I know we're off topic, but what the hell, the crack's good. Invaders has just finished its run on TV, so much did I
enjoy it, both series were promptly ordered from Amazon, to keep company with the other classic TV like outer limits, thriller, twilight
zone etc. I find this stuff very repeatable, especially at bedtime. As for 16mm prints, I am sure I've seen Night Gallery on US ebay, the Outer Limits frequently pop up, odd episodes of Invaders, Lost in Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, many are red, but sometimes odd prints are okay colour. Even episodes of Hammer House of Horror have turned up on 16mm recently. I think with me, it revives the schoolboy memories of relating the fantastic scenes and stories the following day with friends, but again, these were TV shows with some
great writing. One series, non science fiction that I liked was "The Long Hot Summer" again with Roy Thinnes, based on the Paul Newman
film of the same name, but I think it was copied onto B/W stock to prevent repeats. Very strange. Summing up, any episode of the above
shows beats ID to death. just looking at Doug's superb model, imagine it with "the electronic ticking" from the film played in the background, quite a chilling set up.