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Gerald Harper ...
Adam Adamant
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Georgina Jones
Jack May ...
William E. Simms
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Philip Anthony ...
Reporter
Edward Brayshaw ...
Gladwin
Basil Dignam ...
Baker
Peter Ducrow ...
The Face
Bob Godfrey ...
Roach
Humphrey Heathcote ...
Reporter
Ric Hutton ...
Maydew
Billy John ...
Hudson
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Lady Lydia
Ian McKay ...
Beddoes
Fred McNaughton ...
Livingstone
Jack Phillips ...
Waiter
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4 February 1967 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Double Jeopardy For Adam
3 August 2007 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

A discredited academic named Farnley is hired to impersonate Adam Adamant in order to destroy his reputation by assassinating a visiting African President.

Bored with 1966, the real Adam tries to recapture something of his past by joining the 100 Club, a secret society for those obsessed with the Victorian Era. Little does he know that the club is a front for The Face's criminal organization...

Name me an action series that hasn't done a 'double' plot at some time or other. Whilst not particularly outstanding, this Jon Pennington scripted episode has some nice imaginative touches, including Adam's delight at being back in his own era ( or rather a recreation of same ), and that dastardly fiend The Face showing Farnley a home movie of his predecessor being buried alive. Heh, heh, heh!

A pre-'Upstairs, Downstairs' Jean Marsh plays 'Lady Lydia', while animator Bob Godfrey ( who gave the world 'Roobarb' and 'Henry's Cat' ) is seen as 'Roach'.

Sadly, this is one of several 'Adam Adamant Lives' episodes no longer in existence, but you can read the script on the D.V.D. release.


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