Strange Report: Special Edition
Baffling... intriguing... offbeat... unpredictable: sixteen curious cases from the files of ADAM STRANGE
Criminologist Adam Strange (ANTHONY QUAYLE) takes on the cases that are too difficult, delicate or politically sensitive for Scotland Yard. With the assistance of forensic expert Ham Gynt (KAZ GARAS) and pretty young artist Evelyn McClaine (ANNEKE WILLS), Strange unravels some of Londonís most complicated crimes...
Featuring performances from many high calibre guest stars including John Thaw, Ian Ogilvy, Peter Vaughan, Julian Glover, Rosemary Leach, Sylvia Syms and Keith Barron, this special edition five-disc set includes all 16 digitally restored episodes alongside a fifth disc packed full of special features:
 Interview with Anneke Wills
Roger Lloyd Pack, whose father Charles played Professor Marks in the series, joins Anneke on a stroll through some of the London locations used in Strange Report and talks to her about the series, her career, and life in London in the swinging sixties.
 Interview with Kaz Garas
From his home in Portland, Oregon, Kaz Garas recalls his time in England in 1968 working on Strange Report.
 From the Archive
Generic and episode-specific trailers, textless background material, clean Main and End titles, Commercial Break Bumpers, a compilation of textless footage and rushes, and the US edits for Skeleton - Let Sleeping Heroes Lie.
 Restoring Strange Report
A visual demonstration of the techniques used to produce possibly the best ever pictures of an archive television series.
 Photographic Material
A vast selection of mostly unseen ITC stills set to Roger Webbís original music score for Strange Report (from the recently discovered studio tapes), merchandise and Kaz Garasí On-Set Gallery ñ candid photographs taken during filming by the series co-star.
 PDF Material
Original script PDFs for Heart - No Choice for the Donor and Skeleton - Let Sleeping Heroes Lie, alongside both the ITC and NBC Strange Report promotional brochures.
- Number of Discs
- 4:3 / Colour
- Mono / English
- 800 mins