History Series / AForAndromeda

9th Apr '16 6:50:42 PM JackG
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-->'''Translator:''' "Intel."

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-->'''Translator:''' "Intel."[[TranslationYes Intel]]."
9th Apr '16 6:45:09 PM JackG
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* DeathFromAbove: Britain finds itself being overflown by satellite bombs launched by an unknown power, and uses the computer to design a rocket capable of shooting them down.

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* DeathFromAbove: Britain finds itself being overflown by satellite bombs launched by an [[HammerAndSickleRemovedForYourProtection unknown power, power]], and uses the computer to design a rocket capable of shooting them down.
27th Jul '14 9:15:21 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BackedByThePentagon: The British army provided a pursuit launch, a helicopter and a military base for various shots.



* MissingEpisode: Most of "A for Andromeda", as episodes weren't taped by the BBC in those days. Averted with the sequel.



* TheOtherMarty: Director Michael Hayes advised the BBC to sign Julie Christie up for the sequel before she became a big star; he was ignored and the role had to be recast for "Breakthrough".
12th Jan '14 8:55:34 AM LongLiveHumour
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* ImproperlyPlacedFirearms: The British soldiers who recapture Fleming carry WorldWarTwo Lee Enfield bolt-action rifles and a German [=MP40=] submachine gun (the soldiers in the first serial are correctly armed with [=L1A1=] self-loading rifles).

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* ImproperlyPlacedFirearms: The British soldiers who recapture Fleming carry WorldWarTwo UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo Lee Enfield bolt-action rifles and a German [=MP40=] submachine gun (the soldiers in the first serial are correctly armed with [=L1A1=] self-loading rifles).
31st Aug '13 10:58:06 PM Odon
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* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: The radio message warns that without intervention most intelligent life destroys itself, and the computer tries to set up a world dictatorship to avert this.

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* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: The radio message warns that without intervention [[InYourNatureToDestroyYourselves most intelligent life destroys itself, itself]], and the computer tries to set up a world dictatorship to avert this.
31st Aug '13 10:51:49 PM Odon
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-->'''Andromeda:''' "Yes."

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-->'''Andromeda:''' "Yes."[[BluntYes Yes]]."
31st Aug '13 10:47:49 PM Odon
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* HollywoodSilencer: The bowler-hatted Intel assassin uses a .25 Beretta with a miniscule silencer that makes so little sound it can be covered by a camera flash.

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* HollywoodSilencer: The bowler-hatted Intel assassin uses a .25 Beretta with a miniscule silencer that makes so little sound it can be [[CacophonyCoverUp covered by a camera flash.flash]].
6th Apr '12 2:00:53 PM MarkLungo
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* FairForItsDay: As part of its depiction of the near future, women are cast in traditionally male roles such as security agent Judy Adamson, biologist Madeline Dawnay, and Intel director Mlle Gamboule.
6th Apr '12 1:59:44 PM MarkLungo
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6th Apr '12 1:59:09 PM MarkLungo
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* FunWithForeignLanguages / BastardlySpeech: When Kaufman announces that Intel has effectively taken over Azaran, the translator shows his disapproval by talking loudly over him. Also this scene:

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* FunWithForeignLanguages / BastardlySpeech: FunWithForeignLanguages[=/=]BastardlySpeech: When Kaufman announces that Intel has effectively taken over Azaran, the translator shows his disapproval by talking loudly over him. Also this scene:
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