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FX: Series 1 (1997)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5014138302979
Released: 27th March 2006
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 6
Catalogue No: CCTV30297
Category: Television, Telefantasy
Format: DVD / Box Set
FX: Series 1 (1997) (Box Set) (Retail / Rental)

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Film information

Based on: The 1986 feature 'FX - Murder By Illusion'

Story: All 22 episodes from the first season of the crime drama series, starring Cameron Daddo as special effects wizard Rollie Tyler and Christina Cox as his assistant Angie Ramirez, as they use their technical skills to help NYPD detective Leo McCarthy (Kevin Dobson) bring down some of the city's toughest criminals. In this series, Rollie has to trick a terrorist into believing his bomb has gone off so he can find the location of the real device, and Angie tracks down the killer of her UFO-obsessed best friend, revealing a deadly military conspiracy to transport stolen plutonium. Episodes are: 'The Illusion (Part 1)'; 'The Illusion (Part 2)'; 'Zero Hour'; 'High Risk'; 'Payback'; 'The Ring'; 'Dingo'; 'White Light'; 'The Brotherhood'; 'French Kiss'; 'Eye of the Dragon'; 'Target'; 'Supernote'; 'Medea'; 'Shivaree'; 'Gemini'; 'Double Image'; 'Quicksilver'; 'Get Fast'; 'Bad Influence'; 'Reunion'; and 'Script Doctor'.

Starring: Cameron Daddo, Christina Cox, Richard Waugh, Jason Blicker, Dagmar Buse, Kevin Dobson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Kim Coates, John Spencer, Michael Ironside

Produced by: Stephen Downing, Jay Firestone

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Cinema Club

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