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Chockys Challenge
  • Description

    The concluding series in the classic 80s children’s trilogy, based on the original novel by science-fiction author, John Wyndham.

    Albertine (Annabel Worrell) joins forces with Chocky’s other children from around the globe, facing unwanted attention from the military and rival academics as they strive to uncover the secret of cosmic energy.

    Special Features:

    Q&A With Glynis Brooks (the voice of Chocky)
    Image Gallery

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Annabel Worrell
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Revelation Films

Chockys Challenge

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  • Description

    The concluding series in the classic 80s children’s trilogy, based on the original novel by science-fiction author, John Wyndham.

    Albertine (Annabel Worrell) joins forces with Chocky’s other children from around the globe, facing unwanted attention from the military and rival academics as they strive to uncover the secret of cosmic energy.

    Special Features:

    Q&A With Glynis Brooks (the voice of Chocky)
    Image Gallery

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Annabel Worrell
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Revelation Films

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Chocky's Challenge

As a low budget piece of 80s sci-fi, made at a time when this was no longer what British TV seemed to do, my expectations were not high, particularly as it was a series written to television after the original source book by John Wyndham had already been dramatised. I was pleasently surprised by how enjoyable it was. Whilst not in any way a great piece of television, it was six episodes of engaging and surprisingly well acted fun. Well worth watching.

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