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Just in case the existing answer isn't right - it's not clear if it got a TV broadcast in the US - there were at least 2 previous US productions of "Zero Hour" for TV. (I have no way to tell if they may have been rebroadcast in subsequent years.) The NBC series "Lights Out" aired "Zero Hour" (Season 3, Ep. 48) in 1951. The episode summary describes it as: ...


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This is Lavender Castle, produced by Gerry Anderson, who also did Thunderbirds. Lavender Castle is a place of mystery and legend, fabled throughout the universe, a floating city of light, a place of peace, harmony and all the things that have ever been dreamt of. It is the centre of the universe and the greatest source of power - should it be destroyed, ...


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This is probably the 1978 Korean cartoon Goldwing as per Sci-fi anime about guy who finds dying alien and gets transformation power through somersault Young shy orphan Hyun lives with Professor Lee, who is designing a giant flying robot to help mankind. One day, Hyun comes across a badly wounded alien who crashed in a ravine, and he helps the humanoid ...


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WorldCat shows two video productions (or maybe it's just one production cataloged two different ways) that would better fit the dating. It's not clear that it/they were also shown on televsion, but I'd imagine that was quite possible. Title: Zero hour. Author(s): Bradbury, Ray,; 1920-2012. Chaffee, Darlene. Publication: Santa Monica, Calif. : BFA ...


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I googled the phrase "time travel disaster tourist movie" and the second hit is for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrill_Seekers_(film) which seems to match your description.


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Is it possible you were watching Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters? Yugi Muto (romanized as Yugi Mutou in the English-language manga) wakes up after having a strange recurring nightmares about the Pharaoh being captured by an evil monster with glowing red eyes and telling him that why he is having these dreams will become clear when he "plays the game". This ...


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It is possible that this is the show Read All About It, produced in Canada for American public television. It features three kids who get into a disused brick house, which does indeed contain a transdimensional teleportation device, built by the uncle of one of the protagonists, who used to own the house. According to Wikipedia: The show is set in the ...


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This made me think of the 1972 CBS television movie Something Evil, directed by a young Steven Spielberg. (In many ways, it feels like a early attempt at Poltergeist, which Spielberg wrote and produced.) The time period fits, and Something Evil definitely has a couple of elements mentioned in the question: There are two ...


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As per Ayrton's answer, it's Timefighters in the Land of Fantasy, aka Time Bokan (タイムボカン) for the original anime. Dr. Kieda, a somewhat wacky but intelligent scientist, has finally succeeded in inventing insect-shaped time machines called "Time Bokan". To prove its efficiency and safety, he decides to serve as the very first guinea pig for its maiden ...


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Ah, and a better match is "Calling All Creeps!", which was adapted to an episode on the Goosebumps TV show. Ricky Beamer is tortured and harassed by his schoolmates and called names. He has four enemies who are eighth-graders named Wart, Brenda, David and Jared. He is on the school newspaper, which is called Harding Herald. The head of the school ...


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You may be looking for Are You Afraid of the Dark episode, "Tale of the Hatchling" A vehicle pulls through the gates of a boarding school called "The Black Brook School" supposedly one of the best boarding schools around. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson who had to go away on business for six months thought it was the best place for their children, Augie and Jasmine "...


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Could this be The Tomorrow People (1973), specifically the episode "The Medusa Strain: Part 2" which features teleportation, a trip to the tower of London and various hijinks that ensue. As Stephen and Carol discover the world caught in a time-freeze, they hear Peter's telepathic cry for help. Jaunting to the Tower of London, they find Rabowski ...


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This might be the 1987 short "The Price of Life" which I found referenced on the Wikipedia page for "In Time" (2011). I have never heard of this, so I'm just going to quote the Wikipedia summary: The basic premise of the film is that a time account is physically linked to every infant at birth, with death automatic when the balance drops to zero. An ...


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From https://www.studiodaily.com/2019/06/good-omens-dp-gavin-finney-earthly-otherwordly-camera-delights/ about the cinematography: We laughed during every single take of that scene because what Michael Sheen was doing with the dance was so glorious.


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Unfortunately, Amazon has made a dog's breakfast of Doctor Who, splitting up random Tennant episodes and the Christmas Specials into separate "shows" that should not be separate, splitting out various other miscellaneous items and combining them with unrelated materials, and even putting seasons in the wrong order. There is no difference between "the David ...


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