Williams as Jack Napier / The Joker
Michael Gough as Alfred
Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent.
Kim Basinger as Vicki Vale
Pat Hingleas as Commissioner Gordon
Ricky Addison as dick Grayson
Synopsis: After witnessing the death of his beloved parents in front of his face, billionaire Bruce Wayne vows to protect the good people of Gotham City against evil forces that threaten the city. But his vow is put to the test when he starts to wage his crime-fighting crusade against the maniacal Clown Prince of Crime...also known as the Joker.


Batman Returns (1986)
Director: Tim Burton
Producer: Peter Guber, Pierre Spengler
Running Time: 126 minutes
Main Cast: Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Michael Gough as Alfred
Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent/Two Face
Pat Hingleas as Commissioner Gordon
Corey Haim as dick Grayson/Robin
Michelle Pfeiffer as catwomen
Dustin Hoffman as the penguin
Synopsis: After stopping The Joker's Rampage, Batman finds himself facing the hideously grotesque Penguin--a deformed villain who emerges from the sewers who plans to be respected into Gotham's community. Little does Batman know is that Harvey Dent is working with the Penguin to becoming Mayor of Gotham. And they also plan to frame Batman from a different perspective. Meanwhile, Dent’s lowly secretary Selina Kyle gets thrown out a window from her workplace and transforms herself into the mysterious vigilante called Catwoman. Can Batman defeat two fiendish foes at once and clear his name at the same time?

Batman Continues (1988)
Director: Tim Burton
Producer: Peter Guber, Pierre Spengler
Running Time: 127 minutes
Main Cast: Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Michael Gough as Alfred
Billy Dee Williams as Two-Face
Pat Hingleas as Commissioner Gordon
Corey Haim as dick Grayson/Robin
Michelle Pfeiffer as catwomen
Winona Ryder as Poison Ivy
Synopsis: Batman and Robin are back working side-by-side to stop the villains of Gotham City, but is there tension appearing between them, especially when one villainess who calls herself Poison Ivy can make anyone fall in love with, he. Along with Poison Ivy, two face is out to deliver his own brand of justice to the citizens of Gotham. All the while, a figure believed dead lurks in the shadows.

Batman Forever (1992)
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Producer: Steven Spielberg
Running time: 120 minutes
Main Cast: Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Michael Gough as Alfred
Pat Hingleas as Commissioner Gordon
Corey Haim as dick Grayson/Robin
Michelle Pfeiffer as catwomen
Johnny Depp as the Riddler
Synopsis: Batman finds that he must protect Gotham City once again from d the Riddler. The Riddler is former Wayne Tech employee Edward Nygma who is bent on getting revenge for a refused project. Now he plans to drain brainwaves of each citizen in Gotham while plotting revenge on Batman. While Batman/Bruce Wayne struggles to fight the dastardly duo, he must also deal with a romantic relationship with the shadow loving catwomen.

Batman Begins (2000)
Director: Shane Black
Producer: Emma Thomas
Running Time: 137 Minutes
Main Cast: Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Michael Caine as Alfred Pennyworth
Gary Oldman as James Gordon
Sean Pertwee as Dr. Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow
Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox
Ken Watanabe as Ra's al Ghul
Synopsis: When his parents are killed, billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne relocates to Asia, where he is mentored by Henri Ducard and Ra's Al Ghul in how to fight evil. When learning about the plan to wipe out evil in Gotham City by Ducard, Bruce prevents this plan from getting any further and heads back to his home. Back in his original surroundings, Bruce adopts the image of a bat to strike fear into the criminals and the corrupt as the icon known as "Batman". But it doesn't stay quiet for long.

Superman: the last son of krypton (2001)
Director: Matthew Vaughn
Producer: Christopher Reeve
Running Time: 157 Minutes
Main Cast: Matt Bomer as Clark Kent/superman
Christina Hendricks as Lois Lane
Patrick Wilson as Lex Luthor
Alan Cumming as Perry White
Viola Davis as Martha Kent
Synopsis: A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind

Wonder Women (2002)
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Producer: Lauren Shuler Donner
Running Time: 168 Minutes
Main Cast: Sarah Michelle Gellar as Diana Prince/Wonder Women
Freddie Prinze Jr. as Steve Trevor
Lynda Carter as Hippolyta
Alicia Silverstone as doctor poison
Naomie Harris as Etta Candy
Synopsis: Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when a pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers and her true destiny.

Doctor Who (Disney)

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The fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, Eighth and ninth doctors: Graham Crowden, Anthony Head, Sylvester McCoy, Emma Thompson, David Oyelowo and Richard E. Grant

Series Sixteen (1979): Graham Crowden returned for his fourth full series as the fourth doctor. Well, Louise Jameson returned for her second. The master returned again played by peter Cushin in his second series. K9, played by John Leeson, makes his first appearance in this series. This series would mark the final appearance of Jameson who departed the series after a role in Hollywood was offered. The final Episode saw the first appearance of future companions Tegan and Adric played by Janet Fielding and Matthew Waterhouse respectively. The series featured six episodes:

The horror of Fang Rock (four parts)
The Invisible Enemy (four parts)
The Nightmare Planet (four parts)
The Sun Makers (four parts)
Servants of the Daleks (six parts)
The Underworld (four parts)

Series Seventeen (1980): Graham Crowden returned for his fourth and final full series as the fourth doctor. Crowden had been in the role for five years and after meetings with past doctors at fan events, decided five years was enough for the role as he did not want to become type-cast. Crowden was fifty-seven at the time of his exit, both the BBC and Disney wanted someone much younger to play the part. Some concern was raised when twenty-six-year-old Anthony Head was cast in the role of the sixth doctor. some worried about his age (Janet Fielding who played Tegan was a year older) and this was to be his first major role. People would have to wait till 1981 however to see how that played out. For this season both Tegan and Adric played by Janet Fielding and Matthew Waterhouse respectively returned for their second and first full series. It was the last appearance of the second console room used since 1977, and the final appearance of the Crowden theme and new sonic. It was Peter Cushing third and final series as the master. The series featured six episodes:
Nightmare of Eden (four parts)
It Lies Deep Within (four parts)
Retribution of the Autons (four parts)
A Master-Plan to Far (four parts)
Shada (six parts)
The Regeneration will not be televised (four parts)

Series Eighteen (1981): Anthony Head’s first full series as the fifth doctor. To many, his young age re-energised the series. Tegan and Adric played by Janet Fielding and Matthew Waterhouse returned for their third and second full series. The series was given a more Victorian look with a new Tardis, sonic and outfit contributing to this. The monk returned to this series, this time played by Billy Connolly who took over as the second incarnation of the character. The series featured six episodes:
The Sickness of a timelord (four parts)
Meglos (four parts)
The Terror On nova-9 (four parts)
Doomsday (four parts)
Hail Britannia (six parts)
Olympus Falling (four parts)

Series Nineteen (1982): Anthony Head’s returns for his second series as the fifth doctor alongside Janet Fielding as Tegan in her fourth and third full series. Matthew Waterhouse also returns this series but the actor decided to depart making it the last for Adric, he would become the first official companion to be killed off. Sarah Sutton joins the series as Nyssa, marking it as her first full series. The series featured the long-awaited return of the Cybermen. The series featured six episodes:

The Keeper of Traken (four parts)
Snake-Eyes (four parts)
The Werewolf Armageddon (four parts)
The Question Of Identity (four parts)
The Mortality Games (six parts)
Earthshock (four parts)

Series Twenty (1983): Anthony Head’s returns for his third series as the fifth doctor alongside Janet Fielding as Tegan in her fifth and fourth full series. Sarah Sutton returns as Nyssa, marking it as her second full series. Hugh Laurie joined as Arthur, to replace Matthew Waterhouse. The series featured six episodes. The series had each a special seventh Episode as the series was the 20th-anniversary series. Because of this Past Doctors return for the 20th Anniversary special. Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Graham Crowden return as the Second Doctor, Third Doctor and fourth doctor. The First Doctor also returns this time played by Richard Hudnall as original actor William Hartnell died in 1975. Each Episode contained a returning villain.

Truce Of the Daleks (four parts)
Empire Of the Sontarans (four parts)
Mawdryn Undead (four parts)
There Among Us (four parts)
Warriors of Earth (six parts)
The Extinction of the cybermen (four parts)
The Five Doctors (two parts)


Series Twenty-One (1984): Anthony Head’s returns for his fourth series as the fifth doctor alongside Janet Fielding as Tegan in her sixth and fifth full series, it was to be her last. Sarah Sutton returns as Nyssa, marking it as her third full series. Hugh Laurie returns as Arthur for his second series. The doctor loses the sonic screwdriver in this series. The six-parter was moved to the end of the series, to serve as a final. The series featured six episodes.

The Visitation (Four Parts)
Happiness is not a choice (four parts)
To Invade or not to invade. (Four parts)
Four to Doomsday (Four parts)
The Great Space Race (four parts)
Massacre of the Daleks (six parts)

Series Twenty-Two (1985): Anthony Head’s returns for his fifth series as the fifth doctor alongside. Sarah Sutton as Nyssa in her fourth full series. Hugh Laurie returns as Arthur for his third series. First series to debut the new master, played by Joanna Lumley now called The Mistress. It was a big change but the dynamic between the cast worked.
The series featured six episodes.
The King's Demons (Four Parts)
The Queen of Heart’s (Four Parts)
Strangers in the dark (four parts)
The Awakening (Four Parts)
Ice Warriors Rising (four parts)
The Time Loop (six parts)

Series Twenty-Three (1986): Anthony Head’s returns for his sixth series as the fifth doctor. After six series in the role. Head decided to depart meaning a new actor would be needed to fill his shoes and become the sixth doctor. Sylvester McCoy stole the role after a test screening. The producers wanted to give the show a fresh new look, to fit with a more modern time and that meant Sarah Sutton as Nyssa in her fifth full series and Hugh Laurie as Arthur for his fourth series would also now depart. The final episode would see the Tardis console room explode into flames. This series would now have five episodes but each would be five parts long meaning the quality could go up.

Frontios (five parts)
The Mistress Returns (Five Parts)
It's Inside You (Five Parts)
The Globe of Atlas (Five Parts)
Death to the cybermen (five parts)

Series Twenty-four (1987): Sylvester McCoy’s first full season as the sixth doctor alongside bonnie Langford who joined the series as Mel Bush. The doctor gained a new sonic, a new darker theme alongside a more modern sleek Tardis. McCoy returned the darkness to the character that some believed had been lacking in the later years of five’s run. Joanna Lumley returns as The Mistress. The series had five episodes.

To Soon a Change (Five Parts)
The Arcades of Death (five parts)
The Mistress of Japan (five parts)
The Silurian Exodus (Five parts)
The Doctor Duplicate (Five Parts)

Series Twenty-five (1988): Sylvester McCoy’s second full season as the sixth doctor alongside Bonnie Langford in her second series. Joanna Lumley returns as The Mistress well the Dalek civil war plotline comes to a head in two serials. The series had five episodes.

The revelation of the Daleks (Five Parts)
Under Fire (Five parts)
Attack of the Cybermen (Five parts)
Vengeance on Varos (five parts)
Remembrance of the Daleks (Five parts)

Series Twenty-Six (1989): After just three seasons, Sylvester McCoy chose to depart the role of the sixth doctor. at the same time, Joanna Lumley announced her intention to step down as The Mistress. Bonnie Langford in her third series as Mel chose to stay on for a third and fourth. To replace the sixth doctor. the crew wanted something new and fresh. For the seventh doctor, they chose thirty-year-old actress Emma Thompson for the role. To cast a woman to some was shocking but to others it was amazing. To a few historians, it's considered one of the starting points for powerful women in the 1990s. The series had five episodes.

The Virus of Yesteryears (Five parts)
The Haunting of Draper Hall (Five parts)
Play or Die (Five Parts)
The Nether-Cube (Five Parts)
The Regeneration Game (Five Parts)

Series Twenty-Seven (1990): Emma Thompson takes over as the seventh doctor in her first full series. Bonnie Langford in her fourth series as Mel decided to depart at the end of the series well Richard Armitage joined as new companion Oliver for his first full series. The series had five episodes.

Attack of the Cybermen (five parts)
The Nightmare Fair (five parts)
The Ultimate Evil (Five parts)
Mission to Magnus (five parts)
Stop! Kidnap (Five parts)

Series Twenty-Eight (1991): Emma Thompson returns as the seventh doctor in her second full series. Richard Armitage returns as Oliver for the second full series. The theme was given a new lighter theme tune for the 1990s and the upcoming anniversary in 1993. The sonic was ditched for the final time until the 2000s. The series had five episodes.

Yellow Fever and How to Cure It (Five parts)
In the Hollows of Time (Five parts)
The Children of January (Five parts)
The Mysterious Planet (Five parts)
Night Of the Daleks (Five parts)


Series Twenty-Nine (1992-1993): for the 30th anniversary, the series were combined in 1992 and 1993 to allow for ten episodes with returning villains for all episodes. Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Graham Crowden and Anthony head return as the Second Doctor, Third Doctor, fourth doctor and fifth doctor. it would be Troughton and Pertwee’s last appearance in the show. Emma Thompson returned as the seventh doctor in her third full series. Richard Armitage returns as Oliver for his third full series. The series had ten episodes.

War of the cybermen (Five parts)
Death to the Daleks (Five parts)
The Silurian Gambit (Five parts)
The Master War (Five parts)
The Auton Secret (Five parts)
The Monk in a president’s court (Five parts)
Access Denied (Five parts)
The Timelord Test (Five parts)
Mindwarp (Five parts)
The Dark Dimension (Five parts)

Series Thirty (1994): Emma Thompson returns as the seventh doctor in her fourth full series. Richard Armitage returns as Oliver for his fourth full series. The series would be the last for Thomason as the seventh doctor and the last for Armitage as Oliver. The series had been on the air for thirty 1 years in episodic format but tv had changed. Shows tended now instead to have longer series with a storyline. doctor who was to change again in 1995 with a new cast, logo, theme, Tardis, and doctor. the show wanted someone younger again to deal with different themes so they chose 19-year-old David Oyelowo as the doctor to cameo at the end of the series. The series consisted of five episodes

The Sleepwalkers (five parts)
The Impersonators (five parts)
The Rosemariners (Five parts)
The Stones of Darkness (Five parts)
The Queen of Time (Five parts)

Series Thirty-One (1995): this series was considered a fresh new start for the show. The budget increased the number of parts filmed was cut down. There were now ten episodes of 50-minute episodes and also introduced two-part episodes. With this season they wanted to change up the dynamic and have a younger actor play alongside an older companion. 19-year-old David Oyelowo was cast as the 8th doctor well thirty-nine-year-old Imelda Staunton took on the role of Alice. The show was given a new theme alongside a new logo and Tardis. The Episodes of the season were:

Hospital Blues
The Shadow People
The Cerebroids
The Hollow Men
The Unquiet Dead
Aliens of London
World War Three
Cradle of war
Twist Of Reality
The Doctor’s Curse
Series Thirty-two (1997): David Oyelowo returned as the 8th doctor for his second full series Imelda Staunton returned as Alice for her second full series. The show was given a new theme alongside a new logo and Tardis. this series had the master (now played by Alan cumming) become a companion well it also dealt with the supposed destruction of Gallifrey and the Dalek Race. This was done to freshen up the show and lessen the timelords role in the series well returning more mystery to the show. This series introduced the first three-part episode: The Episodes of the season where:

Series Thirty-two (1997): David Oyelowo returned as the 8th doctor for his second full series Imelda Staunton returned as Alice for her second full series. The show was given a new theme alongside a new logo and Tardis. this series had the master (now played by Alan cumming) become a companion well it also dealt with the supposed destruction of Gallifrey and the Dalek Race. This was done to freshen up the show and lessen the timelords role in the series well returning more mystery to the show. This series introduced the first three-part episode: The Episodes of the season where:

Homeward Bound
Homeward Fight
Homeward Destruction
The King And I
The Code of Lincoln
The Fault of Monday
The Curse of Tuesday
The Dimension Dilemma
The Master’s Heart
The Master’s Rage


Series Thirty-three (1998): David Oyelowo returned as the 8th doctor for his third full series Imelda Staunton returned as Alice for her third and final series, this series saw her faith in the doctor tested. This series was the second with the master (played by Alan Cumming) as a companion, he would be involved in the death of the companion at the end of the series which would see his departure from the Tardis. The Episodes of the season where:

The Icon of The Eye
The Star Flyer
The belief of the doctor
The Vault
Rise of the cybermen
The Gaslight Murders
Turning Points
Blackest Day
Blackest Nights
Life Lost

Series Thirty-four (1998): David Oyelowo returned as the 8th doctor for his fourth full series. After playing a happy-go-lucky doctor, Oyelowo gained a new outfit as he switched tact after the last two series. 25-year-old Lucy Davis was cast as Abigail, a 1960s girl with a happy demeanour. This was done to contract the happy companion against a darker doctor. The Episodes of the season where:

Invasion of the Robot Presidents
A Party to Remember
The Calculations of Death
The Lost Legion
Home Of the Past
Tomorrow Forever
The Vampire Mutations
Paradise Rising
Paradise Falls
The Miracle of Christmas
Series Thirty-Five (1999): David Oyelowo returned as the 8th doctor for his fifth full series and his final. Oyelowo was happy to stay but the crew wanted to enter the new year with a whole new regeneration. Richard E. Grant would take over the role as the 9th doctor, he would gain a child in need mini episode that would air in both the USA and Britain which would lead into the 11th Episode; a new Christmas special. Lucy Davis returns as Abigail, for her second full series. Janet Fielding returns as Tegan for a seventh series and sixth full series. She became the first companion to return with a later doctor. the crew wanted to explore a companion returning and the effects the doctor had on them. The Episodes of the season were:

Dalek
Valley of the Lost
The Dogs of Darkness
The Factories of Madness
Mayhem
Mark of Lumos
Assassination Game
The Flood of Roses
Game Station Nine
Parting of The Ways
Once Upon a Christmas Time

Series Thirty-Six (2000): Richard E. Grant returned as the 9th doctor for his first full series. Lucy Davis returns as Abigail, for her third full series. Janet Fielding returns as Tegan for an eighth series and seventh full series. The Episodes of the season were:

Unstable Regeneration!
Insanity Of the Doctor
Victory Of Regeneration
Howling Of the Moon
The Wicker Forrest
Midnight Man
Blink
The Manhattan Marauders
Ghosts of the cybermen
Age of Steel
The Shadow of Christmas Past


Series Thirty-Seven (2001): Richard E. Grant returned as the 9th doctor for his second full series. Lucy Davis returns as Abigail, for her fourth full series. Janet Fielding returns as Tegan for a ninth series and eighth full series. The series gained a rock theme which was considered of putting to some as the show took an even darker turn. Some of the episode’s where now considered outright horror to some as doctor who experimented. The Episodes of the season were:

Shock Treatment
The Pillars of Death
Into the Cube
Survive The Cube
Escape the Cube
Blood Moon
Earth Heart
Survivor
The Terror in Metal
Restoration of the Daleks
Evil Comes to Town

Series Thirty-Eight (2002): Richard E. Grant returned as the 9th doctor for his third full series. Lucy Davis returns as Abigail, for her fifth full series. Janet Fielding returns as Tegan for a tenth series and ninth full series. This series is most remembered for its ending which would lead into the 40th aniversay. It saw Cameo’s throughout the season from Nyasa and Oliver as well as the return of the daleks creator after he was believed dead at the end of the dalek civil war. This would lead into the next series. The Episodes of the season where:
Deep Water
The Enemy Within
Mr Sand Man
The Suicide Exhibition
Don't Shoot, I'm the Doctor
The Land of Fear
Angel Put the Devil in Me
Home Run
The Doctor Forever
The Doctor Never Was



 
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Doctor Who has been added. the video game franchise chapter is cut for now but if more than two people really want to see how certain franchises of games were changed. I will retroactively add it in later. that last chapter was draining.
 
Doctor Who has been added. the video game franchise chapter is cut for now but if more than two people really want to see how certain franchises of games were changed. I will retroactively add it in later. that last chapter was draining.
You can always take another break if you need to relax after such a large chapter. That way, you'd be rested enough to tackle the video game franchises.
 
You can always take another break if you need to relax after such a large chapter. That way, you'd be rested enough to tackle the video game franchises.
Probably for the best. That chapter in the end was
8.9k words and some smaller franchises even got cut from it.
If anyone has suggestions for the game section well I recover. If you dislike a certain sequel or something done with a character. if you have an idea for a brand new game. or if you simply want to wipe something out of existence. these are the game franchises that will be included;
Mario, Super Smash Bros., DC Vs Capcom, Mega Man, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Star Wars, Star Wars, Sim City, Doom, Wolfenstein, Marvel, Command & Conquer, fallout.
Let me know your thoughts.
 
I would say to make things simpler, you should split the video game chapters up. Either have one focus on Disney and another on Dreamworks, or have one focus on consoles/arcades and another on computers.
 
I would say to make things simpler, you should split the video game chapters up. Either have one focus on Disney and another on Dreamworks, or have one focus on consoles/arcades and another on computers.
arcades likely won't be covered. even though they are bigger here. there are a lot of different arcade games out there and it would be too much plus the fact, its something i know next to nothing about. trying to avoid those topics.
A lot of those games I listed should be much easier than the franchise chapter. I have done something myself years ago like this or played them it the only problem is:
Mario, Super Smash Bros. Mega Man, Street Fighter,
These games. Never played them so what happens to them is yet unknown. Mario alone has so many games.
Edit: I have found the alt-games list I made years ago. I can now Recycle parts of that.
 
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Probably for the best. That chapter in the end was
8.9k words and some smaller franchises even got cut from it.
If anyone has suggestions for the game section well I recover. If you dislike a certain sequel or something done with a character. if you have an idea for a brand new game. or if you simply want to wipe something out of existence. these are the game franchises that will be included;
Mario, Super Smash Bros., DC Vs Capcom, Mega Man, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Star Wars, Star Wars, Sim City, Doom, Wolfenstein, Marvel, Command & Conquer, fallout.
Let me know your thoughts.
These are great additions to the range of franchises! Might I add The Legend of Zelda to the collection?
 
You can though that's a game series I somehow have seen nothing of. so if you have any ideas let me know.
I don't have any ideas of my own, but I can give you a link to the Zelda Wiki for game information.
 
I don't have any ideas of my own, but I can give you a link to the Zelda Wiki for game information.
Perfect. Heeding your suggestion of a break or I will burn out. But we should be back on track tomorrow.
 
Just a thought (& if it's past its sell-by date, ignore it): if you've changed music at all because of this, you may have butterflied away Sha Na Na, & if you have, you've butterflied Grease...not to mention the movie. Now, I would be very unhappy to see Olivia not get that (& equally unhappy not to get to see her in that leather jacket with that hair:cool::cool: ), but honestly, I don't think it would hurt much. It might ding Travolta a bit, but it might persuade him to do "An Officer & a Gentleman" or "In Praise of Older Women" (& not "Urban Cowboy")...tho, honestly, I can't imagine anybody but Gere in "AO&aG"...

FYI.
 
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