Zero One (1962)

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Zero One (1962)

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Zero One was a detective series produced jointly by the BBC and MGM Television. The show, which had a three-year run, airing 39 black-and-white episodes from 1962-1965, focused on the adventures of Alan Garnett, the head of an airport's Airline Security. The series was based on cases and experiences of real life airline detective Donald Fish.

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  • The adventures of the head of "Zero One", a fictitious international agency based in London providing security for the world's airlines and airports.

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    This was the first and last time MGM made a TV series in Britain, and it was a major flop - there was just the one series, made in 1962, but it was soon clear that viewers weren't enthused; it was a pretty dumb show (albeit enjoyably so, for those nostalgically inclined) and rather cheap-looking. The 39 episodes, intended to be shown consecutively, were eventually spaced out over nearly three years, later schedulings seeming almost random. The boss of MGM's British office, Lawrence P. Bachmann, produced it at the studio's lavishly-appointed Borehamwood Studios. By the early 70s, the Hollywood bosses had closed down their British operation entirely, and the studio was sold off.moreless

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