Space Precinct

Season 1 Episode 12

Two Against The Rock

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Aired Monday 11:30 PM Feb 06, 1995 on
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While transporting a prisoner to the space prison known as the Rock, Officers Haldane and Castle come across a plot to release a notorious ganglord.

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    Jerome Willis

    Jerome Willis

    Capt. Rexton Podly

    Ted Shackelford

    Ted Shackelford

    Lt. Patrick Brogan

    Richard James

    Richard James

    Off. Hubble Orrin

    Gary Martin

    Gary Martin

    the voice of Slomo

    Rob Youngblood

    Rob Youngblood

    Officer Jackson "Jack" Haldane

    Lou Hirsch

    Lou Hirsch

    Off. Silas Romek

    Stephen Greif

    Stephen Greif

    Eric Volker

    Guest Star

    Danny Webb

    Danny Webb

    Wyndham 'Houdini' Derrit

    Guest Star

    Ray Winstone

    Ray Winstone

    Convict # 1

    Guest Star

    Wayne Forester

    Wayne Forester

    Regular Guest/Smike

    Recurring Role

    Ken Whitfield

    Ken Whitfield

    Warden Bronkov

    Recurring Role

    Will Barton

    Will Barton

    Cranston / Ariset Gagnon

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • One of the convicts, played by Ray Winstone, has a different voice in some scenes (this is due to him being dubbed by Wayne Forester in some scenes, while others were left with Winstone's own voice).

      • While in his office discussing the take over on the Rock, Podly has to be reminded of Gagnon's former associates at the prison, yet he'd not long earlier had a conversation with Gagnon about those exact people and Gagnon's delight at being reunited with them.

      • As Houdini physically attacks the two convicts in the cruiser hanger bay, the rifle carried by the human convict can be seen to bounce at least several iches off the wall and later spins when kicked. This would suggest that the gun was extremely light, certainly not what you'd expect from such a weapon.

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    • NOTES (7)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Rock asteriod prison in this episode and it's title is a reference to the prison island of Alcatraz, located in the middle of San Francisco Bay in California, USA. It too is known as "The Rock".

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