Adam Adamant Lives! (1966–1967)
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The Village of Evil 

On holiday in the country, Adam comes to a mysterious old inn near a rundown village, where the residents are secretly members of a murderous coven of Satan-worshiping witches and warlocks.

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Vince Powell (by), Harry Driver (by)
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Episode cast overview:
Gerald Harper Gerald Harper ... Adam Adamant
Juliet Harmer ... Georgina Jones
Jack May Jack May ... William E. Simms
John Bailey ... Dr. Craigshaw
Colette O'Neil Colette O'Neil ... Myra Bamford
Christopher Coll Christopher Coll ... Joe
John Law John Law ... Mr. Corbett
Trevor Baxter ... Mr. Burke
John Henderson John Henderson ... Vicar
Dinny Powell Dinny Powell ... Daniel
Len Jones Len Jones ... Jerry Fletcher
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On holiday in the country, Adam comes to a mysterious old inn near a rundown village, where the residents are secretly members of a murderous coven of Satan-worshiping witches and warlocks.

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Quotes

Dr. Craigshaw: It is useless to struggle, Mr. Adamant. You won't escape.
Adam Adamant: Nor will you escape, sir. For you are a prisoner of your own evil practices.
Myra Bamford: How can you call the search for pleasure 'evil'?
Adam Adamant: How can you call these obscene rites 'pleasure', madam?
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Magnificat St Luke in B flat: 1,4,6
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Composed by Henry Smart
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Village of...The Avengers
2 August 2010 | by graylittlewoodSee all my reviews

This one almost out-Avengers the Avengers. It's SO Avengers I kept expecting Steed to appear in shot. All the Avengers key ingredients are there - the setting, the mood, the imaginative direction, the music… Not that it directly copies any Avengers episode in particular, though it's reminiscent of a good few.

For me this gets it just right; I enjoyed it from beginning to end. I love the setting, the characters, the plot; I love the acting and the characters and the spooky subject matter. I can't be any more constructive in my review - I just loved everything about it.

I am really sorry that I only have a few episodes to go – IMHO Adam Adamant Lives! is an under-rated masterpiece of light entertainment.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 October 1966 (UK) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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