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Red Dwarf (1992)

| Comedy, Sci-Fi | TV Movie
The adventures of the last human on earth, an evolved cat, a hologram and a senile computer stuck three million years in deep space.

Director:

Jeff Melman

Writers:

Rob Grant (creator), Doug Naylor (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Craig Bierko ... Dave Lister
Chris Eigeman ... Arnold Rimmer
Jane Leeves ... Holly
Hinton Battle ... The Cat
Robert Llewellyn ... Kryten
Lorraine Toussaint ... Captain Tau
Elizabeth Morehead ... Christine Kochanski
Michael Heintzman Michael Heintzman ... 1st Officer Munson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terry Farrell ... Cat (second version)
Anthony Fusco ... Arnold Rimmer (second version)
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The adventures of the last human on earth, an evolved cat, a hologram and a senile computer stuck three million years in deep space.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

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Trivia

Craig Bierko and Chris Eigeman coincidentally have the same first names as the actors who originated their roles: Craig Charles and Chris Barrie. See more »

Quotes

Kryten: He evolved from cats, sir, just as your distant ancestors once swung from trees.
Arnold Rimmer: Ancestors? His grandparents swung from trees.
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Alternate Versions

After the pilot was rejected by NBC, a second pilot was made. Not a complete episode, it is a combination of scenes from the original pilot, scenes from the BBC series, and new scenes which slightly retooled the cast. See more »

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References Dark Star (1974) See more »

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Better dead that this Smeg *nods*
5 March 2003 | by deadbydaySee all my reviews

*this is the REAL pilot not the 15 min promo with female cat*

After watching this pile of drivel I was one step from cracking the VCD in my hand so that i could symbolically kill at least one of the copies of it.

The acting is at best ... questionable. And at worse...? well there was more life in a "dawn of the dead" zombie.

The script is almost identical to "the end" with a few changes for the american market (baseball cards etc)... but somehow it dont seem ...right. the canned laughter as well makes it a chore to watch.

Still Robert Llewellyn is (and always will be) a gem to watch.....and Jane Leeves makes a fine holly (all be it her British accent sometimes...just sometimes comes through ..making u think u are back watching the UK series).

Havent seen the promo 15 mins that was made after this...but have seen pictures of Terri Farrell in a cat suit..so its not a complete loss I would think...

(acctually on reflection it would be bad....Red dwarf was mostly about a man..who has lost his only true love 3 million years ago and will never see female company again..so to have a female character would be pointless)


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