I have seen this excellent resource before, some great new stuff, the library music is excellent, and music from "Freewheelers" as well, brilliant.Fredowl wrote: ↑Thu Sep 09, 2021 11:28 amFor anybody that doesn't know, I've been running a twitter account https://twitter.com/fred_owl for the last couple of years trying to make inroads into all these Ace of Wands mysteries ... where was it sold abroad? WAS it sold abroad? What happens in The Mind Robbers? Does any more off-air audio of the missing episodes exist? What happened to all the photographs taken during making of the series? What did Ceribraun look like in The Eye of Ra? And many more.
There's a link to a Drive folder containing photo galleries, press scrapbooks, attempts at reconstructions of many of the missing episodes if that's your thing, reference material (including all the overseas airdates mentioned above - looks like it was only series 3, sold to Hong Kong and New Zealand), production subtitles for both existing and missing episodes, a production diary of series 1, with series 2 shortly to be completed with contributions from Michael Mackenzie and PJ Hammond who were kind enough to share their memories on making the show, library music used in the series, some mocked up Look-In comic strips, a write up of a series poll from earlier this year ... and other things I've probably forgotten!
All free to download!
(The relevant stuff to the discussion here can be found in the Reference folder)
I have found the reference section, the overseas sales table is nicely presented, and as I thought, all s3, nothing found for "Seven Serpents" then, so perhaps it was offered but there were no takers, disappointing.
On photographs, I personally think there may be loads, maybe from every story, I started a thread here, a while ago, about a large batch of pictures from "The Golden Shot" that appeared on Shutterstock, and there are also a lot of new B/W photos added for series one of "Please Sir! (1968), around 60 or more for each of the seven episodes.
The shots include location filming and studio recording, including the formidable Mark Stuart, the studio order of the sets, , and possibly a couple of location scenes not used in the first episode.
None of these are from the usual set of shots seen before, so there could be some gems from "Ace Of Wands" yet to be seen!