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The Champions

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Beware, villains of the world, you’ve met your match in an incredible group of crime-fighters with superhuman powers who battle evil! After a plane crash in Tibet that should have been fatal, three secret agents mysteriously gain amazing powers. The Champions (Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo, and William Gaunt) are endowed with fantastic physical and mental abilities, and become foremost agents for the Geneva-based crime-fighting agency, Nemesis. The Champions’ superhuman powers additionally include being able to see in the dark and using telepathic contact with each other that aids them in their fight against international crime and terrorism. Attracting fans of both sci-fi and fantasy genres, The Champions delivers both super adventure and super stories.

Customer Reviews

rip off

£45 your havin a laugh

A good old nostalgia trip

This was one of my favourites as a youngster and compulsory viewing. The sets, dialog and acting all look rather wooden now but the idea still works well much of the time and the stories are wonderfully weird and quirky in that 60s/70s way (see Sharon's first appearance in the episode 'Desert Journey' or the groovy club at the start of 'To trap a rat'. The whole series is very much part of that TV era of the odball and unusual (Avengers, Randall & Hopkirk, UFO and so on) and an English classic really. Make sure you see the scene-setting Episode 1 though before the rest ...

Great show at a great price!

One of those TV shows the likes of which they just don't make anymore! Well worth checking out :) And to those moaning dullards who complain about the prices, if you don't like the prices here go elsewhere! Nobody is forcing you to download these things, or are they? Do you live under the threat of assassination if you don't continually purchase things from iTunes and thus it is costing you a small fortune, therefore you feel compelled to air your views on the pricing on the iTunes store? If so I recommend you complain to the Police they may be more interested than the rest of the population. Personally I think £1.53 per episode (if bought altogether) or £1.89 individually is a fair price. :)

The Champions
View in iTunes £10.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 25 September 1968

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