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Red Dwarf Vi
     

Red Dwarf Vi

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The hapless crew of the Red Dwarf keep trying to make their way back to Earth, with any number of curious interruptions happening along the way, in this collection of episodes from the satiric sci-fi series from Great Britain. Red Dwarf: Series 6 features six episodes from the show's sixth season, which were first shown in 1993. Titles include "Psirens,

Overview

The hapless crew of the Red Dwarf keep trying to make their way back to Earth, with any number of curious interruptions happening along the way, in this collection of episodes from the satiric sci-fi series from Great Britain. Red Dwarf: Series 6 features six episodes from the show's sixth season, which were first shown in 1993. Titles include "Psirens, "Legion, "Gunmen of the Apocalypse, "Emohawk - Polymorph II, "Rimmerworld, and "Out of Time."

Editorial Reviews

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Time travel, parallel universes, and a host of other sci-fi tropes become fodder for comedy in the BBC's wacky, long-running series Red Dwarf. Writers-creators Rob Grant and Doug Naylor mold a sci-fi sitcom that follows the exploits of Lister (Craig Charles), a deep-space miner who emerges from stasis 3 million years into the future on the ship Red Dwarf to find that his only companions are Rimmer (Chris Barrie), a hologram of his dead bunkmate; Cat (Danny John-Jules), a humanoid who evolved from his pet feline; a mechanoid servant named Kryten (Robert Llewellyn); and Holly (Hattie Hayridge), the ship's computer. Series VI begins with the Red Dwarf being stolen in "Psirens," causing the crew to face mind-sucking aliens; in "Gunmen of the Apocalypse," Kryten contracts a computer virus; and in "Out of Time," the crew are astonished to receive an SOS call from themselves 15 years into the future. Despite its low-budget production values -- the ship was redesigned one season because the model fell off a shelf at the BBC effects department -- Red Dwarf continues to be one of the best, and best-written, comedies to come out of the U. K.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/15/2005
UPC:
0794051211521
Rating:
NR
Source:
Bbc Warner
Time:
3:00:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Cast commentary ; Fan commentary on "Gunmen of the Apocalypse"; "The Starbuggers" original documentary; Deleted scenes; Smeg Ups; Howard Goodall: Settling the score; "Sick" featurette; "Return to Laredo" featurette; Behind the scenes footage; Interview with director Andy de Emmony; Trailers; Raw FX footage; Isolated music cues; "Dave Hollins" radio sketch; Photo gallery; Weblink; 12-page collector's booklet; Easter eggs

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Red Dwarf: The Complete Series 6
2. Awakening [1:30]
3. Memory Lane [4:02]
4. The Trail [4:21]
5. Spaceship Graveyard [6:19]
6. Balls of Fire [2:35]
7. Pete Tranter's Sister [5:11]
8. Professor Mamet [3:23]
9. Credits [1:01]
2. Space Weevil [1:30]
3. Blue Alert [4:02]
4. Call Me Legion [4:21]
5. Warm Welcome [6:19]
6. Perfect Cell [2:35]
7. Under the Mask [5:11]
8. Star Drive [3:23]
9. Credits [1:01]
2. Dwarf Noir [3:38]
3. Rogue Simulants [4:45]
4. Vindaloovians [2:22]
5. Kryten's Dream [6:39]
6. Jacking In [2:52]
7. Bar Fight [5:00]
8. Showdown [1:25]
9. Credits [1:06]
2. Scramble! [3:11]
3. Space Filth [5:16]
4. Wrecked [2:03]
5. Gelf Village [4:05]
6. The Wedding [4:34]
7. Duane & Ace [4:12]
8. Emo-Hunt [3:26]
9. Credits [:58]
2. Worry Balls [5:18]
3. Boarding Party [3:47]
4. Spineless Escape [3:58]
5. 100% Success [4:33]
6. Rimmer's Log [1:57]
7. Rimmerworld [3:40]
8. Kit, Derek & Titan [3:36]
9. Credits [1:01]
2. Morale Meeting [3:45]
3. Robo-Lister [5:41]
4. Bubble Trouble [3:26]
5. 1421 [2:47]
6. Mixed Signals [4:24]
7. Glimpsing the Future [4:21]
8. Better Dead Than Smeg [2:31]
9. Credits - To Be Continued [1:05]

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Red Dwarf Vi 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Bob52 More than 1 year ago
This episode continues the series after the loss of the ship Red Dwarf. Life onboard Starbug isn't easy, but then I guess neither is being the only human being left alive after 3 million years. The cast is superb, the episodes continue to be funny and fresh. One of the episodes was even nominated for an International Emmy, "Gunmen of the Apocalypse". If you like British comedy, this should be part of your collection. Along with the rest of the series.
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